How can we travel beyond our solar system?

Hunter Phillips
Hunter Phillips

How can we travel beyond our solar system?

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washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2015/02/11/big-pharmaceutical-companies-are-spending-far-more-on-marketing-than-research/
youtube.com/watch?v=XvAsR4O4W0w
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Anthony Adams
Anthony Adams

Go really really fast.

Juan Evans
Juan Evans

We can't.

Jack Martin
Jack Martin

Or be really really patient.

James Garcia
James Garcia

Already have.

Wyatt Miller
Wyatt Miller

Start with a safe systems programming language.

Rust, of course!

Lucas Allen
Lucas Allen

“We already have the means to travel among the stars, but these technologies are locked up in black projects, and it would take an act of God to ever get them out to benefit humanity. Anything you can imagine, we already know how to do it.”

.t Ben Rich, second director of Skunk Works

Jackson Richardson
Jackson Richardson

We sent stuff beyond there and it's now adrift.
Wow, how incredible.

Logan Collins
Logan Collins

bose-einstein condensates and synchronicity

Nathaniel Thompson
Nathaniel Thompson

Kek, your language hasn't even left earth!

Joseph Lewis
Joseph Lewis

Explain

Daniel Jenkins
Daniel Jenkins

Get rid of every last leftist and nonwhite on Earth, then we will have no more obstacles to interstellar exploration.

Jack Moore
Jack Moore

/pol/index.html
This is is a serious thread keep that garbage for your circlejerk.
As far as i'm considered you're no more useful then an average nig

Brandon Wood
Brandon Wood

Space travel == forward time travel

One trip out of the solar system, when you're back, entire civilization is gone.

Oliver Cox
Oliver Cox

Very small computers propelled by very large solar sails for hundreds of years.

Andrew Jenkins
Andrew Jenkins

Go back to reddit spacefag

Brandon Ross
Brandon Ross

We should start by banning all tripfags.

Xavier Young
Xavier Young

Time Dilation makes it possible. And it's already a proven consequence of relativity.

Light has a finite maximum speed, which implies entropy has a finite maximum speed. The closer one gets to the max speed of entropy, the less entropy has effect on the object, and the slower time moves for objects in motion relative to the time of stationary observers.

In theory, it wouldn't not be necessary to reach light speed for the crew of an intergalactic vessel, but even a small fraction of light speed could yield feasible time within the span of human life to reach numerous stars in our galactic backyard.

That said, its unlikely we will ever be able to truly explore even this one galaxy in its entirety. And I have no problems with this. In fact, I would much rather live in a universe that's infinite and unexplorable from its sheer size than a tiny bubble universe. It means there will always be mystery

Anthony Reed
Anthony Reed

One trip out of the solar system, when you're back, entire civilization is gone
Wouldn't that only press the necessity to travel to other stars even moreso?

Charles Jones
Charles Jones

Yeah, this thread is bait.
Time is always moving at the same constance no matter when or where. Time is not a dissension that can be bent or stretched, or walk faster or slow.
Time Dilation makes it possible. And it's already a proven consequence of relativity.
And relativity hasn't been proven. Also, time is not malleable, only the present exists.
Light has a finite maximum speed, which implies entropy has a finite maximum speed
Theoretically, nothing proved.
The closer one gets to the max speed of entropy, the less entropy has effect on the object, and the slower time moves for objects in motion relative to the time of stationary observers.
Theoretically, nothing proved.
In theory, it wouldn't not be necessary to reach light speed for the crew of an intergalactic vessel, but even a small fraction of light speed could yield feasible time within the span of human life to reach numerous stars in our galactic backyard.
You're just retarded.
That said, its unlikely we will ever be able to truly explore even this one galaxy in its entirety. And I have no problems with this. In fact, I would much rather live in a universe that's infinite and unexplorable from its sheer size than a tiny bubble universe. It means there will always be mystery
It's not even possible to sustain a long-term journey with humans inside a ship due to logistics and radiation, why are you spelling crap like you know something I can only attribute to the ridiculous nerd-subculture that spawned millions of imbeciles all over the world who think they know anything about the matter.

Christian Long
Christian Long

This.

With solar sails, I think we can theoretically propel a craft to about 0.10c. At that velocity, it would take around 50 years to reach the nearest star system, allowing for the time it would take to accelerate, then decelerate upon arrival.

Radiation would be a concern. Anyone on board would be at increased risk of cancer, assuming they didn't just die of radiation poisoning. Any children born on board would probably be mutants or stillborn/miscarried. Don't want it to be a generational ship, anyway, so that's okay? Well, I guess you'd be sending a few astronauts in their late 20s or early 30s who, assuming they could even survive the journey, would be old and about to die upon arrival.

Long-term weightlessness is detrimental to human beings. There are schemes for imitating a low gravitation field, like having a rotating section of the ship where centripetal force mimics gravity, but that's probably inadequate. No children born on board would develop properly.

At 0.10c, even interstellar dust would pose an existential threat to the spacecraft. It would tear through the craft like a Muslim "refugee" tearing through and 11 year old Swedish girl's hymen.

Constructing a ship and training a crew that could handle the journey would be a gargantuan scientific and engineering undertaking that would make something like the Manhattan Project look like a county science fair.

Even assuming we solved all of these problems and came up with the hundreds of billions (or trillions) of dollars to do this, to what would we be sending people? Sure, we've discovered lots of "Earth-like" planets, but last I checked, we don't know enough about them to know whether they're Earth-like enough to even sustain human life. Could we even grow crops there? Are there bacteria there that would wipe us out upon arrival? What if we get there and find out that it's mostly Earth-like, but the temperature never gets below 100°F, and goes as high as 130°F? Or that it never gets warm enough to grow crops?

And do we really need to spread humanity to another planet right now, like some kind of interplanetary STD? We can't even stop fucking up this planet. Instead of getting our house in order, we're just going to find a new planet to fuck up?

I agree with If we're going to "travel" beyond the solar system, let's just send probes propelled by solar sails.

Cameron Gonzalez
Cameron Gonzalez

Time dilation has been proven experimentally.

Xavier Davis
Xavier Davis

True, thats the weirdest thing about it.
Any long distance travel near or faster then light would be a one way trip because there is a verry good chance that nothing will be left on earth.

Its time dilatation

Nathan Stewart
Nathan Stewart

could you give a physics-less pleb a tl;dr on what time dilatation is and how it works?

Oliver Lewis
Oliver Lewis

Light has a finite maximum speed,
which implies entropy has a finite maximum speed.
No???
Entropy has no speed, a system does not need to change over time for its entropy to be greater than zero.
faster than light
Brainlet detected.

Isaac Jenkins
Isaac Jenkins

Freeze your spaceship to move it really really fast using quantum entanglement.

Robert Miller
Robert Miller

If you go sanic fast for a while your initially synchronized clock will be early. I am

Benjamin Hill
Benjamin Hill

Time is always moving at the same constance no matter when or where
The only constant in the universe is the speed of light.
And relativity hasn't been proven. Also, time is not malleable, only the present exists.
How do you think GPS satellites work ?, their clock is set to take into account the time dilatation they are into.
They woldn't work otherwise.
>It's not even possible to sustain a long-term journey with humans inside a ship due to logistics and radiation
Radiation shielding exist, the only problem is that they're too heavy and would be expensive to put in orbit with the current tech.

