Sci Fi fans. Do you think you will actually live to see "warp drive"? (Faster then Light) travel?

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Sci Fi fans. Do you think you will actually live to see "warp drive"? (Faster then Light) travel?

Bignuf Bignuf
The sound barrier was thought to be unbreakable. Till it was broken. Now it has been broken by a man without a plane or rocket around him!

Do you think the speed of light will also succumb to technology and if so, will you be around to see it happen?

Personally, I do think that "barrier" in physics will fall. I believe, however, it will be far into the future...far beyond my time here.

How about you?
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Quote:
Originally posted by Bignuf
The sound barrier was thought to be unbreakable. Till it was broken. Now it has been broken by a man without a plane or rocket around him!

Do you think the speed of light will also succumb to technology and if so, will you be around to see it ...
Physics, as we know it, state that the speed of light is unbreakable. Is it really? No idea.

Let's pretend for a minute that an object *can* go faster than the speed of light. If that's true, we'll probably find a way to do it, perhaps on the molecular scale. That being said, I seriously doubt we'd find a way to SAFELY travel in that way, at least not for a very, very long time.
10/16/2012
Sammi Sammi
I think it's possible, but I don't know if it'll be in my lifetime or not
10/16/2012
married with children married with children
dont think it is possible.
10/16/2012
zeebot zeebot
I don't think I know enough about physics to actually answer the question. It would be nice...
10/16/2012
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