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Actual Scientific Ways Space Travel Could Work

Actual Scientific Ways Space Travel Could Work

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HinikunaGoji

2KMember2270 XPMay-25-2021 10:35 AM

Disclaimer: I am not a professional or actual expert on the subject, my knowledge consists of research when I’m bored. And also this is also theoretical science, meaning there is much evidence to support it, but it’s definitely proved.

Ok moving on.

In any movie involving space travel, you have probably heard the term, Hyperspace, or light speed travel. Well Space Travel isn’t that easy. The Planet, Kepler-452b would take around 28 Million years to get to at the speed of light. Space Travel is dangerous too, astronauts risk their lives every day just by being there. So if Space Travel takes way too long and that’s enough time for bad things to happen, how could we ever travel? I have thought of two methods.

Wormholes

Wormholes are not confirmed to exist, so therefor this is not a viable option with our current understanding. But If they do exist, we could easily use them to travel and explore other planets.

Cryosleep

Also not real with current technology, but if we did figure it out then we could just wait out the long travel. Of course we’d need some type of protection.

If you have any ideas I’d love to hear them.

31 Responses to Actual Scientific Ways Space Travel Could Work

Die-hard Spino Fan

InitiateMember464 XPMay-25-2021 11:10 AM

Well there is an actual way to hibernate. Doctors sometimes take out a patient's blood and put in chilled salt water (saline) to chill their bodyand put them to sleep to drastically decrease the risk of brain damage. If they create a program that will put their blood back and take the saline out in, let's say, 40 years, it might work. 

Disclaimer: I am not an expert!

That is one big pile of shit - Ian Malcom, 1993

Die-hard Spino Fan

InitiateMember464 XPMay-25-2021 11:13 AM

The protection could be people who are woken up periodically and let's say, stay awake for a year, then the next people are woken up and the person who was awake goes back into hibernation.

That is one big pile of shit - Ian Malcom, 1993

HinikunaGoji

2KMember2270 XPMay-25-2021 11:41 AM

Die-hard Spino Fan

How do we prevent aging though?

Die-hard Spino Fan

InitiateMember464 XPMay-25-2021 12:52 PM

Well if the heart is not beating how can people age?

That is one big pile of shit - Ian Malcom, 1993

HinikunaGoji

2KMember2270 XPMay-25-2021 12:58 PM

keeping the cells alive, you’d need to keep them from diving, or find a way to keep them from breaking when they die, so you could jump start them

HinikunaGoji

2KMember2270 XPMay-25-2021 1:00 PM

also I didn’t address the fact that Traveling faster than the speed of light is impossible. This is the fact because beyond it, Space time doesn’t exist

Kattozilla

ConversationalistMember1245 XPMay-25-2021 1:05 PM

sooo...everyone becomes tardigrades

she/her/herself, dino/saur/dinoself, robo/bot/roboself

HinikunaGoji

2KMember2270 XPMay-25-2021 1:17 PM

Kattozilla

Tardigrades aren’t immortal, they still age. they just have high resistance 

Die-hard Spino Fan

InitiateMember464 XPMay-25-2021 1:49 PM

Or you could keep them on bypass. The blood is flowing but a machine is flowing it for them.

That is one big pile of shit - Ian Malcom, 1993

HinikunaGoji

2KMember2270 XPMay-25-2021 1:50 PM

Die-hard Spino Fan

Yes but the cells would need to stay alive and stop dividing, that’s what causes aging 

Die-hard Spino Fan

InitiateMember464 XPMay-25-2021 1:54 PM

ah, hmmmmm.

That is one big pile of shit - Ian Malcom, 1993

HinikunaGoji

2KMember2270 XPMay-25-2021 1:54 PM

or we could kill them, then jumpstart them. The only problem is cells break apart when they die

Die-hard Spino Fan

InitiateMember464 XPMay-25-2021 2:00 PM

Killing them and jump starting them would be a bit weird because it probably won't work after they have been dead for 10+ years.

That is one big pile of shit - Ian Malcom, 1993

HinikunaGoji

2KMember2270 XPMay-25-2021 2:02 PM

why not, the atoms are still there, ready to be a chemical reaction. But the cells breaking is the problem

 

Die-hard Spino Fan

InitiateMember464 XPMay-25-2021 2:04 PM

What about Rigor Mortis?

That is one big pile of shit - Ian Malcom, 1993

HinikunaGoji

2KMember2270 XPMay-25-2021 2:07 PM

isn’t permanent, and that doesn’t account for cell damage

HinikunaGoji

2KMember2270 XPMay-25-2021 6:13 PM

Rigor Mortis Tends to last only four days

Kattozilla

ConversationalistMember1245 XPMay-25-2021 6:26 PM

you dare defy the tardigrades p e a s a n t

 

ok im kidding but uhhh...i dunno science...i like science, and i want to know more about it, but uuh yeah not yet im not quite there

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HinikunaGoji

2KMember2270 XPMay-25-2021 6:38 PM

It’s weird

HinikunaGoji

2KMember2270 XPMay-25-2021 6:39 PM

Science is weird, nature is weird, the universe is weird, but one thing trumps all the universe in weirdness

p e o p l e

Kattozilla

ConversationalistMember1245 XPMay-25-2021 6:43 PM

y e s

 

wait, i've been reminded of something...Immortal jellyfish anyone? are they actually immortal (as in, 'resetting' their age) or is that just a catchy name

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HinikunaGoji

2KMember2270 XPMay-25-2021 6:48 PM

that’s a thing, but technically they just get young then old then young and again and again

Kattozilla

ConversationalistMember1245 XPMay-25-2021 6:53 PM

so...basically immortal

they can still die, just i don't think of age. maybe though.

also turns out there are a few other things that can do that

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biological_immortality

heres a thing on it

maybe we could do something with this?

she/her/herself, dino/saur/dinoself, robo/bot/roboself

HinikunaGoji

2KMember2270 XPMay-25-2021 6:59 PM

Hmmm, maybe I’ll read wikipedia and the sources, because wikipedia isn’t completely reliable

Kattozilla

ConversationalistMember1245 XPMay-25-2021 7:14 PM

yeah i get that xd

i think i once met someone who was a regular editor on wikipedia that was fun

i usually use it for personal research (ie fun) so for me if its not completely right i dont really mind

but here we're doing SCIENCE

she/her/herself, dino/saur/dinoself, robo/bot/roboself

HinikunaGoji

2KMember2270 XPMay-25-2021 7:22 PM

Science bros You’ll see why i put this vid here

its not a rickroll

Kattozilla

ConversationalistMember1245 XPMay-25-2021 7:30 PM

SCOTT NOOOOOO

she/her/herself, dino/saur/dinoself, robo/bot/roboself

HinikunaGoji

2KMember2270 XPMay-25-2021 7:32 PM

Kattozilla

You messed up his name, and now I can’t hear it the right way now

lol

Monster_Zero

ConversationalistMember1160 XPMay-27-2021 3:09 PM

All of my knowledge comes from movies tho. But I like everyone's ideas.

I WOULD CHALLENGE YOU TO A BATTLE OF WITS, BUT I SEE YOU ARE UNARMED.

HinikunaGoji

2KMember2270 XPMay-27-2021 3:30 PM

Interstellar is vera very very very very very accurate 

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