Are you trolling or legit retard?!

Daniel Peterson
Daniel Peterson

Nice buzzwords, have you considered a career as a screen/game writer?

Chase Jones
Chase Jones

The only constant in the universe is the speed of light.
No?????????

Grayson Martin
Grayson Martin

*in vacuum.
The speed of light varies depending on the medium.

Cameron Reed
Cameron Reed

Thank you

Angel Lopez
Angel Lopez

Its an engineering problem, why is everyone herping and derping about time-space and relativity? OP doesn't necessitate FTL.

Personally I like the idea of the kugelblitz drive, but we'll see sail-based drives carry colonists to nearby stars before that IMO.

Isaiah Miller
Isaiah Miller

The faster you go the slower time passes.
I didn't do the math but if i remember correctly even at sub luminal speeds like 5% the time dilatation would be noticeable.
You can go FTL just not within the universe.

Kayden Harris
Kayden Harris

There are actual online calculators for this. up to 0.8 of the speed of light its really not a big deal, though welcome considering it still shears years off a relatively short trip.

Asher Lewis
Asher Lewis

True, when i say speed of light i mean C which is the speed of light in vacuum.
What matter is the number not the light.

James Morales
James Morales

The only constant in the universe is the speed of light.
Yey, an imbecile
How do you think GPS satellites work ?, their clock is set to take into account the time dilatation they are into.
You realize it's not time that changes, but the clock? They're in a region with electromagnetic disturbances and that affects their clocks. That's all, the time remains the same.
Radiation shielding exist, the only problem is that they're too heavy and would be expensive to put in orbit with the current tech.
Yeah, try to shield from Gamma rays, you would need a violent amount of electromagnetic shielding for that, and from where would you harness such energy? Our very planet can barely sustain such field. Also, you forgot about food, water and everything else human-related.

Are you trolling or legit retard?!
That's my question to you, you base your worldview on star wars and star trek.

Lucas Hughes
Lucas Hughes

Its an engineering problem, why is everyone herping and derping about time-space and relativity? OP doesn't necessitate FTL.
It's a political problem, there is no incentive
to invest into something someone else will get the return from.
You can go FTL just not within the universe.
You can't go FTL relative to anything.

Brayden Moore
Brayden Moore

Time dilation doesn't exist, tryhard.
The experiment who "proved" it (and is now vastly discredited) put the blame of the differences in clockworking (an atomic clock, which suffered interference from electromagnetic waves) on time itself!
You know, because if a Clock malfunctions, there must be a problem with Time! Not the Clock!

Camden Clark
Camden Clark

You realize it's not time that changes, but the clock? They're in a region with electromagnetic disturbances and that affects their clocks. That's all, the time remains the same.
Literally neck yourself
astronomy.ohio-state.edu/~pogge/Ast162/Unit5/gps.html
ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5253894/
physicsmyths.org.uk/gps.htm

Easton Turner
Easton Turner

The faster you go the slower time passes.
Only relative to a stationary observer.

I didn't do the math but if i remember correctly even at sub luminal speeds like 5% the time dilatation would be noticeable.
Noticeable, but irrelevant. At 0.05c, you can measure time dilation with an atomic clock, but you're not going to come back to Earth after a journey of a year and find that many years have passed on Earth.

Sebastian Thomas
Sebastian Thomas

It's a political problem, there is no incentive
to invest into something someone else will get the return from.

Sooner or later a roided up version of Elon Musk will found Weyland-Yutani for fun and profit or the Space Amish will pay out the ass to get away from the cancer that humanity will become. I'm personally vested in injecting some space pioneering into my national discourse, just because I don't think a single present culture will survive the Great Fuckening when Earth decides to go full globalist and I'm kind of a fan of my own culture.

Brody Butler
Brody Butler

Roger Wilco from Space Quest? I don't recognize that one.

Logan Clark
Logan Clark

Its SQ6

John Bell
John Bell

See Brainlet.
You can't go FTL relative to anything.
No relativity here, if you manage to get out of the universe there is no speed limit.

Alexander Edwards
Alexander Edwards

Yes, let us put the responsibility of the future of humanity into the precise group that has consistently shown to enrich themselves with no regard to anyone else. Perhaps if things get hot they will use the earth's remaining wealth to save themselves leaving us to die while you bootlickers will die convinced that they will come back. Just go back to /pol/ retard.

Jackson Lee
Jackson Lee

I looked it up. I think I tried to play that one, but IIRC it kept crashing on my computer and I never got very far. Sierra often had quality control issues.

Jordan King
Jordan King

You're missing out, its comedy gold

Christian Sanchez
Christian Sanchez

Yes, let us put the responsibility of the future of humanity into the precise group that has consistently shown to enrich themselves with no regard to anyone else.

No point in moralizing when you already admitted defeat on the part of the politicians and the public, who are known to be oh so virtuous and selfless like all the time. Literally doesn't matter if you like it, its none of your business what people do 4 light years away if you don't actively make it your business. So either find a way to mobilize the masses of demoralized decadents or stop complaining.

As Bloom famously said "Life, uhm, life finds a way". And if this way leads through corporate tax envision or something banal like that so be it. Confining intelligent life to a single star, where it can be subject to simultaneous system collapse is a tremendous risk that I not willing to take at any cost. In fact I'd sooner send a million criminals to New Australia before I'd ever leave this issue be.

Perhaps if things get hot they will use the earth's remaining wealth to save themselves leaving us to die

You have zero idea of the technological ramifications that were operating within. If you can traverse stars that means you can already do without earth for at least 50 years prior and just coast in an O'Neil cylinder, weathering whatever happens on the surface. Great argument against star colonization, moron.

while you bootlickers

Look who's talking. The retard pushing for monopolizing tyranny till only thing the administration is concerned with is managing the Outer Party and the proles.

Asher Torres
Asher Torres

retards confusing "theory" with "hypothesis" again

Jonathan Cooper
Jonathan Cooper

look farther than staying stuck on hack science made by jews

Brayden Bailey
Brayden Bailey

Confining intelligent life to a single star, where it can be subject to simultaneous system collapse is a tremendous risk that I not willing to take at any cost.
Holy shit, the arrogance! You assume intelligent life exists only on Earth? In that case, it's an aberration. A mutation. Let it die.

And if intelligent life is common throughout the universe? The extinction of one instance of it is an irrelevant blip.

Who cares? Humanity was a mistake.

