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irishspirit
21st January 2011, 15:10
http://news.discovery.com/tech/2010/01/21/hyperspace-278x225.jpg Is it possible to travel at seven-hundred-million miles an hour?


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Weíre going to step into the middle of a nifty science and engineering controversy.

Today. On Engineering Works! Listen to the podcast (http://engineeringworks.tamu.edu/index.php/2010/hyperspace-travel/).


If youíve ever taken a physics course, you know that nothing can go faster than the speed of light, 186,000 miles a second. Seven-hundred-million miles an hour.



Everything physicists know says you canít go faster. But some physicists and engineers think they can do an end run around the speed-of-light limit.


They say that ideas developed about 50 years ago by a German scientist named Burkhard Heim suggest that we could use a very strong magnetic field to push spacecraft into another dimension. A dimension where the physical laws that make the speed of light as fast as anything can go donít exist.


http://news.discovery.com/tech/travel-mars-three-hours.html

Etherios
21st January 2011, 19:21
1 more step towards disclosure???

slipknotted
21st January 2011, 19:42
i just know its posible i dont think it would even take 3 hours maybe 5 mins may less and without a ship the secret ships they bend time and space, wish we could see that in person the boys working on that stuff have it made.

irishspirit
21st January 2011, 20:23
i just know its posible i dont think it would even take 3 hours maybe 5 mins may less and without a ship the secret ships they bend time and space, wish we could see that in person the boys working on that stuff have it made.


What about the Mars transportation device we have heard about? Or the Stargate to Mars we have heard about. Done in a second.