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sleepsleep
is that possible (even for those UFO or etc vehicles to move really fast?

i mean, how is that possible? if somehow u got some stone or whatever shit in the middle, and you bump to it, you will certainly gonna say bye bye to this world.

unless you could move in a different dimension.

1000km/hour will probably cost lives to if somehow the monkey appear in the middle of the road.
02 Jul 2011, 00:17
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Light would be a good example in this case.
02 Jul 2011, 00:28
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sleepsleep
typedef wrote:

Light would be a good example in this case.

i am thinking more to physical stuffs.
02 Jul 2011, 01:22
typedef

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Well then, if you move in a different dimension and you really practiced how to fly your saucer, you can do it.
02 Jul 2011, 03:35
Tyler

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Moving in a different dimension (and not in the 4 we see) would imply you're not moving in the 4 we see (ie you're standing still).

You have to understand what a dimension is before that makes sense. A dimension is a direction, like up and down, right and left, forward and backward are 3 dimensions. Time is another, AFAWK, we only travel forward in it. To move in another dimension wouldn't change anything. It would be like moving right to move forward.

But, back on topic: Yes, the possibility of hitting stuff is definitely of concern to those travelling fast. Anything heavy enough to make a small hole can be potentially deadly. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Space_Shuttle_Columbia_disaster)
02 Jul 2011, 04:06
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sleepsleep
then why not make a certain object orbit our traveling fast object, so the orbit moon will crush the incoming object before parent got hit..
Maybe tats why ufo spin?

Or maybe spining could create own anti gravity, so they got some sort of unseen shield while travelling.
02 Jul 2011, 17:55
Tyler

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Does the moon sheild the Earth from everything that could possibly hit the Earth? No. What would make your analogous system more effective?

There's nothing to suggest "anti gravity" exists.
03 Jul 2011, 02:29
JoeCoder1

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Like dude the problem is acceleration. Once you get up to speed you are just cruising LOL
03 Jul 2011, 08:11
typedef

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JoeCoder1 wrote:
Like dude the problem is acceleration. Once you get up to speed you are just cruising LOL

Also considering friction and gravity I assume
03 Jul 2011, 15:12
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03 Jul 2011, 17:25
Coty

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If we flew around at 600 miles per second, then we would not be driving, the ships computer would. Then it could scan for 60,000+ miles and compensate the course in advance.
04 Jul 2011, 14:40
r22

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Bending space would be the only way to travel at light speed or better safely. Unless you came up with a shielding system that worked at those speeds.

Code:
```______ fabric of space

Start__________End

Start\         /End
\      /
\    /
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Start||End
/\
/  \
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```
05 Jul 2011, 12:18
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