Ryder Wilson
Ryder Wilson

You realize it's not time that changes, but the clock? They're in a region with electromagnetic disturbances and that affects their clocks. That's all, the time remains the same.
That's wrong. Electromagnetism is inherently stochastic. It is absolutely the result of Time Dilation. Because the difference in time effected is predictable and consistent with relativity. If it really was electromagnetic disturbances then syncing time would be impossible because of the unpredictable nature of electromagnetism in the vacuum of space

James Green
James Green

Entropy has no speed, a system does not need to change over time for its entropy to be greater than zero.
It has no minimal speed. The point is that the speed of light being finite implies the potential speed of time itself as measured by entropy

Sebastian Watson
Sebastian Watson

why are you spelling crap like you know something I can only attribute to the ridiculous nerd-subculture that spawned millions of imbeciles all over the world who think they know anything about the matter.
This is ironic coming from the spawn of cringey faggots from the Rational Skeptic™ community who tries sounding smart through contrarianism

Carson Moore
Carson Moore

Holy shit, the arrogance!

Oh yeah, the arrogance of Fermi's Paradox! I mean there might be life somewhere, though it failed to manifest itself on the stellar scale for billions of years and shit, but hey, if its there, possibly, maybe, then it doesn't matter if terran life survives. Yay, commie logic!

In that case, it's an aberration. A mutation. Let it die.

Life is a "mutation". D'ohohoho. And it has no worth shit if there's no other (I'm assuming smug n' enlightened) aliens somewhere out there. What peculiar reasoning.

What is there to say? if you don't value sophont life you shouldn't really be participating in any discussion to begin with. Relegate yourself to crack consumption, huffing glue or w/e entertains you and leave us natalist monsters to handle this stuff, lord Edgemax.

And if intelligent life is common throughout the universe? The extinction of one instance of it is an irrelevant blip.

Since we fail to observe any activity that'd be logical for any technological/machine/biopunk civilization to undertake (harnessing star fusion emissions etc.) its prudent to assume were quite alone/early on the galactic theater. Both scenarios impart tremendous responsibility.

Nicholas Davis
Nicholas Davis

A lot of people seem to forget that prior to the age of aircraft and telegraph, it took years or decades for people to travel around our ball of mud, and to talk with each other. Even the mightiest empires were disjointed, largely disconnected constructs separated more by time than space.

In comparison, space exploration allows us to see where we're going through telescopy, scout out low-value targets with robotic probes, transmit messages as unaccompanied beams of energy, and (at least for the travelers, rather than travelees) ignore the passage of time.

The last century of high-tech have completely spoiled humanity's perception of space and time as explorers.

6/10, not quite as funny as flat earth poster, but still mildly amusing.

I'd sooner send a million criminals to New Australia before I'd ever leave this issue be
This. Every single atrocity, war, and ideological struggle in all of world history put together are meaningless childhood squabbles compared to the importance of laying down insurance around our neighborhood of the universe.

Dominic Myers
Dominic Myers

As an addendum: if there are civs out there and they're all just inexplicably anti expansionist (I guess they're all emo cunts like you) or anally Amish it still bestows us with the responsibility of spreading life beyond the brief phase when planetary biogenesis is viable - which may be hundreds of trillions of years for all we know.

Logan Cruz
Logan Cruz

for what purpose

Daniel Thomas
Daniel Thomas

To get an Asari gf. Fuck human females

Wyatt Barnes
Wyatt Barnes

Literally doesn't matter if you like it, its none of your business what people do 4 light years away if you don't actively make it your business.
What?
As Bloom famously said "Life, uhm, life finds a way". And if this way leads through corporate tax envision or something banal like that so be it.
Why would you think corporate tax evasion would accelerate the exploration of space? Do you suffer from magical thinking due to having to warp reality to fit your ancap faith? It is irrational to invest into a product where you can't capture the produced value. Also, virtually all of the spaceflight technology we have came from government-funded projects. Corporations spend very little on R&D because it simply does not pay off.
washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2015/02/11/big-pharmaceutical-companies-are-spending-far-more-on-marketing-than-research/
Confining intelligent life to a single star, where it can be subject to simultaneous system collapse is a tremendous risk that I not willing to take at any cost.
You have no say in the matter, there will be no space colonies before you die, probably never.
You have zero idea of the technological ramifications that were operating within. If you can traverse stars that means you can already do without earth for at least 50 years prior and just coast in an O'Neil cylinder, weathering whatever happens on the surface. Great argument against star colonization, moron.
You are the moron. We can already traverse stars. And hiding below the ground will not help you when the sun swallows up the earth. Also, you just did make an argument against star colonization, well done!
while you bootlickers
Look who's talking. The retard pushing for monopolizing tyranny till only thing the administration is concerned with is managing the Outer Party and the proles.
Stop putting words in my mouth. I oppose the ongoing monopolization of tyranny (wealth), the resulting waning of technological progress is bad enough as it is.
In comparison, space exploration allows us to see where we're going through telescopy, scout out low-value targets with robotic probes, transmit messages as unaccompanied beams of energy, and (at least for the travelers, rather than travelees) ignore the passage of time.
Remotely interesting locations are too far apart for information to travel in entire lifetimes. It is questionable that we would have enough resources even if we find a viable planet to get there, let alone create a sustainable colony. Getting mass into space takes insane of energy, and what is more highly energy dense fuel which is rapidly dwindling.
bestows us with the responsibility of spreading life
Wrong. Why do you make up beliefs and state them as if they were some fundamental truth?

Robert Flores
Robert Flores

This. I always chose Liara.

Ryder Lee
Ryder Lee

To eXplore, eXpand, eXploit and eXterminate.

Thomas Gutierrez
Thomas Gutierrez

Why would you think corporate tax evasion would accelerate the exploration of space?
I think other poster wasn't glorifying "muh private entrepreneurship", but merely stating that whether the world is controlled by great nations engaged in public works (1960s) or greedy megacorps (now), people will still want to explore the stars.
there will be no space colonies before you die, probably never
Great waves, smallest pebble, etc. etc.
Also, you just did make an argument against star colonization, well done!
Ditto you making one in favor of it
the resulting waning of technological progress is bad enough as it is.
I realize this is a very stereotypical NASA shill line from me, but you're aware one of the primary arguments for "blue sky" projects like space is the massive scientific fallout (including basically all of modern ecological science and applied technology), right?
Getting mass into space takes insane of energy, and what is more highly energy dense fuel which is rapidly dwindling.
That's why we need to fully bootstrap space exploration. Once we have an extraterrestrial intrasolar supply chain up and running (solar power, ice and minerals from asteroids and oort objects, LEO/lunar/Legrange Point factories, etc.), we won't need to draw on Earth's resources anymore, and could substantially supplament our terrestrial economy to boot.

Also, the actual cost of space industry and research has never been more than a drop in the bucket compared to the size of the global economy, so this isn't really some hard binary choice to begin with.
Why do you make up beliefs and state them as if they were some fundamental truth?
Because the alternative is ultimately suicidal

This

Christian Jackson
Christian Jackson

Why would you think corporate tax evasion would accelerate the exploration of space?

Learn to recognize jest.

You have no say in the matter, there will be no space colonies before you die, probably never.

Yeah, sure thing buddy. Never ever.

You are the moron.

No, I'm pretty sure you're still THE moron, bro.

We can already traverse stars.

We literally can't, as in there is no capability to do so.

