NASA: Warp drive is 'plausible and worth further investigation' S1.E13 ...My Soul to Keep S1.E12 There's No More Room In Hell S1.E11 The Feast S1.E10 The Pain Connection S1.E9 Post-Apocalypse Now S1.E8 Two Graves S1.E7 Whistle Past the Graveyard S1.E6 We Need To Talk About Abigail S1.E5 Whatever Happened to Maggie Rennie S1.E4 The Exorcism of Marcus Moon S1.E3 The Curse of the Copper Head Road S1.E2 The Ghost in the Machine 10 Strange Things About The Universe Space The universe can be a very strange place. While groundbreaking ideas such as quantum theory, relativity and even the Earth going around the Sun might be commonly accepted now, science still continues to show that the universe contains things you might find it difficult to believe, and even more difficult to get your head around. Theoretically, the lowest temperature that can be achieved is absolute zero, exactly ? One of the properties of a negative-energy vacuum is that light actually travels faster in it than it does in a normal vacuum, something that may one day allow people to travel faster than the speed of light in a kind of negative-energy vacuum bubble. One prediction of Einstein’s theory of general relativity is that when a large object moves, it drags the space-time around it, causing nearby objects to be pulled along as well. Relativity of Simultaneity Since this extra dimension is so small, only tiny objects, such as particles, can move along it. Antimatter Retrocausality
Robert Hastings • Articles -- UFO Hovered Near Missile Launch Control Center at Minot AFB UFO Hovered Near Missile Launch Control Center at Minot AFB Retired Officer Says Several ICBMs Dropped "Off Alert" September 19, 2012 The 1966 event mentioned in the newspaper article below was apparently not the only UFO incursion at Minot's missile sites that year. Minot Daily News, Dec. 6, 1966, pg 1 Minot Daily News, Dec. 6, 1966, pg 2 On April 10, 2010, Schindele told me: My recollection of a "UFO incident", while serving in the US Air Force, has diminished with time and it has been difficult to recall some of the specific details of what I experienced. I recently asked Schindele if he had ever spoken with his former missile commander after retiring from the Air Force. Schindele's experience may or may not be related to the UFO incursion mentioned in the newspaper article above. UFO Report Minot AFB 8-25-1966 (pg 1) UFO Report Minot AFB 8-25-1966 (pg 2) UFO Report Minot AFB 8-25-1966 (pg 3) Salas' former missile commander, now-retired Col.
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Alcubierre drive Two-dimensional visualization of the Alcubierre drive, showing the opposing regions of expanding and contracting spacetime that displace the central region. The Alcubierre drive or Alcubierre metric (referring to metric tensor) is a speculative idea based on a solution of Einstein's field equations in general relativity as proposed by theoretical physicist Miguel Alcubierre, by which a spacecraft could achieve faster-than-light travel if a configurable energy-density field lower than that of vacuum (i.e. negative mass) could be created. Rather than exceeding the speed of light within its local frame of reference, a spacecraft would traverse distances by contracting space in front of it and expanding space behind it, resulting in effective faster-than-light travel. History Alcubierre metric The Alcubierre metric defines the warp-drive spacetime. Mathematics of the Alcubierre drive where is a positive definite metric on each of the hypersurfaces. and with arbitrary parameters .
New evidence that plants get their energy using quantum entanglement The fact that biological systems can exploit quantum effects is quite astounding. No it is not, not even remotely.There is literally no possible way that photosynthesis could take place without involving quantum physics. This particular exploit is really neat, of course, but far too much as been made of how mystical or ungraspable quantum physics is. Basic chemistry is defined by quantum physics. Every interaction of two particles or two molecules is the result of the laws of quantum physics. The distinction being made is that toast-making was just as explicable with continuous waves of energy being absorbed by the bread but that no such classical interpretation is possible for these new photosynthesis observations. Right? Yeah, it's always easy to come in after someone's done the hard research and go "Oh, pff. Or, you can sit back and let people admire how wild our Universe is and just how little we know about it. well now why havent all the people working on this already aware of this?
