posted on Feb, 6 2003 @ 08:29 PM
I think the problem with a warp drive is not the plans or the theory, but the fact that it would take an energy greater than the sun. Notice on Star
Strek they use a GIANT WARP CORE ANTI-MATTER DI/TRILITIUM ENGINE. We don't have those in stock. Please check back next week. We do have trilithium
batteries, but they surely aren't enough for an engine of that magnitude. Antimatter is starting to become a reality, as a recent science experience
created like 100,000 particles, which is enough to test for a large amount of effects. Who knows... maybe we'll have an anti-matter engine by the
time I'm 50. I'm still looking forward to Zeropoint energy (black hole energy). I've also been contemplating what would be stronger than the
energy in the gravity well of a black hole. I think I might have the answer
. Of course, it is all hypothesis :p. Now I have to come up with
something better than my better idea... evil laugh!!!
One more thing... we need someone to make those freaking inertial dampeners. I'm not sure what those would take, but somebody needs to hop on them
while I do this engine stuff
. You can also take the tractor beam, photon torpedos, and holodeck. I'll work on the AI computer and maybe some
Borg tech later this week.
Ok, I haven't seen Star Trek in a long time, so I'm getting flashbacks. I appologize.