And hiding below the ground

Yeah, see moron? You hear "surface" and you go to some retarded Fallout imagery w/o even googling what an O'Neill cylinder is.

will not help you when the sun swallows up the earth.

Totally relevant to the time scale within the context of your evil business elites fantasy.

I oppose the ongoing monopolization of tyranny (wealth),

You progress the ongoing monopolization of power itself, just bypassing ownership and going straight to party neofeudalism, striving to make it global at that (making it so much more premanent). If you're the straight cut anarchist kind of retard that just means you'll be getting a bullet from your Stalinist buddy when you're of no use anymore, as per usual. Humans are hierarchically inclined fucks - anyone who ascribes to this belief, and most do, will see you for the fool you are.

find a viable planet

lel What a fucking luddite. Even at Sol planets will ultimately be stripped down for habitats, matrioshka membranes or statites if march of civilization does not cease.

Getting mass into space takes insane of energy

Launch loop/alternative infrastructure. That plus most raw resources will be eventually mined off world.

which is rapidly dwindling

Assuming fusion is viable you can manufacture chemical fuel and ignore the inefficiency of this production chain, because fusion.

Wrong. Why do you make up beliefs and state them as if they were some fundamental truth?

Since they're so open ended they're fundamentally true to any kind of pro-social value-driven individual. Sorry, you just don't make the cut. Actually you're most likely just a wannabe negative existentialist contrarian, as previously established.

You either develop a world view that eventually leads you or those who come after you through circumstance to want to go/send others or you sit on your hands till the star blows up. Considering the range of beliefs and attitudes I'm pretty confident someone will make the effort, for whatever reason.

Jason Sanchez
Jason Sanchez

*matryoshka BRAIN membranes

Though I suppose just a giant membranous space matryoshka would be quite worthwhile as well, for meta humor's sake.

Henry Brooks
Henry Brooks

Humans are hierarchically inclined
Humans are inclined to lots of stupid things, but our sapience grants us the capacity to recognize and consciously avoid such folly, if we become aware of it.
Assuming fusion is viable
That is not a very safe assumption. Even if it is viable, the currently dominant design (energetically confined) is the least plausible, since containment energy demand rises with reactor energy output, compared to more plausible designs (such as inertial confinement).

Isaiah Price
Isaiah Price

Humans are inclined to lots of stupid things, but our sapience grants us the capacity to recognize and consciously avoid such folly, if we become aware of it.

Sure. Then you run that through couple billion people and on average you will get crushing conformity with the natural inclination. Then you stack that up with emergent complexity issues, like all those twats generating a fundamentally malevolent entity because they're just apes adapted to living in tiny groups, so they can't even really grasp the implications of what traspires around them... A world government not subordinated to a single credo, and a suitable one at that (so for example no utopianist horseshit that gives carte blanche to do whatever it takes to get the perfect society), will devolve into primarily elite-plebs dynamic where the bureaucracy class/party in-group literally cannibalizes its host. And frankly, with all that automation going around, this reduction can then go on within the government hierarchy way past the point where you can talk about a civilization of any sort. I can imagine the future Qin Shi Huangdi could go without most of the cogs in his toy empire drawing breath.

You can have a 10 billion people Confucianist China, you can't have a 10 billion World State hodge podge of deeply value and structure divided groups with no allegiance to one another that will soon fall to the state power. You could have that in the past. Now you can't. Now its either or. Evil despotic empires or brain implantology, cheap-o mass surveillance and genetic engineering. If you ever get both, in a vacuum, with no competing powers to destabilize the regime humanity goes bye-bye. The power dynamic kills the crab.

Hence I'd like to get off this rock eventually. Sooner rather than later.

That is not a very safe assumption. Even if it is viable, the currently dominant design (energetically confined) is the least plausible, since containment energy demand rises with reactor energy output, compared to more plausible designs (such as inertial confinement).

That just means you build the damn launch loop faster, before civilization crashes, then live off of boring ol' orbital solar power. I'm all for haste.

Dominic Clark
Dominic Clark

How can we travel beyond our solar system?
それは無理です

Connor Hall
Connor Hall

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Juan Evans
Juan Evans

While I don't think any sort of manmade near-term catastrophe is likely (global warming will probably just be a moderate permanent increase in poverty and strife, except in the absolute worst runaway clathrate gun scenarios) there are countless extraterrestrial natural disasters that could wipe us out with little or no warning.

As for political issues? War and tyranny are unlikely to touch the major powers unless someone is stupid enough to break the "nuclear peace" by deploying something like pure fusion weapons. "Automation"-driven unemployment is 1000% meme that can't actually happen until true "hard AI" (which, if the field of AI research is surveyed, it's unclear we're any closer to than we were in the 1940s) is invented, due to Jevons' Paradox. Maybe I'm overoptimistic, but things like the Flynn Effect on IQ, continually increasing global development, and a projected population decline after plateauing at 10 billion in the 2050-2100 timeframe suggest an ultimately rosy outlook in the future. And if such things did happen anyway, it wouldn't be extinction-level, even evil people opening the door to space would be preferable to extinction.

Adam Nelson
Adam Nelson

New Horizons was launched in 2006 and did a Pluto flyby in 2015. It takes 5-6 hours for the sun's light to reach Pluto. Andromeda is 2.5 million light years away, and the nearest galaxy. Unless faster than light travel becomes possible for humans, it would be pointless to leave our solar system.

Adrian Wilson
Adrian Wilson

I'm a brainlet. There are other solar systems in our galaxy we need to explore first.

Robert Campbell
Robert Campbell

We need Global Warming to impede the growth of Niggers tbh. The world predicts that Africas population will grow to 2 billion by 2050, but economic estimates tell us Africas GDP will not experience much growth by 2050 either. 2 billion dead weights on the world. It must be stopped

Sebastian Roberts
Sebastian Roberts

Speed of light stays the same in the medium, but photon is a wave packet, not a wave. Wave packets can be slower than the wave itself.

Aiden Rogers
Aiden Rogers

Also, time dilation could render intergalactic travel practical at near-luminal speeds, as noted, though the benefit to Earth itself would obviously be sentimental.

Angel Barnes
Angel Barnes

If you travel at 0.9999999 c or something, trip to andromeda takes a year maybe. Back on Earth that's 2.5 million years.

Also speed of light being a limiting factor doesn't mean that you as a space traveler cannot travel arbitrarily fast. When you accelerate, Lorenz contraction kicks in, the space will contract along the direction of travel. Even if you never technically break the speed of light barrier, you can still pass any amount of lightyear-spaced cosmic milestones per year.

Jacob Gutierrez
Jacob Gutierrez

Wouldn't G force be an issue long before hitting near speeds of light, or would gradially speeding up and slowing down solve that problem? Again, brainlet here.

Lucas Sanders
Lucas Sanders

why G? you could accelerate to that velocity very slowly.
a huge problem would be the doppler effect concerning em radiation around space, shifting them to a higher frequency and thus frying any macroscopic object hypothetically reaching such speeds.

Jonathan Hughes
Jonathan Hughes

A lot of people in this board now are too incompetent to use GNU/Linux, and instead use pajeet OS that spies on them and restricts the way they use their own machine, and this nigger here thinks humanity can pull off travelling in space.
Must give you a lot of trouble keeping yourself so deluded, OP.

