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#10 - We have that saying here in my country that would be literaly … 10 minutes ago on Don't trust a fart +1
#62 - So, real life "War Games", except no nuclear war and… 6 hours ago on Tumblr fucks up 0
#9 - Deathbulge? With normal hair? What the **** ?  [+] (2 new replies) 23 hours ago on doesn't matter, had swag +25
User avatar #10 - leonhardt (20 hours ago) [-]
Did you miss the skellyman
User avatar #16 - karaoke (12 hours ago) [-]
Nevermind the skelly, take a closer look at those brows.
#82 - technology itself would be a huge step. All I mean that this a…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/27/2015 on NASA may have accidentally... 0
User avatar #173 - cmkpower (17 hours ago) [-]
The previous prediction was that it would be 70 years until a usable warp drive is invented. If this discovery is correct it might reduce the time by 10 years or so.
#326 - fefe (7 hours ago) [-]
All that matters to me is that I might see FTL travel within my lifetime.
#250 - fefe (11 hours ago) [-]
If it even gets funding.
#16 - Minecraft community is huge. Modding is integral part of it. B… 04/27/2015 on Burn +8
#77 - Well, this is not the first time we accidentally created a war…  [+] (5 new replies) 04/27/2015 on NASA may have accidentally... 0
User avatar #81 - greyhoundfd (04/27/2015) [-]
It's not the first time we thought we've created a warp bubble. While this isn't necessarily a solid guarantee that we've found it (atmospheric interference and whatnot) every time this happens it's a distinct possibility. Plus, we know that negative energy exists, so the only barrier to creating an Alcubierre drive is finding out how to effectively gather negative energy. Even just developing one successful warp drive is an enormous step. I can't even describe how massive it would be. The major barrier to the development of space habitation and other things right now is the fact that you need to budget the materials you bring with you based on the amount of fuel you use. An effective warp drive would effectively eliminate any need for budgeting materials. You could practically build a space station on the ground and then just warp it into space. Assuming radiation is only a minor problem, you could warp what is practically just a room with an oxygen supply between planets as a method of transporting people. It's a leap for mankind that makes the invention of Concrete look like the segway. It's a huge step.
User avatar #82 - ledd (04/27/2015) [-]
technology itself would be a huge step. All I mean that this accident is a small step. It doesnt guarantee anything and even if it turns out to be true, I can bet long time will pass before we polish it enough to make it usable
User avatar #173 - cmkpower (17 hours ago) [-]
The previous prediction was that it would be 70 years until a usable warp drive is invented. If this discovery is correct it might reduce the time by 10 years or so.
#326 - fefe (7 hours ago) [-]
All that matters to me is that I might see FTL travel within my lifetime.
#250 - fefe (11 hours ago) [-]
If it even gets funding.
#74 - I really doubt people will care about hiroshima in whatever ti…  [+] (7 new replies) 04/27/2015 on NASA may have accidentally... 0
User avatar #76 - greyhoundfd (04/27/2015) [-]
Given the fact that we've possibly discovered how to make a warp bubble less than 100 years since the dawn of the space race, I see Hiroshima and Nagasaki still being very relevant when we have those sorts of possibilities.
User avatar #77 - ledd (04/27/2015) [-]
Well, this is not the first time we accidentally created a warp bubble. It's yet another accident with it, and obviously it gets us closer to it, since every another accident is a chance for a solution that will actually work. We have a lot of technologies that we thought about years years ago and we still try to develop. This discovery might be the first step to warp drives but it will probably take so long we won't see much of it.
User avatar #81 - greyhoundfd (04/27/2015) [-]
It's not the first time we thought we've created a warp bubble. While this isn't necessarily a solid guarantee that we've found it (atmospheric interference and whatnot) every time this happens it's a distinct possibility. Plus, we know that negative energy exists, so the only barrier to creating an Alcubierre drive is finding out how to effectively gather negative energy. Even just developing one successful warp drive is an enormous step. I can't even describe how massive it would be. The major barrier to the development of space habitation and other things right now is the fact that you need to budget the materials you bring with you based on the amount of fuel you use. An effective warp drive would effectively eliminate any need for budgeting materials. You could practically build a space station on the ground and then just warp it into space. Assuming radiation is only a minor problem, you could warp what is practically just a room with an oxygen supply between planets as a method of transporting people. It's a leap for mankind that makes the invention of Concrete look like the segway. It's a huge step.
