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Posted by Schnee/">Schnee on July 2, 1998 07:43:30 UTC

I see what you are saying, I have been, well, working on I guess, something a bit different. What I want to do is mainly do what a jet engine does with it's chemical reactants. But instead of chemical reactants, I'd be using space-time. I would force the space-time plane to curve into my so called engine and then to be expeled out the rear at a greater angle than it was introduced into the engine. It makes a lot more sense if I could draw it out for you. But in order for me to curve this into the engine, I would need the power of a black hole or two and a strong enough material so that it wouldn't rip apart under those conditions. I think your idea would be easier, heh, we can already make anitmatter, well, we can't really store it though.

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