Nolan Taylor
Nolan Taylor

If you travel at 0.9999999 c or something, trip to andromeda takes a year maybe.
Why does light take 2,500,000 years to get here from there or visa versa?

Ayden Ross
Ayden Ross

what is special relativity

Nicholas Powell
Nicholas Powell

If special relativity explains why light takes 2,500,000 years to travel between the Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies, but a vessel traveling at almost the speed of light would take only 1/2,500,000th of that time, you could elaborate on that instead of being a smug prick.

Andrew Nguyen
Andrew Nguyen


Why would you think corporate tax evasion would accelerate the exploration of space?
Learn to recognize jest.
<I was merely pretending to be retarded
Totally relevant to the time scale within the context of your evil business elites fantasy.
It is reality. We already have the resources to do a lot of space exploration, but the elites that control the wealth are not putting it there. There is no reason to assume that that would change. But sure, keep on kissing their asses and they will change their mind, how brain damaged are you?
I oppose the ongoing monopolization of tyranny (wealth),
You progress the ongoing monopolization of power itself, just bypassing ownership and going straight to party neofeudalism, striving to make it global at that (making it so much more premanent).
Source? The only thing inhibiting globalist capitalism are national governments and their regulations, which are being eroded by the wealthy and their ancap useful idiots like you. This is what is recreating feudalism, the few own the means of production and you are a glorified slave that has to rent everything and be surveiled and manipulated by the corporate botnet.
if march of civilization does not cease.
It already is decelerating.
Getting mass into space takes insane of energy
Launch loop/alternative infrastructure. That plus most raw resources will be eventually mined off world.
You have to get to that point which is not even remotely near.
Assuming fusion is viable you can manufacture chemical fuel and ignore the inefficiency of this production chain, because fusion.
That is a pretty big assumption though.
Wrong. Why do you make up beliefs and state them as if they were some fundamental truth?
Since they're so open ended they're fundamentally true
lol
to any kind of pro-social value-driven individual.
Oh so someone like you who wants to put chips into people's brains?
Sorry, you just don't make the cut.
Oh no, what will I do without the approval of some consistantly moronic ancap???
You either develop a world view that eventually leads you or those who come after you through circumstance to want to go/send others or you sit on your hands till the star blows up.
want != achieve
How stupid are you? You do realize that there already are those who want to go/send others to space?
Considering the range of beliefs and attitudes I'm pretty confident someone will make the effort, for whatever reason.
So blind faith. You can predict anything because muh "range of beliefs and attitudes"
Hence I'd like to get off this rock eventually. Sooner rather than later.
Again, you are being delusional. You will die on this "rock".
If special relativity explains why light takes 2,500,000 years to travel between the Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies, but a vessel traveling at almost the speed of light would take only 1/2,500,000th of that time, you could elaborate on that instead of being a smug prick.
Time is relative. Your two examples are seen from the perspective of different reference frames. A clock on the vessel will show that a year has passed when it reaches Andromeda, however when it arrives there a clock on earth will show that more than 2,500,000 years have passed.

Jason Garcia
Jason Garcia

there are countless extraterrestrial natural disasters that could wipe us out with little or no warning.

True, you're statistically more likely to die in a meteor impact than a plane crash, so its a question of "how comfortable am I with billions of years of terrestrial life's struggle going down the shitter because I sat on my hands like a twat". This still doesn't make additional threats ignorable, since unlike a sufficiently massive comet strike that may never come they're crawling processes that actually happen right now. Like a slow ass planetoid heading our way.

As for political issues? War and tyranny are unlikely to touch the major powers

What are you talking about? xD They're the source of the various consolidation movements, either their initiators or hosts for the powerful interest groups who push for it. Tyranny is a byproduct of globalism and permanent social division, it comes later, when you can't stop it precisely because you can't.

And if such things did happen anyway, it wouldn't be extinction-level,

Thats where you're wrong. Even stagnating means intolerable increase of the likelihood of extinction. We may be the seed of all life to come in the universe for all we know, if we get stuck in year 1984, busy suppressing the gormless masses/extinguishing the species toward some Malthusian wankfest were really asking for a hot piece of space shit right up the ass. Way, waaay up there.

Nonsense. That growth is inconsequential as long as you don't accept waves of illiterate witch burning rapefugees. They'll be contained on their landmass and have to deal with their own bullshit, just don't let the cosmopolitans run your government and you're fine. The Chinese will eat them anyway, Leopold style.

Logan Myers
Logan Myers

<I was merely pretending to be retarded

The joke was in plain sight. Skipping worlds for tax evision is funny. Whats in fact sad is your attempt to pretend you're not retarded and failing miserably at it.

It is reality. We already have the resources to do a lot of space exploration,

No we don't. We have resources only for the things the public demands. And actual CAPABILITIES are still not developed. you don't understand fuckshit about any industry if you can't see the difference.

but the elites that control the wealth are not putting it there.

Guess what? Whitey on the Moon, muh dick, nigga. Most people always opposed spending in that area. The fucking welfare faggots are what gutted the leading space program on the planet, cunt. Your leftoid buttbuddies. Now for better or worse (better including surviving of motherfucking life, something you're not as interested as muh social justice, apparently) big business is overtaking the idle, retard encumbered state. Cry me a river.

There is no reason to assume that that would change. But sure, keep on kissing their asses and they will change their mind, how brain damaged are you?

Less so than you, apparently, since you still don't grasp that I'm not actually intending to wait for business to stumble into space colonization, aligning more with the separatist case. It was simply one of the routes mentioned for why given enough time space travel WILL happen anyway. And I don't need to wait for muh world revolushon to do it either, complete with anarchotrannies manning the industries and hiveminding their way into a centralized industrial complex required to launch an arc ship.

You have to get to that point which is not even remotely near.

So, we have the resources, but we don't have the resources. What a moron. LL isn't even a fraction of the funding you'd need for just solar colonization and operates on known principles.

Oh so someone like you who wants to put chips into people's brains?

Look, everyone, this is the extent to which this chimp comprehends what I wrote earlier. The absolute state of /leftypol/.

How stupid are you? You do realize that there already are those who want to go/send others to space?
And then he goes straight to:
So blind faith.

So you managed to contradict yourself again, in record time too.

Again, you are being delusional. You will die on this "rock".

Explaining LEV to you would take another whole thread while you rant about muh evil gabbidalizdz and muh boodliggerz. So forgive me if I skip that part, my dear simpleton.

Beyond that me personally surviving is irrelevant to the actual cause since it goes beyond the individual life. When I say me I'm framing from my own personal perspective, but the aim is always us.

Cameron Flores
Cameron Flores

Liara is my waifu

Jeremiah Wilson
Jeremiah Wilson

World ship with ion drive and a massive ice shield.

Evan Robinson
Evan Robinson

By changing the laws of physics. Anything else?

Nolan Lee
Nolan Lee

Are we literally getting underageb& K-12 students? This is stuff any gradeschool physics class at least touches on. I sincerely hope this is OP samefag trolling.

