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PostPosted: Thu May 25, 2006 7:30 am    Post subject: Cold Fusion engine for a hyperdrive engine Reply with quote

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Is it possible to build a hyperdrive engine
for faster-than-light travel with a
cold fusion reactor or do you
recommend to use a gravity engine
to open a wormhole for that
purpose?
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PostPosted: Thu May 25, 2006 4:31 pm    Post subject: Re: Cold Fusion engine for a hyperdrive engine Reply with quote

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Is it possible to build a hyperdrive engine
for faster-than-light travel with a
cold fusion reactor or do you
recommend to use a gravity engine
to open a wormhole for that
purpose?


How lovely!

Every interstellar craft has one...

I've got one on my shelf, I only need the fuel... If only I had fuel!

How can you have a hole in nothing? Have you ever met an interstelllar worm?
A wormhole has a worm living in it. Is there any observational evidence?

The answer in no. To get a better picture take a degree in physics and then
do a research degree in atrosphysics and find out how to build a hypersrive
engine.

Try Science fiction to get some idea of how one may be made, science fiction
is usually 60 years ahead of the real thing so if you are 18 by the time you
have graduated you might be able to build one for the survivors who are with
you in the midst of this global catasrophy.

Oh and I want it built and running by monday afternoon at the latest.

http://www.chrisspages.co.uk

Chris.


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