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Nasa Starts Development of Warp Drive

Asmodae (1155077) writes | more than 2 years ago


Asmodae (1155077) writes "Gizmodo has an article that reports on NASA scientist working to create and detect a warp field. The first experiment is small, a simple proof of existence. But he thinks it will work, and take dramatically less energy than previously calculated."
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Beam Me Up Scottie! (1)

Generators Houston (2732535) | more than 2 years ago | (#41365381)

I love hearing about stuff like this. I just hope we get to use this cool stuff in our lifetimes. Surely Nasa won't keep all of this for themselves :/

This is a very preliminary, low-level experiment (1)

RocketAcademy (2708739) | more than 2 years ago | (#41371217)

I heard a presentation on this when I was in Houston the other day. Dr. White explicitly asked people not to overhype the significance of this experiment. But it's Gizmodo, so of course, they do just the opposite.
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