We already have the resources to do a lot of space exploration, but the elites that control the wealth are not putting it there.
I dunno, after strangling away government and its old private subcontractor network, some of today's tech barons like Musk and Gates are taking up the torch and diverting tax dollars into their own coffers for various reasons. Things aren't moving at the steady march of the Cold War, let alone a concerted peacetime effort, but they are moving.
What are you talking about? xD They're the source of the various consolidation movements
True, life in the 3rd-world sucks as long as we're slurping out their blood, but no hostile military has ever set so much as a boot on the soil of a nuclear power, and 1st-world liberal democracy is going to take decades at minimum for rate-of-profit to fall far enough for collapse all by itself.
Even stagnating means intolerable increase of the likelihood of extinction.
Problems that potentially delay solutions to potential extinction, is quite a bit different from something that itself means total oblivion. You know, man-made doomsday scenarios like WWIII, crop-sterilizing GMOs, gray goo, etc..
And actual CAPABILITIES are still not developed. you don't understand fuckshit about any industry if you can't see the difference.
I disagree. Depending on one's definition of "development", nearly all of the tech under discussion in this thread is based around proven technologies and principles, only the engineering, certification, and construction necessary to turn these decades-old designs into real machines stands between us. Basically no research is needed for such basic systems, which is why they're so commonly shilled to the public.

Camden Richardson
Camden Richardson

bits of einstein's model get btfo'd every single year
people still take what's left as gospel
Time dilation is a meme and we'll find a way to go FTL, or at least use something like wormholes or alternate dimensions where c is higher.

Jaxon Perez
Jaxon Perez

We can't sustain a high level of g force without blacking out and dying. Just becuase our corpse doesn't get ripped apart doesn't mean we'll be alive when we get there.

Lincoln Taylor
Lincoln Taylor

Blueshift factor is the same as time dilation factor which is also the same as Lorenz contraction factor. To kick CMB into visible light region you'd need a factor of 2000-5000, that's something like 6-15 lightyears per day. That would be still fuckall of irradiance, from less than 1 microwatt per meter squared it goes to 2-5 milliwatt. Sun irradiation is 1 kilowatt per meter squared. And all of that only applies if you physically travel through timespace at that speed, without using any sort of FTL drive that bypasses the need to accelerate to speed of light.
Vessel traveling at a large fraciton of the speed of light will take slightly longer to get there than it would take the light to get there. The relative motion effect is that there is time dilation as well as space contraction, also the order of events stops being consistent however proper spacetime interval remains consistent. All these effects are constant as long as velocity is constant, but they start changing if you accelerate, particularly the order of events. For both stationary observer and moving spaceship, the other party experiences strong time dilation and lorentz contraction. The difference is that when spaceship accelerates and then decelerates, its frame of reference order of events changes so that it arrives at the destination in just a while after departure from origin, while stationary observers' frame of reference order of events doesn't change. Hence the older twin effect. From spaceship perspective, when you accelerate the order of events shifts and effectively the Earth (and everything behind you in general) goes back in time (if you accelerate sufficiently fast), all while its time is getting to go slower. When you decelerate the reverse happens and it fast-forwards. When you completely stop, your view of Earth and its actual state sync up. All of that has to do with physically accelerating, as in exerting force to overcome momentum. Free orbiting as well as bending timespace and whatnot doesn't count.
You mean every single year some brainiac points out that relativity doens't works on quantum scale? Relativity flew spaceships all over the solar system, but I never seem to find any superstrings or some other model producing consistent enough equations to make rockets with.

Jeremiah Roberts
Jeremiah Roberts

I disagree. Depending on one's definition of "development", nearly all of the tech under discussion in this thread is based around proven technologies and principles,

Okay, go then. Go go. I'm giving you imaginary 200 billions, now go. Oh right, it will take 60+ years of continuous development to create the infrastructure to go to even proxima horseman. Hence capabilities are not here.

True, life in the 3rd-world sucks as long as we're slurping out their blood,

Never said anything like that.

but no hostile military has ever set so much as a boot on the soil of a nuclear power,

The great powers are the motors of globalism. As I said already. They create integrationist blocks (EU, NAU etc.) and build international dependencies like that nightmarish Asian trade deal USA was supposed to sign or the Silk Road Chinese will try to build (each designed to snub the other country, btw). Those will all culminate in a budget version of a global government as powerful interests align with each other. Then the cancer metastasizes, consolidates... aaand were fucked.

and 1st-world liberal democracy is going to take decades at minimum for rate-of-profit to fall far enough for collapse all by itself.

Nope. All it takes is enough mess'icans or some other group always voting one way because of how tremendously they differ from the natives to counterbalance ideological voting patterns and parcel society into special interest groups, thus ending liberal democracy and frankly democracy in general. because if its only a question of flooding the country with vote cattle there is no democracy. If "demography is destiny" then nobody cares what John Doe thinks, he'll get neutralized through counterbalancing with Abdul or Pajeet.

Christopher Wright
Christopher Wright

At only 1G of acceleration, you can accelerate to the speed of light in less than 1 year. You can gradiaully increase the acceleration for no detrimental health effects, too.

Thomas Hernandez
Thomas Hernandez

since the start of our space program, we have sent probes far out into our solar system; venus saturn, jupiter have all been observed within 3k miles if im not mistaken. that means we could easily get out of our solar system within a lifetime. go to the nasa forums to talk to real space ppl

Jaxon Taylor
Jaxon Taylor

haha, talk to nasa people. This fucking guy.

implying they have any idea what they're talking about

Kayden Anderson
Kayden Anderson

You sound like a retarded christfag trying to justify belief in a God by outright proclaiming the whole of science as wrong.

Jack Morris
Jack Morris

trust me I know what I'm talking about
t. faggot who's never launched even a hobbyist rocket

Camden Cook
Camden Cook

I want Asari gf naw !

Eli Nelson
Eli Nelson

oh its simple
we need the government like in Starship Troopers for a start
youtube.com/watch?v=XvAsR4O4W0w

Gavin Williams
Gavin Williams

here you go

Julian Sanchez
Julian Sanchez

Only way to do it is with genetic engineering. If we can engineer our bodies to survive in 0 gravity then we can survive the trip. I think it's all pointless though myself. we need to start taking care of the planet we have and not trying to poison it just so we can run off to another planet like some kind of galatic cancer.

Landon Torres
Landon Torres

Given the enormous contribution to ecology and green technology of scientific fallout from NASA, I think that's a false dichotomy.

Joseph Garcia
Joseph Garcia

Got any rare doubts? I have a collection.

Henry Russell
Henry Russell

By moving.

Nicholas Taylor
Nicholas Taylor

For you, it will take "a year maybe". For anyone else who is quasi-stationary (i.e. is moving at non-relativistic speeds) millions of years will pass.

Josiah Robinson
Josiah Robinson

Ada did tho.

Asher Baker
Asher Baker

muh planets

Why do ignorants feel the need to speak up on subjects like these? This is an imageboard, you don't get any virtue points for your ecowank, bubb. I guess its a habit by now, huh?

