spacessj wrote:LoL the description of a cruiser in the manual
Why are there no cap ships artificial planetesque things
IVhorseman wrote:Issac Asimov had a sci fi story where FTL was achieved by converting regular matter into Tachyons, and then converting back. what i find interesting from this is that tachyons require VERY low energy to keep up a high speed. in fact, the same amount of energy would be required to go 30mph as would... whatever the equivalent FTL velocity of a tachyon would be.
multi-dimensional physics is an interesting concept, but how would one possibly go through a dimension if 3 dimensional objects can't exist in the nth dimension? it's impossible to have a two, one, or no dimensional object in this dimension because everything has at least SOME width and height, even if only an atom wide/tall. nothing one, two or zero dimensional can exist in known space, so how could a three dimensional object connect two points on a different dimensional plane?
Boomer wrote:It's just not impossible yet.
IVhorseman wrote:no, but we know how it WON'T work.
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