Two scientists have come up with a new method to cause a spaceship to effectively travel faster than the speed of light, without breaking the laws of physics. This means that spaceships that travel faster than light speed are possible, although at the moment, the amount of energy needed is greater than we can handle. If other civilizations have mastered this technique, the old scientific argument that they could never get here is moot. They may indeed be here.
By manipulating the extra spatial dimensions of string theory around a spaceship with an extremely large amount of energy, it would create a "bubble" that could cause the ship to travel faster than the speed of light.
Researcher Gerald Cleaver says, "Think of it like a surfer riding a wave. The ship would be pushed by the spatial bubble and the bubble would be traveling faster than the speed of light."
Physicists estimate that the amount of energy needed to do this is equivalent to the entire mass of Jupiter being converted into pure energy for a ship measuring roughly 10 meters by 10 meters by 10 meters. Cleaver says, "That is an enormous amount of energy. We are still a very long ways off before we could create something to harness that type of energy." Whitley Strieber reports that he was told by the visitors he encountered that their spacecraft traveled in a "bubble" of gravity that was its own tiny universe, and this was why they could go faster than light. This is a simple but clear description of a drive very much like the ones being described here.
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