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# 31
02-24-2013, 10:19 AM
The south pole is cold yes (observable and proven)

however transportation of protons is not

just because a similar proton was seen afterward proves nothing
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# 32
02-24-2013, 10:22 AM
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The south pole is cold yes (observable and proven)

however transportation of protons is not

just because a similar proton was seen afterward proves nothing
shouldn't you be at church right now?
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# 33
02-24-2013, 10:33 AM
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It will happen when women take over the world.

















Which might be happening coincidentally.
I, for one, welcome our new female overlords.



Y'know folks, all we have to do is just wait until the 2030's, Zephram Cochrane will be born in Montana, and BAM, free ticket to Star Trek-land for humanity.

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# 34
02-24-2013, 10:51 AM
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No we have NOT
No credible independant lab has created a visible (with the human eye) quantity of this theoretical material

its like higgs particles it has only been "observed by effect" by people who are deliberately looking
its seen by other stuff reacting to it (ie its hearsay)

as i say Unicorns , bigfoot , anti matter (actually in theory the existance of ANY at all would be potentially fatal for the cosmos)

you want to prove something exists
make 1 lb of it in a jar
You can't exactly put antimatter in a jar. -_-

But in response to this post, I give you these links.

Overview of the concept of antimatter.

Antiprotons

Antineutrons

Antihydrogen

Now, these may not be the antimatter bombs we see in Star Trek, but they could very well be the first steps towards them.
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# 35 Warp Drive
02-24-2013, 11:10 AM
I read an article from online, it talks about the possibility of warp drive. If I find the article I will post it for you all to look at and make your own opinions on it.

here is the link

http://io9.com/5963263/how-nasa-will...rst-warp-drive
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# 36
02-24-2013, 11:38 AM
One of my favorite slideshows - http://scaleofuniverse.com/

Kinda puts this thread into perspective
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# 37
02-24-2013, 11:47 AM
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Something I've always rather felt is, that Star Trek is kind of...too perfect, at least the TNG era feels that way to me. It seems to me that in some ways, Star Trek in general, is rather unobtainable, in various ways.

Technology: As it stands now, most technology in Star Trek is still very very within the realm of sci-fi, and until such a time as proved otherwise, isn't currently obtainable for us within the early 21st century.

United Earth: This is the big point to me. Not so much the united governments, but more humanity as a species, at this point in time, I do honestly wonder if humanity could truly put aside all differences and such, and unite for all time like that.

Aliens: Most sci-fi series make aliens be our allies or our enemies, or a mixture there-of. While I don't want to get into an argument on if aliens exist or not, just that if they did, I honestly wonder how...benevolent they might actually be. I mean, what would humanity truly have to offer the greater galaxy?

There's more, but I'll leave it with that for the time being. Do you all think that 'Star Trek' is possible for us in reality?
Nope.

...and I'm so sure of that for so many different reasons I will bet you 100 bucks. You can collect if we live to be 200.
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# 38
02-24-2013, 11:53 AM
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shouldn't you be at church right now?
No its a Sunday

Besides religion is a no no here
science is of course a sort of religion in and of itself
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# 39
02-24-2013, 11:56 AM
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No its a Sunday

Besides religion is a no no here
science is of course a sort of religion in and of itself
No. Science needs facts and evidence, and speculation and faith is not part of the science, until it has been proven.

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# 40
02-24-2013, 02:16 PM
the universe in 'Mass Effect' seems more plausible in my opinion..

although that does rely on the existence of a completely fictional element..hmm.

ok, well aside from that, the political/sociological/technological aspect of it, i found quite convincing.

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