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- Published On: 2022-04-03 20:45:00
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Remember Flash? I am sure whoever watched this DC Superhero in action, always wanted to attain power like him. Superfast. Even faster than the light. But in reality the laws of physics don’t allow us to go beyond the speed of light. But Is traveling faster than light possible in the cosmic world? Well, There is a concept that apparently indicates the possibility to attain Godspeed. We are talking about The Warp drive. Spacetime is defined by the Alcubierre metric. It’s a Lorentzian manifold that, when interpreted in terms of general relativity, permits a warp bubble to arise in previously flat spacetime and accelerate away at nearly the speed of light. It would take 2.5 million light-years to go to Andromeda, our nearest large galaxy. Even if humanity were able to build a ship that could travel faster than light, our options for travel would be limited. So, we have to think of
something out of the box.
#warpbubble #warpdrive #alcubierre
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