NASA Works on Faster than Light Travel

This article accentuates the massive increase in knowledge that we are faced with these days. This along with the CERN stargate or time travel technology definitely boggles the mind. Of course the caliber of the world’s leaders are morally bankrupt to say the least. So what happens when High Tech meets low morals. Not Good!

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Like many others, I love space. The idea of literally reaching the stars has captivated me ever since I was young and I would do nigh-anything to achieve that dream. Unfortunately, there’s one little thing that stands between us and our forays into the great black void: distance. The closest star to us, Alpha Centauri is about 4.37 light years away from us. That might not sound like much, but when you do the math you’ll get a staggering 41.34 x 10^12 km. Now, science fiction constantly makes mention of Faster Than Light (FTL) travel in which, as a quick Google search will tell you due to the ambiguity of the name, spacecraft move at speeds that exceed the speed of light, thereby allowing quicker and more efficient travel between planets and space ports. There’s just one problem with that, though: moving at the speed of light, let alone…

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