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This will deplete the rest of the Talk time gauge, but the chat won't end until after the Talk time gauge's next expected decrease. To change to night time, you can either wait until it is 7 PM, use the bed in Kirito's room to sleep until evening or use the inn's "Rest till night" option from the teleport menu.
It contains technical details sufficient to lead researchers to more substantive material, yet is easy enough to read for general interest. H., Prospects for Interstellar Travel, American Astronautical Society by Univelt Inc. Book; (370 pages) An overview of interstellar travel, the problems, proposed solutions and social issues. Discusses the necessity for the existence of negative energy density and the relation of that issue to the Casimir effect. Gonick, L., "Science Classics (Warp-and-woof drive)", In Discover, p. Comic-Strip (2 page); Playful and succinct explanation of the 1994 Alcubierre "warp drive"; article.
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A., "The Cosmic Background Radiation and the new Aether Drift", In Scientific American, Vol. The missing mass is called "dark matter."; Unconfirmed candidates for this missing mass are the neutrino and the following forms of "cold dark matter:"; axions, photinos, and cosmic strings. Article (2 pg); Clear explanation of a variety of gravitational wave detectors, who is doing what, and speculates on sources of gravitational radiation. Pool, R., "Closing in On Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity", In Science, Vol. Classical physics tends toward a "no," while quantum physics leans to a "maybe, yes."; Equal amounts of positive energy density matter will also be required. Theoretically, the possible weak links of the theory are the reliance on "parton"; perspectives (assuming that all matter is fundamentally constructed of charged particles) and the Abrahm-Lorentz radiation damping equation. Newton's G = ãc Hz)] Unfortunately, this perspective does not yet provide clues for how to experimentally manipulate gravity using electromagnetics. It also discussed the role of ZPE and mentions Zitterbewegung in the context of experimental evidence for the existence of negative mass. Paper (19 pg); Shows that the negative mass propulsion scheme does NOT violate conservation of momentum even though no reaction mass is expelled.
Article (2 pages); An introduction to the theory of Haisch, et at. Introduces a variety of avenues to possibly satisfy these objections, including introducing the notion of coupling to distant masses via the fundamental structure of the intervening space and the associated need for alternative treatments of space physics. States that Centauri cluster is reachable within 50 yrs given a velocity of 10% lightspeed, and 25 stars are within reach given 30% lightspeed.
For the case of spring-coupled unequal masses, oscillations occur and energy is conserved using the potential energy of the spring. G., (NASA, Lewis Research Center), "Exploring the Notion of Space Coupling Propulsion", In Vision 21: Space Travel for the Next Millennium, Symposium Proceedings, Apr 1990, NASA-CP-10059, p. Paper; Identifies the 3 major objections to the notion of propelling a vehicle by coupling to the properties of space: (1) violates conservation of momentum, (2) no reactive media in space, (3) no grand unified theories to link gravity with other controllable phenomena. The paper discusses Tachyons and Wormholes concluding that it is "very unlikely that interactive tachyons exist";, and the we don't know enough about Wormholes to render judgement. 14, p 243-252, (1986) Article: Comments on a variety of scientifically plausible propulsion schemes.
The book constrains itself mostly to existing science and projected technology. It contains sufficient details to lead researchers to more substantive material. D., (ed), Science Fiction and Space Futures Past & Present, American Astronautical Society Historical Series, Vol 5, (1982). 35-39, (September-October 1994) Article (5 page); Discusses the issues and unanswered questions of Faster-Than-Light phenomena; causality issues, time travel implications, tachyon theory requiring imaginary mass, and wormhole theory.
It also touches on longer-term and more speculative ideas, including space warps, Zero Point Energy and Higgs fields. Book; Explores the connection between Science Fiction and advances in astronautics. & Zimmerman, H., Starlog Photo Guidebook to Spaceships (Enlarged Edition), Starlog Press, O"Quinn Studios, NY NY, 1980, 2nd printing, ISBN 0-931064-23- 6, (1982) Book; (98 pages); Chronicles the cinematic and television art of science fiction space vehicles from their beginning through the publication date. It mentions the conclusions of the May 1994 workshop at NASA JPL on this topic.