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Posted by Kyle on June 16, 2005 22:34:06 UTC

We can easily make a long trip. All we have to do is use the idea from the movies and creat a central engine core and a rotating habitat. The centripital force would create a kind of pseudo-gravity. It would work. It's like tossing a ball up and down on an airplane. The ball is inside the plane's "sphere of inertia" as I like to call it, so the ball goes straight up, then straight back down again, relatively speaking.

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