User avatar #82 - ledd (04/27/2015) [-]
technology itself would be a huge step. All I mean that this accident is a small step. It doesnt guarantee anything and even if it turns out to be true, I can bet long time will pass before we polish it enough to make it usable
User avatar #173 - cmkpower (17 hours ago) [-]
The previous prediction was that it would be 70 years until a usable warp drive is invented. If this discovery is correct it might reduce the time by 10 years or so.
#326 - fefe (7 hours ago) [-]
All that matters to me is that I might see FTL travel within my lifetime.
#250 - fefe (11 hours ago) [-]
If it even gets funding.
#63 - Sound like something humans would develop for space dominance.…  [+] (10 new replies) 04/27/2015 on NASA may have accidentally... +5
User avatar #73 - greyhoundfd (04/27/2015) [-]
Yeah, it's a pretty obvious design for a missile. The problem is obviously the amount of expense that would go into designing something like this, and the public perception of any sort of weapon based on that design. After the events of Nagasaki and Hiroshima at the end of World War Two, I wouldn't be surprised if a lot of people were wary about designing new weapons of mass destruction for anything but a last resort.
#325 - fefe (7 hours ago) [-]
I don't think that would even be a problem, because of how easy it would be to keep people from knowing about it at all since it would be happening so far away.
User avatar #74 - ledd (04/27/2015) [-]
I really doubt people will care about hiroshima in whatever time this sort of technology will be available on.
User avatar #76 - greyhoundfd (04/27/2015) [-]
Given the fact that we've possibly discovered how to make a warp bubble less than 100 years since the dawn of the space race, I see Hiroshima and Nagasaki still being very relevant when we have those sorts of possibilities.
User avatar #77 - ledd (04/27/2015) [-]
Well, this is not the first time we accidentally created a warp bubble. It's yet another accident with it, and obviously it gets us closer to it, since every another accident is a chance for a solution that will actually work. We have a lot of technologies that we thought about years years ago and we still try to develop. This discovery might be the first step to warp drives but it will probably take so long we won't see much of it.
User avatar #81 - greyhoundfd (04/27/2015) [-]
It's not the first time we thought we've created a warp bubble. While this isn't necessarily a solid guarantee that we've found it (atmospheric interference and whatnot) every time this happens it's a distinct possibility. Plus, we know that negative energy exists, so the only barrier to creating an Alcubierre drive is finding out how to effectively gather negative energy. Even just developing one successful warp drive is an enormous step. I can't even describe how massive it would be. The major barrier to the development of space habitation and other things right now is the fact that you need to budget the materials you bring with you based on the amount of fuel you use. An effective warp drive would effectively eliminate any need for budgeting materials. You could practically build a space station on the ground and then just warp it into space. Assuming radiation is only a minor problem, you could warp what is practically just a room with an oxygen supply between planets as a method of transporting people. It's a leap for mankind that makes the invention of Concrete look like the segway. It's a huge step.
User avatar #82 - ledd (04/27/2015) [-]
technology itself would be a huge step. All I mean that this accident is a small step. It doesnt guarantee anything and even if it turns out to be true, I can bet long time will pass before we polish it enough to make it usable
User avatar #173 - cmkpower (17 hours ago) [-]
The previous prediction was that it would be 70 years until a usable warp drive is invented. If this discovery is correct it might reduce the time by 10 years or so.
#326 - fefe (7 hours ago) [-]
All that matters to me is that I might see FTL travel within my lifetime.
#250 - fefe (11 hours ago) [-]
If it even gets funding.
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User avatar #6 - ledd ONLINE (02/08/2015) [-]
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