@SeelenVerKaufer , beat me to it. That movie still freaks me out.
@rezd, i still hear the screams
@SeelenVerKaufer , gotta watch it on DVD or Blu-ray, so you can frame by frame the scene, "Hell is merely a word to you. Let me show you!"
I mean, it is a good way to explain wormholes...
I would be much more interested to see them explain some kind of warp drive that functions by compressing space, instead of falling back on folding space.
@Aegis, so it's like a 3-dimensional hole in 4-dimensional space, right?
@Empshok, A wormhole is more like folding space so that 2 points that are normally far apart become connected. Compression space drives would function by making space smaller in from of the craft and re-expand it behind it. Making a "bubble" of space that seems to move faster than light between the two points.
@Aegis, basically ant man technology but affecting all the atoms in the space in front of the ship not the ship itself
@Richard Cypher, No, antman tech affects the distance between atoms, compression drives would make space itself smaller. Like a rapid inversion of dark energy. The nothingness of space would, itself, be compressed as well as all the matter in it.
@Aegis, an alcubier drive would be like making an air bubble in some kind of pressurized air bubble for the skin of the bubble and shooting said bubble faster than the speed of sound right? Sound being light and air being space
@Aegis, sounds like some kinda op anime power from JoJo
@Aegis, this just reminds me of the spaceship in Futurama. “Instead of the engines pushing the ship through space, they move space around the ship!”
@Kyroll, Essentially, yes.
@Prince super Vegeta , Precisely that. I had forgotten the name of it.
Every science nonfiction movie trying to explain how to put a pencil through paper.
Everyone else in the room: “oh, yeah...” *has no idea”
Ah yes. The wormhole. I’m used to wormholes….. wish it were anacondaholes… but hey when life give you lemons, throw a lemon party
@Casual tees, No. No Lemon Parties.