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|#82 - I was only joking I look for help sometimes too||05/02/2015 on Horrible Games||0|
|#23 - Now i'm all for this but even at the speed of light doesn't it… [+] (10 new replies)||05/01/2015 on Science motherfucker!||0|
#90 - klldarkness (05/02/2015) [-]
However, OP, and his source, are completely shit at explaining what is actually happening here.
Fact #1. EM drive was invented in 2009. With 2500 watts of power, it produces 1HP of thrust. It currently breaks our understanding of the law of thermodynamics.
Fact #2. It was NOT built by Nasa.
Fact #3. A model of the EM drive was being tested by Nasa, in an attempt to figure out HOW it produces thrust.
They shined lasers through a running EM drive.
The sensors on the other end, which were calibrated from a base line, while the machine was off, read the time taken from laser on, to hitting the sensor, as .01E^15 of a second.
With the EM drive on, from laser on, to hitting the sensor, it took .01E^14.7 of a second.
It took longer. Which means it was traveling a distance greater, on the second try, than the first. The laser did NOT change speed.
This means, that space inside of the EM drive, is being warped.
What this means, is that if the vacuum test works, space is being warped inside the EM drive.
Einstein bosen theory of special relativity, states that nothing can go faster than the speed of light, because it has mass. To accelerate anything with, would require E=MC^2 worth of energy.
Space, does not have mass. It is nothing.
However, when you warp space, compressing behind an object, and expanding ahead, you can move a section of space from one spot to another, at speeds greater than C(Speed of light), given enough energy, and time.
That time is dependent on the power.
What this means, is that the EM drive, is forming the first, functional warp bubble.
If we twist that bubble into a donut at the 0- degree mark, it takes 1/100th the energy to maintain.
A nuclear power plant, the size of a small pickup, would produce enough power to move an object x^4 times the size, to C(Speed of light) in less than 20 minutes. As the object isn't moving, but space is, mass is conserved, there is no loss.
The correct amount of power, applied to the right sized warp bubble, could move the space shuttle atlantis to upwards of C50. 50 times the speed of light. So something 50 light years away, can be gotten to in just a year, give or take possible acceleration, and deceleration.
The EM drive, however, is still important for reasons other than the warp bubble aspect. As all it needs is power to create thrust, it can be used to extreme acceleration without accelerant. No fuel. A fission or fusion power plant, could give almost infinite acceleration to smaller ships, running an EM drive. Ever wanted a person space ship like in Elite Dangerous, the Jetsons, or anything like that? The EM drive is the first, most important step.
#49 - anonymous (05/01/2015) [-]
In a true WARP drive (BTW they're planning on making one too) time dilation does not occur. Instead you move on a timespace "wave" in a bubble of sort. The ship in effect doesn't really move (within a space that it occupies), space moves with it therefore time is exactly the same. Yeah, just like in star trek. even the name of the drive is the same and proposed first concept warp ship is named...IXS Enterprise.
#47 - anonymous (05/01/2015) [-]
Andromeda is roughly 5-6 million light years away from the milky way thus relative to Earth it would take 6 million jews years going at the speed of light to reach that galaxy. However due to time dilation the traveler would experience about 50 years of travel.
#29 - flyslasher (05/01/2015) [-]
Going at the speed of light has more effects than just your speed. For one it causes space to become shorter:
There are special particles made when sunlight hits the top of the atmosphere. They fly at the speed of light through earth and scientists are able to detect them. The problem is they don't exist long enough for them to be able to travel that far even at the speed of light; the only explanation is that they contract space around them.
But traveling at the speed of light isn't where it's at. What should be done is the special drive that can warp space around us and thus time is still respectively the same!
#81 - tarfyki (05/02/2015) [-]
they're also looking at Alpha Centauri (next closest solar system). It would take 92-130 years using the method they've discovered or invented or whatever to get there
#50 - anonymous (05/01/2015) [-]
Nah. IF warp drive works then speed 10x of light speed is archievable because calculations for such version already exist. They didn't know IF it would work and how exactly to bend timespace but energy demands for such version are already calculated and are far smaller than thought before. So yeah. Alpha Centauri and many more places are archevable in our lifetime if it works. And seems it does. At least EM drive warps space beyond doubt.
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#11 - celerant (05/02/2015) [-]
The egg will freeze around -1 degrees Celsius but for it to freeze instantly the temperature would likely have to be far lower. For example, it will take around 6 minutes for an egg to cool to the temperature of liquid nitrogen(when submerged), which is -210 degrees Celsius. And as I am not knowledgeable enough about thermodynamics and the general lack of data about eggs freezing, I cannot answer your question exactly, other than that the temperature is likely much much lower then that which you might encounter on the wall of someones house,and thus, you will probably never find out firsthand.
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#66 - anonymous (05/01/2015) [-]
But that still won't make me stop from cringing
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#21 - totallytito (05/01/2015) [-]
Peanut is probably just joking.
He puts all this effort, and is actively subscribed to this channel.
I like his sense of humor.
Also, I'd refrain from using MLP reaction pics on SU content.
Everybody is "post MLP/11" paranoid and are desparate to latch SU onto MLP or anything bad.
These hipsters just don't know how to cope with things becoming popular.