Sunday, December 11, 2005

NASA and Warp Drives: The Future is Coming

If you have a hankering to know what's keeping us from building Spacecraft that travel faster than the speed of light (approximately186,000 miles per second) why not start with NASA. In fact, they have a whole list of current theories, plausibility models and real science taking place right now to solve the problem. Check it out here.

But be warned, it's a whole trickier than it looks on television, and it involves doing things that just a few short years were considered impossible by physicists worldwide.
Of course, 10 years ago few people knew what e-mail was, SpaceShipOne wasn't even on the drawing board and cell phones weighed more than an unabridged dictionary. So, who knows what tomorrow may bring...

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