This is btw a good example for why governments fail. With citizens like these you don't need corrupt politicians or lobbyists to fail at anything less intuitive than wiping your ass. Muh planets, holy shit. xD Yeah, bro, go look for an earth clone, good luck.

Angel James
Angel James

Time dialation and the finite speed of light makes exploration really difficult. Once your exploration team and Earth are lightyears apart how would the two communicate with each other effectively once it starts taking years and decades just to send information to one another? When you consider colonies it makes matters worse. Seperate colonies would take decades and centuries to send signals to each other. As others have pointed out these trips would definitely be one way trips and any colonies that would be established would forever be effectively isolated from one another since communication would just be too slow.
Partially related is the attached pdf which is a short story about humanity as it begins space exploration. It makes for a neat quick reading.

Juan Brooks
Juan Brooks

Voyager 1 and 2 both still have fuel and are controllable.

Tyler Peterson
Tyler Peterson

Once your exploration team and Earth are lightyears apart how would the two communicate with each other effectively once it starts taking years and decades just to send information to one another? When you consider colonies it makes matters worse. Seperate colonies would take decades and centuries to send signals to each other

Quantum entanglement !

Daniel Jones
Daniel Jones

We need to decode the 8th chevron.

William Hall
William Hall

FTL travel
it now becomes trivial to create planet-destroying ballistics and terrorism or war destroys all life
wormholes
it now becomes trivial to create wormholes that lead to black holes and terrorism or war destroys all life.
Is there any way to reasonably get to other planets without also creating a massive superweapon?

Ryan Garcia
Ryan Garcia

Quantum entanglement still needs slower-than-light information channel to transfer quantum states data.

Lucas Jackson
Lucas Jackson

I'll tell you user.
The first step is human genetic engineering.
The Third Reich would have already conquered the solar system by now.
By engineering the population to have a 150 IQ on average, conquering space no longer is a fantasy but a 'why not' kind of thing. Basically we need to take the population of Iceland and multiply it by a factor of 100 while reducing teh negro population by a similar amount.

Long story short:
SIEG HEIL

Elijah Smith
Elijah Smith

In Icelandic
Hagl Sigur

Parker Kelly
Parker Kelly

Sandniggers are too dumb to make complex weapons. They can't even figure dirty bombs, they'd never be able to create a wormhole, and the mossad wouldn't give one to them because that kind of thing could attract unwanted attention, same reason they've never been given nukes.

Matthew Ortiz
Matthew Ortiz

Everything that can accumulate a lot of energy can be used to release a lot of energy. So, no. Even fucking motor vehicles can easily kill people, let alone airplanes, rockets and fucking spaceships.

Charles Johnson
Charles Johnson

Yep. Any drive that could take you to 0.9 C would rake a city in half.

I can already hear the muh planets/startreck merry-go-around crowd gasping n' clutching their pearls.

Jose Murphy
Jose Murphy

Just go with what you have right now. A solar sail is pretty self-explanatory, I think. It could possibly take you to 0.4 C. that's acceptable.

also consider that FTL projectiles also means FTL detection systems and antirockets.

PS that obviously doesn't apply to something designed solely for interstellar, producing tincy wincy accelerations over months or years. Those can be "weak", their advantage lies solely in fuel efficiency.

John Harris
John Harris

Kindly fuck off my thread and fuck back to your hug box

Aaron Hernandez
Aaron Hernandez

Up

Kevin Rivera
Kevin Rivera

How can we travel beyond our solar system?
Don't take blacks with you.

They will go apeshit the second you come across a pulsar because they'll thing it's the rotating light of the popo.
They'll just shriek about getting detained, being free citizen or something or not being able to breathe while trashing the entire starship.

Don't take chinks, either.
They'll set course to canis major while you're in cryosleep because "waat, me got hungry okayyy", wasting all your fuel to doom the entire expedition to a slow death while floating in the middle of nowhere.

Chase Hall
Chase Hall

Travel beyond solar system :

GNU/Linux (safe operating system)
Rust (safe system language)

Travel to South America :

BSD
C++

Wyatt Howard
Wyatt Howard

Haha faggots nobody has been to the moon

Jordan Robinson
Jordan Robinson

Indeed

Jace Price
Jace Price

Check out The Orion project.
Nuclear pulse is the only way.

Solar sails could work too but we don't have a way to make them big enough to be practical for manned space exploration.

Cryonics or some sort of hibernation is the key, but there has to be a way to be revived and nobody is working on it. So at the moment it would just mean your popsicle-corpse gets to visit Epsilon Eridani.

Fusion rockets might be plausible, but there's no money going into their research or any of the shit above to be honest.

Hyperdrive is impossible, warp drive requires more energy than exist in the universe and would vaporize everything in the bubble, an anti-matter rocket needs more antimatter than can be produced, EM drive is still iffy, and even if it works would need to scaled up.

Biggest problem is that it's way too expensive for most to care about, and even if it wasn't people are yearning for sci-fi shit like OP's ship to save the day instead of more reachable tech to work on.

Andrew Hernandez
Andrew Hernandez

i dont know what its called but the force that pushes everything apart and expands our universe... well i guess that goes faster than light and they even say in some parts of or universe it expands faster than light...so they say

Jordan Rivera
Jordan Rivera

It is not possible to completely void space. In fact, if you and your friend each have a Geiger counter (a particle detector) and yours doesn't go off (so you see a vacuum) and your friend accelerates with their Geiger counter then their device will go off, i.e. they won't see a vacuum. And if you adjust your space so that your friend's device doesn't go off (so they think there is a vacuum) then your device will go off, so you won't think there is a vacuum. This is the Unruh effect, it has a similar basis as Hawking Radiation from black holes (accelerations are similar to gravity). So two observers that are accelerating differently will disagree about whether there is a vacuum, they won't both see a vacuum. And even if you could make a super vacuum, it would not make light go faster. It is in the nature of light to go at speed $c.$ The vacuum is just what allows things to move the way they naturally move, and light naturally moves at speed $c.$ But what if you tried to find something other than light that moved at a faster speed? It turns out that if you could alter the properties of space to allow something (even pure information) to travel faster than $c,$ that you could use this method to send information backwards in time. Literally you could read the stock prices tomorrow and send the information back to today. I know it isn't super obvious, but we've done the physics to know that if we could do a faster than $c$ transmission we could send information back in time. It is similar to those different observers disagreeing on whether there is a vacuum, except this time they just need relative velocity and don't need relative acceleration. You carve out space between here (and tomorrow) and some distant place and someone else carves out space between here (and today) and that same distant place. But if those people are moving relative to each other, their disagreements about motion means that when something faster than $c$ from their point of view, the thing is moving just right to go from here-tomorrow out to the distant place and then to turn around and come back to here-today. The whole idea that the universe all experiences time the same way died over a hundred years ago. Again, you'd have to study relativity to see how to figure out which paths and how fast those people need to move and in which direction. But that's how bad it would be if something went faster than $c.$ So even making a theory where things move faster than $c$ is hard because your theory then allows time travel, which makes it hard to do experiments if future things can affect your experiments. So we don't even have a theory that allows such things, because we don't even know how to do that. We have actual experiments showing that time behaves differently for different observers, and the experiments are quite detailed and don't allow much room to wiggle. So even if something experimentally looks like it might be going faster than $c$ we look for every possible other explanation first. And we've always found another explanation. So you can't make a super vacuum. And a super vacuum wouldn't make light go faster. And trying to make anything go faster than $c$ would be as hard as making a time machine. Time itself behaves differently rather than allow things to go faster than $c$.For instance you might think that shooting a laser on a high speed train might make the light go faster $c,$ but time itself will pass more slowly on the train to prevent it. I want you to know how big a claim/ask/discovery you are talking about.

