Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Dark_Convoy, Sep 25, 2008.
Chinese Say They're Building 'Impossible' Space Drive | Danger Room from Wired.com
We are gonna have to go right to....LUDICROUS SPEED!!
You know the US willl be on this one if they already havent gottent their hands on it yet.
If something sounds to good to be true and all that...
But we'll never know for sure unless we (that's a "humanity" we) try, right?
I want some Emdrive shoes
.... um does that mean i should stop reading space bridge schematics?
It's China's money to spend. Heck knows the US had its time with false theories before. And if it does work, good for them for taking the chance.
...Although I think they're more likely to see a whole bunch of wasted money.
It's not an Impossible Drive... it's just an Infinite Improbability Drive.
Gotta agree here.
If it works, though... awesome!
Bootlegs will now arrive before the Hasbro versions.
41 days to Mars? That's amazing!
Although still amazingly cool if it works.
IMO NASA and the chinese space agency should get together to build a space elevator (or multiple ones, if possible.) Then we would have an easy way of ferrying personnel and materials to and fro the surface to space, from which space-ships, including ships using this space drive, if it works, to get around the solar system, mining, colonising, etc.
That's why China is making all the Reflector KOs. Test pilots.
I still wanna see Japan come through with their space elevator, would be fun to see pics of that thing sticking out from earth into space heh.
Having read Spotlight: Wheelie, I predict epic fail!
Is this going to be like the "impossible" sit up? Fool me once...
I wouldn't dought there will be a drive like this
I mean after all, a 12 year old kid made an even smaller more complex solar cell..
Doubt. It's spelled doubt. You seem to be caught up on this word today.
, i'm amazed you noticed...
Yes, i'm stuck on it, I have that problem ALOT with the word doubt
I get that way with certain words as well.
As far as this story. I do put it up there with the garage scientists "discovering" how to use water as fuel.
Separate names with a comma.