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macosx4

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Report this Aug. 27 2004, 9:56 pm

Ok, Here's an Idea i have come up with:
A Galatic Drive. Go from one Galaxy to another in a short time (compared to warp drive). For example: 1m lightyears to travel in 15 minutes is GW(Galatic Warp) One. So if the Andromada galaxy is two million light years away and you wanted to get there in 30 minutes, the speed to choose is GW2. But to avoid transwarp...

Got it! Higher Space. Sub-space is like below space. So it is faster than normal space. But since Higher Space is above space, it is faster.

Just an idea. Tell me what u think.
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AquamonkeyEG

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Report this Aug. 28 2004, 12:05 am

i believe that is called "Hyperspace" and it is already used in Stargate SG-1 as a means of intergalactic travel by the Asgard, Ancients, and Replicators. the replicators capable of suping up a Ha'tak hyperdrive engine to go 15 million ly in a matter of minutes (125 yrs for the Goa'uld to make same trip)

tabularasa44

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Report this Aug. 28 2004, 12:38 am

the Goa'uld also use hyperspace but they cant move as fast threw it as the asgard ,replicators,ancients ,and most likely the Nox,Furlings

AquamonkeyEG

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Report this Aug. 28 2004, 1:18 am

i guess the tollans would be included in that list, but they said it would take too long to get to their new homeworld by ship. i doubt the Nox use ships, they probly used the stargates to get to the summits with the other advanced races. we know nothing about the furlings though... HEY!!! u know that 1 ship (too lazy to look up the episode) that was trying to terraform a planet and repopulate it with an alien race that were defeated long ago. but the planet was colonized by some guys sensitive to UV with the help of SGC and they couldn't go back to their homeworld because there was no stargate. the ship then created an interactive watever to better communicate with those guys to tell them they had to leave. maybe the race of aliens on that terraforming ship are the Furlings, that could make an interesting follow-up episode

Vold

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Report this Aug. 28 2004, 8:54 pm

Quote (BorgDroneofUnimatrix01 @ Aug. 27 2004, 6:56 pm)
Ok, Here's an Idea i have come up with:
A Galatic Drive.  Go from one Galaxy to another in a short time (compared to warp drive).  For example: 1m lightyears to travel in 15 minutes is GW(Galatic Warp) One.  So if the Andromada galaxy is two million light years away and you wanted to get there in 30 minutes, the speed to choose is GW2.  But to avoid transwarp...

Got it!  Higher Space.  Sub-space is like below space.  So it is faster than normal space.  But since Higher Space is above space, it is faster.

Just an idea.  Tell me what u think.

1. The Caretakers should have something like that, after all they are from another galaxy.
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2. The only time i think the Feds will have this is somewhere the 31st Century.

They have to explore their own galaxy before thinking about other galaxies.

Anyway, there's 1 problem about exploring other galaxies i'm wondering.

The universe is still expanding non-stop, galaxies will be further apart every millenium/centuries.

I wonder how they will keep in contact with their galaxy neighbours if they stranded too far again & again.

:)

AquamonkeyEG

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Report this Aug. 28 2004, 10:33 pm

that would also mean they need a hyperspace communication system since subspace communications dont go anywhere near that far

Vold

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Report this Aug. 28 2004, 10:37 pm

If i'm not mistaken, they already had an "Intergalactic Phone Call"

The Pathfinder project. When all conditions are ready, they are able to communicate over 40,000 light-years away almost instantaneous.

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Grand_Admiral

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Report this Aug. 28 2004, 10:49 pm

Quote (Vold @ Aug. 28 2004, 2:37 pm)
If i'm not mistaken, they already had an "Intergalactic Phone Call"

The Pathfinder project. When all conditions are ready, they are able to communicate over 40,000 light-years away almost instantaneous.

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That's not even close enough to communicate with another galaxy, especially since the Andromeda is 2.3 millionlys away.  Even our own galaxy is 100,000 ly.

They are going to need something faster and better.

Vold

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Report this Aug. 28 2004, 10:56 pm

But its a big first step.

Not to mentioned,
we're not sure of its full range, it may be limitless, lol

:)

AquamonkeyEG

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Report this Aug. 28 2004, 11:17 pm

that would be an INTRAgalactic phone call not INTERgalactic.

since it uses micro singularities/wormholes i guess there is no limit to how far it can go, it would just take a great deal of time and energy to target and direct the wormhole to a location that far away

tabularasa44

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Report this Aug. 29 2004, 1:36 am

Quote (AquamonkeyEG @ Aug. 28 2004, 8:17 pm)
that would be an INTRAgalactic phone call not INTERgalactic.

since it uses micro singularities/wormholes i guess there is no limit to how far it can go, it would just take a great deal of time and energy to target and direct the wormhole to a location that far away

I agree they would probaly need alot of power to push that wormhole out there probaly alot more than a couple of ships can put out if not hundreds of ships power

Vold

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Report this Aug. 29 2004, 1:39 am

by that time i'm sure they found a way to stabilized the Omega Molecule, to provide the needed power.

7 of 9 is the leading scientist on that project. But she only can start the project, it may end with someone else fullfilling it.

this thing takes time.

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tabularasa44

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Report this Aug. 29 2004, 1:39 am

Quote (BorgDroneofUnimatrix01 @ Aug. 27 2004, 6:56 pm)
Ok, Here's an Idea i have come up with:
A Galatic Drive.  Go from one Galaxy to another in a short time (compared to warp drive).  For example: 1m lightyears to travel in 15 minutes is GW(Galatic Warp) One.  So if the Andromada galaxy is two million light years away and you wanted to get there in 30 minutes, the speed to choose is GW2.  But to avoid transwarp...

Got it!  Higher Space.  Sub-space is like below space.  So it is faster than normal space.  But since Higher Space is above space, it is faster.

Just an idea.  Tell me what u think.
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Oh and i have forgotten to say this is a great ideal but it has already bin thought of and put on a sight and a sight and a ship and somewhat of a backstory to it if you are in to noncanon stuff which can be good stuff the site is startrekaustrail.com or something like that

human_of_the_plains

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Report this Aug. 29 2004, 3:18 am

Some of the logical ways I can see to get to another galaxy are:

1. Wormholes (even with the above mentioned problems).

2. Spacial folding (it worked in Voy for long distances, but not long enough to galaxy jump, I don't think). Also we would have to figure out how to deal with the anti-neutrino radiation (forgive me if that is not quite right, it's been a while since I saw that episode).

3. Stasis (I personally wouldn't be caught trusting my ever waking up to a computer).

4. Find a different universe/dimension that is "smaller" (short distance there equals longer distance here, therefore jump into alternate universe/dimension, travel 20-30 thousand ly jump back into ours and it would be 2-3 mil ly here).

5. Or we could just do it in an old fashioned way and travel sublight and just make the ship more of a traveling station or mini-planet.

6. Or my best idea yet, let's use transporters to get a ship, crew, colony, etc... over that vast void. (just joking).

There are probably others that I'm over looking but most, if not all, of them are going to take too much to really be worth it, 'cause humans aren't going to over-populate the entire Milky Way Galaxy. Or they are just too improbable (not impossible) too even try.

AquamonkeyEG

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Report this Aug. 29 2004, 3:24 am

2. that is Coaxial Warp i believe, and Paris solved the problem with that drive by making something analogous to a carburetor that diluted the anti-neutrinos entering the core.

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