Lord Martin Rees: Aliens Fascinate Everyone, But Only Kooks See UFOs Astronomers -- the men and women who study the stars, galaxies and beyond -- have an almost universal agreement that there's nothing of scientific interest when it comes to the subject of UFOs. In fact, many professionals who gaze into the heavens actually speak about UFO sightings with disdain -- even though countless military officials, heads of state, newsmakers and commercial pilots have said they've seen unidentified flying objects. "No serious astronomer gives any credence to any of these stories," said Lord Martin Rees, the official U.K. astronomer royal. (Courtesy of Lucinda Douglas-Martin) Rees, author of the new book, "From Here To Infinity: A Vision For The Future Of Science," told The Huffington Post that, while "everyone's fascinated by aliens," he's in favor of the ongoing SETI Institute program -- the search for extraterrestrial intelligence. "We should look by all possible techniques," Rees said. "I think most astronomers would dismiss these," Rees said. Loading Slideshow
Dead stars 'to guide spacecraft' 30 March 2012Last updated at 12:28 ET By Jonathan Amos Science correspondent, BBC News, Manchester Spacecraft could one day navigate through the cosmos using a particular type of dead star as a kind of GPS. German scientists are developing a technique that allows for very precise positioning anywhere in space by picking up X-ray signals from pulsars. These dense, burnt-out stars rotate rapidly, sweeping their emission across the cosmos at rates that are so stable they rival atomic clock performance. This timing property is perfect for interstellar navigation, says the team. If a spacecraft carried the means to detect the pulses, it could compare their arrival times with those predicted at a reference location. "The principle is so simple that it will definitely have applications," said Prof Werner Becker from the Max-Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics in Garching. Prof Becker has been describing his team's research here at the UK National Astronomy Meeting in Manchester.
Assange: Facebook, Google, Yahoo are Spying Tools In Julian Assange’s exclusive interview with RT he discusses everything from the uprisings in MENA, to his extradition fight, the Guantanamo and US Cable files, his relationship with The Guardian and The New York Times, global political youth movements, the current state of mainstream media and Bradley Manning. He famously warns that social media and in particularly Facebook, Google, Yahoo are among the greatest spy machines ever invented. Once again Mr. Assange demonstrates his intelligence, authenticity and consciousness. The man behind WikiLeaks says his website’s revelations are just the tip of the iceberg. It is only a matter of time before more damaging information becomes known. "It’s not a matter of serving a subpoena, they have an interface they have developed for US Intelligence to use. Watch the full documentary now (playlist - 42 minutes)
The Warp Drive Could Become Science Fact A warp drive to achieve faster-than-light travel -- a concept popularized in television's Star Trek -- may not be as unrealistic as once thought, scientists say. A warp drive would manipulate space-time itself to move a starship, taking advantage of a loophole in the laws of physics that prevent anything from moving faster than light. A concept for a real-life warp drive was suggested in 1994 by Mexican physicist Miguel Alcubierre, however subsequent calculations found that such a device would require prohibitive amounts of energy. Now physicists say that adjustments can be made to the proposed warp drive that would enable it to run on significantly less energy, potentially bringing the idea back from the realm of science fiction into science. "There is hope," Harold "Sonny" White of NASA's Johnson Space Center said Friday (Sept. 14) at the 100 Year Starship Symposium, a meeting to discuss the challenges of interstellar spaceflight. Warping Spacetime
Can we grow a stronger-than-steel 'wonder material' to save the world? It’s stiffer than Kevlar, thinner than paper, and in a few years, it may be mass-produced using only sunlight and water. Scientists in the US this week announced a new, and potentially groundbreaking method for producing nanocellulose — a so-called "wonder material" derived from tree fiber that could be used to create ultra-thin displays, lightweight body armor, and a wide range of other products. Their key ingredient? Algae. "one of the most important discoveries in plant biology" Dr. At the core of Brown's research is a family of bacteria that produce vinegar, Kombucha tea, and nata de coco. Brown's method, by contrast, is vastly more efficient and environmentally friendly, requiring only sunlight, water, and algae. Organic, self-sustaining factories These genetically-altered algae, known as cyanobacteria, are entirely self-sustaining. The team is currently working on synthesizing a more complete and stable form of the material, though their progress is already promising.