I was hoping to find those willing to share their thinking outside the box on this subject here regardless of how spectacular it may seem, just to spark new ideas using vivid imagination and hopefully also disregard all man made laws of physics and mathematics in the process as thinking outside the box is the only way to discover new interesting anomalies after all.
So Lynx, what was the question again? Travelling to the stars in no time at all?
I think Cycle has made it clear, even if you became a photon, you'd still be limited to covering distance at 300,000 kilometers per second and since the stars are so far away, you'll be dead long before you get there. Case closed.
Oh and by the way, Tesla's LMD waves don't actually penetrate a Faraday Cage. That was just an measurement artifact due to a poorly constructed test apparatus. If Cycle redid the test properly, all would see clearly no electromagnetic radiation escapes.
You know, sometimes I forget why I joined this forum. It seems all the really good stuff has already been solved. The scientific method gave us the answers. Let's deal with it since there is really very little left to learn about our little world, our prison planet. We don't need any instincts, creativity or imagination, science is the bomb. Let's just spin our wheels in circles until we blow ourselves up. There's nothing else out there and if there is, it's way too far away to worry about. Eat, sleep, work, sh1t, shower, shave, pay taxes and die. I'm all in. What's not to like about this world. It's scientifically perfect. Ah man, got to love it, while you cry yourself to sleep.......zzzzzzzzzzzzZZZZZZZZZZZ :offtobed:
And dream about reality. Hopefully my heart stops in the process.
I'm pretty sure I don't get 50 more years on this small planet, but I can do my very best to stretch the box frames a little.
I have a copy of Einstein's theory of relativity and I can understand that you would be better served getting a grip of it all if you also understood the math, but just by reading his examples about the train, lighting strikes, etc, that in itself gets ideas spinning in my head.
He really knew how to think outside the box.
I wonder what theories he would have had to share with us today.