0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
ImatfaalWe agreed on something? 
"The larger they are, the more energy they pump into distances created for it. "Pardon?There are so many assumptions in the suggestion that "No physical accelerator today can reach that energy, but if you made one the size of the solar system, you could potentially reach that energy level." that it's impossible to say whether it's true or not.Getting roughly half a megawatt hour of energy into one particle would still be tricky, no matter how big the accelerator was.
WTF?"The larger they are, the more energy they pump into distances created for it. "Do you realise that your sentence (quoted above) makes no sense?I'm well enough aware of Mr Kaku's work to have heard his estimate that it would take the energy from a star to make a time machine.I said it would be tricky.Do you really disagree with that assessment?