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Is it possible Star Trek is real?

Captan_jean_luc_picard_1A

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Report this Apr. 02 2009, 7:58 pm

Quote (DarthServo @ Mar. 27 2009, 2:12 am)
Quote (GrandLunar2007 @ Mar. 21 2009, 7:03 am)
The real genie for us right now would be the plasma drive.

Um, no, the genie is the fact that traveling light speed requires infinite energy because as you approach c, your mass approaches infinity. This is widely known to anyone who has taken any amount of physics.

Physics are different in space.

lol they have not gotten to scanning space on the required levels.

Captan_jean_luc_picard_1A

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Report this Apr. 02 2009, 8:01 pm

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A lot of things have already come true....and I actually believe that dimension they use does exist...

The problem is...it doesn't extend into this atmosphere.

actually its not really a dimension...its a layer of space.


Believing in something does not make it so.

There are physicists that speculate on the subject of a sort of warp drive, and none involve fictious subspace. Closest we may get to that would be in string theory, and even that is still hypothetical. It mainly solves certain problems.

We shouldn't get ahead of ourselves, Captain. We still have plenty of real estate in our own solar system to use, and plenty of time before we would really need to relocate before the sun begins to make Earth more like Venus.

And as said by other poster, who are you exactly to judge if humanity is "ready" or not?

Then I guess you don't know your Warp Engines.

as for beliefs.

It isn't spiratal...

It is my theory.

I aint depending upon some book that was made by someone in a cave.

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Report this Apr. 03 2009, 12:53 am

Quote (Captan_jean_luc_picard_1A @ April 02 2009, 7:55 pm)
Go to hell as your name means. ¿

Actually, in Roman astronomy, Lucifer was the name given to the morning star (the star we now know by another Roman name, Venus). The morning star appears in the heavens just before dawn, heralding the rising sun. The name derives from the Latin term lucem ferre, bringer, or bearer, of light."

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I didn't say I was going to build my engine.


It's not a matter of not building it...it's that it CAN'T be built.

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I had some things to do lately.




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I aint going to waste anymore breath on this one.


Good idea; judging by your posts your brain is already starved for oxygen.

GrandLunar2007

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Report this Apr. 03 2009, 7:11 am

Quote (Captan_jean_luc_picard_1A @ April 02 2009, 8:01 pm)
Quote (GrandLunar2007 @ Mar. 28 2009, 1:14 am)
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A lot of things have already come true....and I actually believe that dimension they use does exist...

The problem is...it doesn't extend into this atmosphere.

actually its not really a dimension...its a layer of space.


Believing in something does not make it so.

There are physicists that speculate on the subject of a sort of warp drive, and none involve fictious subspace. Closest we may get to that would be in string theory, and even that is still hypothetical. It mainly solves certain problems.

We shouldn't get ahead of ourselves, Captain. We still have plenty of real estate in our own solar system to use, and plenty of time before we would really need to relocate before the sun begins to make Earth more like Venus.

And as said by other poster, who are you exactly to judge if humanity is "ready" or not?

Then I guess you don't know your Warp Engines.

as for beliefs.

It isn't spiratal...

It is my theory.

I aint depending upon some book that was made by someone in a cave.

Given that warp engines don't exist in reality, no one "knows" them.

Belief isn't just for spirituality.
It also applies to belief in a concept.
Example:

-"There was something down there! There was life!"
-"You don't know that!"
-"I believe that!"

lanceromega

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Report this Apr. 03 2009, 2:02 pm

Quote (spocksboss1 @ Jan. 31 2009, 10:05 pm)
Is it possible that 'Star Trek' is real?

No if you even need to ask, i would advice seeing a doctor... ;)

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