The science behind such notions as warp drive and gravity-control is examined to show the connections between the known, the anomalies, and the visions. Recent experiments hint that inertial frames might be dragged with ultra-cold matter. Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity has been applied to suggest how to circumvent the light-speed limit. And cosmological observations continue to accumulate that boggle the mind: “dark matter,” “dark energy,” and the anomalous trajectories of deep space probes. Learn about these and about the technical book that was published in 2009 on these topics.
Eric W. Davis* and Marc G. Millis†
*Institute for Advanced Studies at Austin, Austin, Texas 78759
†Tau Zero Foundation, Fairview Park, OH 44126.
Recorded at the 29th annual SSE Conference in 2010 in Boulder, Colorado, USA.
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Published on May 5, 2011