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The original Star Trek series introduced the concept of the “warp drive” for faster-than-light interstellar travel. Then, in 1994, a physicist by the name of Miguel Alcubierre proposed a solution of Einstein’s general relativity field equations that might, in theory, … Continue reading
The jump drive is a faster-than-light propulsion concept that is similar to the idea of teleportation over vast distances. This concept was first suggested in science fiction stories written by Isaac Asimov and Robert Heinlein. More recently, Dr. Takaaki Musha, … Continue reading
An innovative method of propulsion for interstellar space probes (although not as advanced as warp drive or nuclear fusion rockets) Scientist Invents New ‘Light Sail’ That Could Speed-Up Space Travel, Help Reach Closest Star to Sun by Tim Korso | … Continue reading
Practical interstellar travel over vast distances in a short period of time may be possible because all points in space are connected. How Quantum Entanglement May Be The Key To ‘Long Distance’ Space Travel by Arjun Walia | Collective Evolution … Continue reading