posted on Dec, 31 2003 @ 06:19 AM
What's in special and general relativity that makes deep spave travel improbable? Time dilation from special relativity even makes it easier. Both
theories have also been proven right with a lot of experiments.
The special theory of relativity, from what I understand is, the closer towards the speed of light you are, the more massive you get, and the more
energy it takes to push that mass, so it would be fairly improbable to get past the speed of light to enable deep space travel.
Also, even if you would reach the speed of light, thats still not fast enough to get very far in our universe. The only practical method of deep space
travel would be to break the speed of light or find some way to bend space.
It doesn't matter if Einstein's theories ring true to some degree. Einstein knew his theories would be used to keep the progress of science down
and to allow skeptics to deflate the idea that ET visitation was happening despite the ability of everyday civilians to witness and report on objects
that apparently did not originate from this planet. The same kind of scientific hoodwinking that the Condon Report used to justify its assertion that
ET visitation is not happening despite evidence to the contrary. The whole "we say its physically impossible, so its not happening, and we're
scientists so we know what we're talking about" thing that goes on with the denial of the reality of this subject.
[Edited on 31-12-2003 by heelstone]