NASA Scientists Are on a Mission to Break the Speed of Light
While the idea of breaking the "cosmic speed limit" is purely theoretical, scientists at NASA argue that a warp-traveling spacecraft is indeed possible.
“Nature can do it,” says the NASA engineer Dr. Harold White. “So the question is, can we do it?”
Dr. White is part of a team that is looking to warp the trajectory of a photon so that it may travel faster than the speed of light.
While the idea of breaking the "cosmic speed limit" is purely theoretical, Dr. White argues that a warp-traveling spacecraft is indeed possible.
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Dr. White and his team are not alone. In the video below, Institute For Advanced Studies Senior Research Physicist Eric W. Davis explains how warp drive may be possible.
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