posted on Feb, 24 2014 @ 11:09 PM
reply to post by amazing
We're limiting our thought process based on what we can achieve at present time, not on what is possible in the future.
There are a lot of things we can't achieve at the present. We can't live on Mars at the present. But we're learning.
The thing is, those things don't violate the physical laws that we are aware of.
neither do some forms of FTL. there are legitimate solutions to Relativity that do allow it. these are mathematically valid. but because
scientists do not like the consequences for FTL they disregard these valid solutions.
i'll give you an example. relativity does not allow acceleration through light speed. this is true. but it does not forbid FTL. if a mass is
traveling FTL it's perfectly allowable. relativity solutions change depending on the type of topology assumed. certain topologies allow global FTL.
but space topology can be altered. for example you can change the permitivity of space by cycling a a AC field through it. "permitivity" is the
degree of resistance space has to being curved. so you can more easily alter the curvature and hence topology of space under certain circumstances.
altering the curvature can result in warps and wormholes.
wormholes are postulated to be involved with gravity and with entanglement. in entanglement information is transmitted faster than light can travel in
there are so many ways to "violate" the "laws of physics" without of course actually doing so that it isn't even funny. anything that can be done
does not violate the rules of physics though it may violate our understanding of them.