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Originally posted by Danna
So a few days ago I was looking for a documentary to watch and I tought this was interesting to share with you guys.
So in the documentary the narrator is speaking about the tether incident and how it got him the idea that ufos could travel faster than light and in the documentary he tries to explain his theory.
here is the link to the documentary - The documentary turn about minute 22 I think thats when he starts explaining his theory.
*sorry if i posted it in the wrong forum, and sorry if i made grammar mistakes.
Originally posted by links234
reply to post by superdebz
Edit: Actually, the idea of FTL travel is quite dangerous because you can't see where you're going.
[edit on 11-1-2010 by links234]
Originally posted by kingoftheworld
No, because the instant you hit the speed of light you atomize. And if we could even get to 99% the speed of light, we would need some sort of inertial compensator, becuase otherwise we'd be crushed by the absolutely immense G-force involved in going that fast.
Originally posted by yizzel
reply to post by kingoftheworld
I thought it was the rate of acceleration that causes g-forces. So if we accelerate to any given speed slowly enough we shouldn't experience any g-forces.
Someone correct me if I'm wrong..
Originally posted by drew hempel
Exactly it has to do with the error Einstein made about light having mass -- it has momentum. If you study the math then you can convert the momentum to quantum energy. This is what Tesla was doing in his head by using high frequency to have spacetime travel.