Warp drives: Physicists give chances of faster-than-light space travel a boost

Aug 14, 2020
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One thing Mario Borunda apparently didn't think of. That is according to Relativity in order to go 10 meters across a room, period(!), you have to contract a bubble of space-time forward of you. In order to just move, period(!), according to Relativity, you have to contract a bubble of space-time forward of you. It's no big deal as a matter of physics to raise what we, and everything else that moves, must do all the time to the level of traveling planet to planet, star to star, galaxy to galaxy.

Now the means of doing it, planet to planet, star to star, or galaxy to galaxy, is something else entirely. The physic though, again, is only too common to literally everything that moves, has ever moved, or will ever move. The physic itself, in fact, was never a problem and will never be a problem. Just ask one of those UFO aliens so talked about these days if you can catch one.
 
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