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Jul 10, 2022

Faster-Than-Light Travel Could Work Within Einstein’s Physics, Astrophysicist Shows

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For decades, we’ve dreamed of visiting other star systems. There’s just one problem – they’re so far away, with conventional spaceflight it would take tens of thousands of years to reach even the closest one.

Physicists are not the kind of people who give up easily, though. Give them an impossible dream, and they’ll give you an incredible, hypothetical way of making it a reality. Maybe.

In a 2021 study by physicist Erik Lentz from Göttingen University in Germany, we may have a viable solution to the dilemma, and it’s one that could turn out to be more feasible than other would-be warp drives.

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  1. Brian Matthews says:

    No doudt it is possible ‚but only if the human race live long enough without blowing themselves to kingdom come . If we consider how far we have come in a hundred years from horse and cart to the near planets . So if humans can survive another couple of millon years anything is possible .

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