Parker Walker
Parker Walker

Go back to watching Rick and Morty, faggot.

Austin Mitchell
Austin Mitchell

hey man nothing wrong with that show.
fyi- i posted above you but im not the poster your talking to

Luke Bailey
Luke Bailey

Quantum entanglement cant transmit information faster than light dummy

Michael Cook
Michael Cook

but you can make light travel faster than other light if there is no space around the space the light is in, in other words a void aka super vacuum but that brings me back to that post 3 above yours

Adam Rivera
Adam Rivera

and dont say TL;DR cause you clicked this thread for a reason so learn something and read all that shit i posted

Logan Sanchez
Logan Sanchez

1.Figure out small scale quantum teleportation.
2.Send a small scale teleporter on an extremely fast journey to nearby planet or star.
3. In the meantime, construct nanobots that can build a larger quantum teleporter.
4. When small teleporter arrives on surface send the nanobots through.
5. Wait until the large quantum teleporter is completed.
6. Meanwhile, come up with even faster means of teleporter transport.
7. Repeat 2-6 until you can teleport between hundreds of solar systems at free will.

Best part about this is that step 1 is the only real barrier.
Thank me for this idea when somebody figures out step 1.

Brandon Campbell
Brandon Campbell

quantum teleportation
This isn't what you think it is

Owen Ross
Owen Ross

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_teleportation

Logan Kelly
Logan Kelly

Stop wasting our wealth on 3rd worldism and spend it on sponsoring technological advancement instead. Auction off NASA equipment to private companies instead of wasting tax money for it to be squandered on some affirmative action crap.

Cameron Anderson
Cameron Anderson

Why don't we just try them all until one works?

Kayden Ward
Kayden Ward

you obviously never seen stargate? there was an ep when they randomly found a gate and turnd out the gate went right through a sun while it was solar flaring which allowed them to lock on and enter but then the portal wouldnt work anymore and the sun was actually just starting to expand to die...good ep, good moral- dont go through a portal unless you know where it goes

Brody Sanchez
Brody Sanchez

speed of light in a vacuum is not constant and strong evidence exists it has decreased over time. start by studying john nash's theory of general relativity

Logan Stewart
Logan Stewart

Relativity flew spaceships all over the solar system
well no, that was newton.

Chase Parker
Chase Parker

That was actually a side-effect of the SGC's hacked-together substitute dialing computer lacking some of the safeguards built into an original DHD. The real reason why trying random combinations wouldn't work is because the address space of the stargate system is so much bigger than the actual number of gates.

Carter Garcia
Carter Garcia

oh yeah, i forgot that part. thanks user. still bad idea to go in portal not knowing where it goes :^)

Isaac Wright
Isaac Wright

Time for Asari waifu

Thomas Torres
Thomas Torres

explain to me what camera crew took that photo.

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Jason Miller
Jason Miller

the one arriving on any supply ship (sojuz, dragon,...)

Liam Scott
Liam Scott

you mean the one outside of the solar system coming to earth?

Jose Ramirez
Jose Ramirez

we need to remove friction that hold us back as a species. By that I mean niggers.

Henry Miller
Henry Miller

- Different kind of robots, able to care about human children, deep frozen
- Embyos or fetuses, deep frozen
- Artificial womb
- Probes going to Alpha Centauri or similar first
- Then probes with robots that raise human children after a underground base has been built
- Communication with Earth 4-5 years one way, and same time for answering

Every thing else makes no sense at all.

Kayden Evans
Kayden Evans

Are you trying to turn "your" thread into an hug box ?
We will never have any kind of advancement in space related endeavors as long as we keep feeding useless 3rd world trash while pretending they are our equals.

Lucas Gomez
Lucas Gomez

Obscene numbers of self-replicating robots with copies of your consciousness embedded in them with a constant stream of memories flowing back and forth to your original self where they become consolidated to one consciousness.

Daniel Sanders
Daniel Sanders

He doesn't know what the non-communication theorem is.

Alexander Wilson
Alexander Wilson

Collosal samefag

Carter Richardson
Carter Richardson

hitch a ride with the ayy lmaos

Asher King
Asher King

Anyone knows what the numbers for en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_pulse_propulsion#Project_Orion translate to in terms of acceleration, if we're more modest than the advertised weight limit of 8Mt? Unless we can approach sustainable acceleration of ~5m/s², it probably wouldn't be too practical for interstellar travel. And that's assuming we can make good enough shock absorbers. Ship that constantly fluctuates between 0.2G and 2G wouldn't be too liveable.

Another thing: is it even possible to deal with the threat of small fast space rocks? From what I understand, detecting objects orbiting earth smaller than ~10cm isn't easy. I imagine it doesn't get much easier in middle of nowhere.

William James
William James

I think just reading this thread killed off braincells. We have emoticon-using leftypol children who believe the solution to everything is to just 'take "the wealth" away from "elites"' and distribute "it" in a fairy-dust powered globalist commune vs only slightly less braindead highschool dropouts who get their information about outer-space and relativistic theory from R&M.

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John Bennett
John Bennett

You can't go FTL relative to anything.
What if 2 ships were each moving at 0.51c away from each other. Wouldn't that mean that you're moving at 102% of light speed relatively to the other spaceship?

Jack Hernandez
Jack Hernandez

implying one could move the universe to increase ship movement
Did you even think about what you posted befor you posted?
Hey guys I got a great idea since im so far from France and I wanna be there so to shorten travel time I'll bring France to me while I travel. Why the fuck have I not thought of this befor?

Luke Edwards
Luke Edwards

No. Simply adding speeds is wrong, it just is only less wrong at low speeds so it is a good enough estimate for mundane things.

Aaron Wilson
Aaron Wilson

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Blake Jones
Blake Jones

The post said "relative", so yes moving France and moving yourself to France is an allowed argument.

Kayden Bell
Kayden Bell

What if each quantum-entangled particle already knows what the next one will do?

Joseph Ortiz
Joseph Ortiz

In a big fukin RV like in Spaceballs.

Isaac King
Isaac King

Return to Feudalism.

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Blake Cox
Blake Cox

autism

Asher Brooks
Asher Brooks

Velocity does not add directly. Only in non-relativistic speeds does it approximate that. Each ship would observe the other moving away at approximately .81c

Sebastian Brown
Sebastian Brown

I envisage a future where all of humanity is space travelling and everybody forward time travels together.