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Is it feasible to implement warpdrives using lasers. Are there any commercial laser instrumentation, laser kits, or holographic setups that implement warpdrives.

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Quantum fluctuations of spacetime - Google Books

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spinor warp drive - Google Scholar

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Old 10-20-2009, 11:23 AM #2
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If there aren't any commercial devices that implement warpdrives, would you please kindly build them and sell them in the market.
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are you talking about....? are you talking about warping space time with high powered lasers? this is possible.. i have heard that if you had enough power and the exact alignment of mirrors you are able to get the laser in an endless loop causing a warping effect on space time... dunno if thats what you wanted to know... can you exaplain your self a bit better?
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are either of these the kind of thing you are referring too?...

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i know that they are not commercially available devices, but just trying to figure out the kind of thing you are looking for...
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Could be wrong, but I think this is just spam.
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are you talking about....? are you talking about warping space time with high powered lasers? this is possible.. i have heard that if you had enough power and the exact alignment of mirrors you are able to get the laser in an endless loop causing a warping effect on space time... dunno if thats what you wanted to know... can you exaplain your self a bit better?
Yeah I have seen that too. Though I don't know how you angle mirrors "precise" enough to put it into an infinite loop. Wouldn't that mean the mirrors would need to be infinity accurate?

But god, wouldn't it be crazy to start one of them things up and receive messages from your self in the "future"?

Though I think starting one of these things up would do "bad" things. Just seems it would create a segment of time looping into who knows what, grabbing and messing with time around it (linked to us).

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Hi,

It is important to go for having some good clamp diodes that will work good for the warpdrives.


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hmm... seems like a spam thread... if you give us more info we can try help u.. other wise it might be time to bring out the spam... wooohoo
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