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originally posted by: Kashai
a reply to: swanne
Can you give us an idea as to what potential ratios could exist?
By the time we reach 90% of the speed of light, for each day on board, two and a quarter days pass for an observer stationary with the respect to the Lattice. As we start tacking on nines to our velocity, time dilation becomes ever more extreme. At 0.999999 of the speed of light, almost two years pass in the Lattice for every ship's day. If we continue to accelerate to 0.99999999999999 c, for every day on board, nearly twenty thousand years pass for the observer at rest.
he UCLA team has exquisite images from the Keck Observatory on Mauna Kea. The images for spring and summer 2014 show an unresolved compact object that didn’t brighten and stuck to its orbit during the pass, as you’d expect for a dust-enshrouded star. - See more at: www.skyandtelescope.com...
originally posted by: sy.gunson
The suggestion that a massive object within the cloud passed through the hole without the emission of x-rays suggests to me that the massive object was some kind of proto-star composed of anti-protons.
originally posted by: DAVID64
Aliens using the black hole as a slingshot?
Give one Hell of a kick, save fuel and time. At least that's what I'd like to think. Think of the size of that ship if we can detect it from here!