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robtillaart

Interesting developments - http://io9.com/5963263/how-nasa-will-build-its-very-first-warp-drive - (no Arduino involved yet ;)
Rob Tillaart

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Nick Gammon

Apparently you might wipe out the welcoming party:

http://www.universetoday.com/93882/warp-drives-may-come-with-a-killer-downside/
Please post technical questions on the forum, not by personal message. Thanks!

More info:
http://www.gammon.com.au/electronics

Boffin1

Well, that solves the problem of how to communicate with the  welcoming committee on the beach, just zap them  :-)

robtillaart

Interesting article Nick!
Just shoot the beam at the star?

Other progress - http://www.gizmag.com/st-andrews-tractor-beam/25974/ -
Rob Tillaart

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teckel


Interesting article Nick!
Just shoot the beam at the star?

Other progress - http://www.gizmag.com/st-andrews-tractor-beam/25974/ -


I have a cousin who works for NASA and you should hear of the things they're working on.  When you hear it, it sounds like something straight out of Star Trek.  It's actually where they got their inspiration.  RIP Gene Roddenberry.

Tim
My hardware: Arduino, Teensy 2.0, Teensy 3.2 & custom ATmega328 systems
My libraries: NewPing, LCDBitmap, toneAC, toneAC2, NewTone, TimerFreeTone
My projects: http://www.DogBlocker.com/
My beer: Great Lakes Brewing Co. Lake Erie Monster

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