Faster Than Light Travel Is Possible
One of the problems in visiting other solar systems has been that traveling faster than light was impossible... Well, it seems it isn't after all.
Theoretical physicist, Miguel Alcubierre Moya proposed a method for changing the geometry of space by creating a wave which would cause the fabric of space ahead of a spacecraft to contract, and the space behind it to expand. The ship would then ride this wave inside a region of flat space known as a warp bubble, and would not move within this bubble, but instead be carried along as the region itself moves due to the actions of the drive.
Such a drive could result in "speeds" that could take a spacecraft to Alpha Centauri in a mere two weeks — even though the system is 4.3 light-years away.
Wiki: Alcubierre Drive
io9: Alcubierre Drive
Extremetech: NASA Working On Faster-Than-Light Travel
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