posted on Aug, 23 2016 @ 12:59 AM
The problem with most conceptions about interstellar travel is this notion of travelling through the intervening space, which takes too long
and distorts time relative to your home world making you a lost orphan in time as you make your journey according to relativistic physics.
However, there must be an as yet undiscovered law of physics regarding the relationship between gravity, inertia and light, which would also produce a
map of this "hyperspace" that can instantaneously navigate the entire landscape of space-time and matter.
Light and it's relationship to mass and energy, within the context of the zero point field, will take us there, and when the time comes it won't be
hard as we might have thought, before the new discovery was made.
A working theory of Quantum Gravity and the Zero Point Field, along with a new way of sensing what's really there, not as it was, but as it is, would
be required to chart the landscape. The trip would take place in an instant and thus, you don't need a "mother ship" but oh what a wonderful trip it
would be. Time dilation would not be an issue in this type of framework. Space would be rendered transparent to the matter it contains, so you'd be
able to really see where you're going with confidence, but you'd still need some shielding for local solar system cruising, but nothing major to deal
with everything that might be in the way from there to here.
Zero Point Field Hyperspace, within a whole new context of the laws of physics that turns inertia into a field within which relativistic physics and
the fabric of space-time no longer applies.
Plus it has all the perpetual energy that you would ever need.
It would be a total reframe I think to the way we look at the world as a here and there this and that type of thing.
When it happens, it will be like Einstein all over again, and it will be both utterly profound and simple. Propulsion won't be an issue.