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Gravity Drive

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Posted by Schnee/">Schnee on July 1, 1998 12:58:35 UTC

Yes, that is what I meant by saying a gravity drive, something that would warp space, and time, around it so that you can go REAL fast without the aging parodox. Because, going as fast or faster than the speed of light is really pointless if when you return 10,000 years have passed by on earth. How would you use matter/anti-matter interactions to create one? That is kind of intruiging, the only engine that I thought was possible from anti-matter/matter was one in which they just enialate each other, and that will only get someone moving about 1/2 the speed of light if that....and you still have to worry about the aging parodox....how would one make a gravity drive?

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