I have read and heard about the concepts of curved, stretched space and I have some questions. <B>First defining what I mean:</B> The theory about warp is based upon the ability to bend ("shrink") space and to stretch space. Creating a warp bubble for travel would require that one would "shrink" space in front of me and stretch space behind me, making it possible to get to a point in the universe faster that the light could get there without breaking the light speed barrier, ie traveling a shorter path between two points than the straight line. <B>The questions:</B> - Is it possible to create a warp bubble? - How much energy would be necessary? - Is there a possibility that one would hurt the space/time by implementing this theory? - Do someone have a good link to more information about the subject?