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No, we didn’t create a microscopic warp bubble. But we may be getting closer and closer to actually doing it.
Paradoxically, we’re both closer and farther from zooming across the galaxy than you might think…
A new estimate for the energy required to power a warp drive puts the theoretical technology well within the realm of plausibility.
Theoretical warp drives keep finding more ways to kill their users and everything around them. This time, with artificial black holes.
Warp drives might not just be the fastest way to explore the universe. They might also be weapons of mass destruction on a stellar scale.