Originally posted by sonhouseIf confirmed, I guess it would.
Here is an article about some odd findings about gravity, if confirmed, sounds to me like it can be used for a radical kind of space propulsion system, I am talking about the referance to the spinning superconductor experiment which seemed to show an increase in gravity in the center of the ring.
What do you think? Am I just fan ...[text shortened]... med, it would seem to me to have to require changes of some kind to general relativity, perhaps.
Originally posted by Bad wolfNah, I'm not so sure.
If confirmed, I guess it would.
Such a space drive would decades off I think, even that is incredibly optimistic...
Originally posted by FabianFnasMe thinks they'd come up something better before this actually became a viable option.
Nah, I'm not so sure.
To dabble with the laws of nature, it will cost. Even if there is a theoretical solution how to use it as a new propulsion method it would not be cheap. Perhaps it would even need more energy than the good ol' chemical rockets.
What what would I know about it...?