Faster-than-light space travel, anyone?

  1. Larry Fields profile image90
    Larry Fieldsposted 2 years ago

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    It's difficult to be a science fiction buff, without also being interested in the possibility of faster-than-light propagation of matter through space.  Tachyons are theoretical particles that fit the bill. Supposedly, it would take infinite energy to slow down a tachyon to light speed. However there is a fly in the ointment.

    In some popularized articles on Special Relativity, science writers carefully specify their frames of reference, because the universe does not have a preferred coordinate system. However this quaint nuance is lacking in popular treatments of tachyons.

    What's up with that? Is the theory of tachyons junk science?

    1. hfortinberry profile image60
      hfortinberryposted 2 years ago in reply to this

      You ARE talking about science "fiction" here, not science nonfiction, which would perhaps provide a theory that has truth at its base.  If you are interested in examining one such theory, please google, "LOGICS of the KINGDOM..." which will give you a research-backed theory of the universe on both macro as well as quantum levels,  See logicsofthekingdom.com for more information.

      1. Larry Fields profile image90
        Larry Fieldsposted 2 years ago in reply to this

        Hi hfortinberry,
        Thanks for stopping by. After clicking on your profile, I couldn't help but notice that you do not have any featured hubs yet.  You obviously have something to say. I encourage you to take the plunge, and post some articles here at HubPages.

 
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