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How to comunicate Faster-Than-Light

higuita (129722) writes | about a year ago

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higuita (129722) writes "With faster technologies showing up everyday, people need to prepare in advance the problems of faster-than-light communication. The main problem is that packages will arrive to the destination before they are sent, forcing a huge redesign of most protocols. Read here the first draft RFC. Any network expert is free to help fine tune this draft."
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hnn (1)

WGFCrafty (1062506) | about a year ago | (#43333979)

Aren't there particles that stay in sync.at any distance? Maybe I'm wrong...

first post... (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#43334077)

...sent by FTL communication

hello from the future

this comment was posted before FTL communication was even developed

spock and scotty pass on their congratulations in taking the first steps

live long and prosper

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