Re: OT Warp Drive, When? was Peter Jennings Reports

http://www.nasa.gov/centers/glenn/research/warp/warp.html Have you ever wondered when we will be able to travel to distant
stars as easily as in science fiction stories?

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I'm more inclined toward sci-fi that depicts interstellar travel to be as arduous as Transatlantic travel in the 18th century. Just seems easier to connect with. robably much closer to the truth.
Anyone else out there miss "Firefly"?
John Scheldroup wrote:

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"Faster" is relative to the viewer, space can shrink and fold like a piece for the traveler.
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"Faster" is relative to the viewer, space can shrink and fold like a piece of paper for the traveler.

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