nanotech and anti-gravity explain the Rosevelt

Discussion in 'Physics & Math' started by Swordsman, Sep 11, 2001.

  1. Swordsman Registered Member


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  3. Moose Registered Member


    this sounds too much like red dwarf shit too me.... i appreciate ur thoughts, but really?
    using engines that create their own gravity whatever etc.. i am for, and have thought too upon this for a long time.
    Purely because

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    nothing can exceed SOL, but,. it appears that gravity and its virtual particle the graviton, have to be transmitted faster than light, as their effects are simultaneous.

    however, i know jack (shit), so that is me own thoughts....

    moosey rocking it up
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  5. Boris2 Valued Senior Member


    Are you thinking of Nitinol? A Nickel-Titanium alloy. AKA "memory wire. Used in orthodontics.

    Nothing with mass can achieve light speed, the laws of physics say so.

    I don't believe you can "make" gravity. Gravity is the effect of mass on spacetime.
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  7. kmguru Staff Member

    Re: Nitinol

    The idea is to create the effect of gravity by sometype of force that when generated (like magnetic force) attracts all molecules, not just iron, nickel etc molecules. We are not there yet.
  8. John Devers (AVATAR) Registered Senior Member

    Boris, that's not quite correct you can achieve light speed, it's things with mass cannot accellerate to the speed of light.

    Check out JRs post in another thread.

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