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PHYSICS AND STAR TREK

One of my pastimes involves attempting to come up with fictional explanations for the "science" in various science fiction entertainment (especially Star Trek) given what we know about physics today. Some people have photobooks or scrapbooking as a hobby, I enjoy physics and Star Trek. The selections presented here offer two of my attempts at exploring Star Trek physics. Choose one to learn more about it.

__ Relativity and FTL Travel
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The "Relativity and FTL Travel" FAQ is a solid, easy to follow introduction to relativity combined with a discussion of the problems and implications of faster-than-light travel.


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You can also use the Quick Navigation panel to the left to jump straight to any part of the FAQ. Select "Other Versions" in that panel to read about the various versions (e.g. plain text) in which the FAQ is offered.

Subspace Physics
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This document is a fictional account of how subspace and warp might be imagined to work while still allowing for such things as momentum and energy conservation.


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