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December 22, 2014


Working toward a warp drive: In his garage lab, Omahan aims to bend fabric of space

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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What could possibly go wrong?

Next thing you know he'll be stuck on a weird planet with the Companion for 150 years. Don't do it, dude!

I'm not sure if bending the fabric of space is a good idea. I mean no big deal if it's permanent press but if it isn't he might ruin the crease. I also think a weft drive to go with the warp drive is pretty essential if you want to make practical travel through the fabric of space.

It's all fun and games until he opens a space warp into the heart of the sun, or the bottom of the ocean.

Never mind the flux capacitor. Any student of Star Trek: The Next Generation or (especially) Voyager knows you need a Main Deflector Dish so you can send out a tachyon beam. That will solve any problem.

KIRK: I need more power, Mr. Scott.
SCOTTIE: > hic <
SPOCK: Shall I initiate self destruct, Captain ?

The next meeting regarding travel will be held last Wednesday.

RIP Joe Cocker

Just about to say the same thing Jeff. Another great voice silenced.

Worse, Mr. Hawking, than that: If we all are one big hologram as you and others have postulated, he could end up in actual reruns of Red Dwarf, or (shudder) Gilligans Island.

Snork @ PirateBoy!

"Phasers on Obliterate, Captain?" The alternate Mr. Spock asks....

"Well, my biggest problem was aligning the dilithium crystals with the flux capacitor. It occurred to me that I should really run it through a blue police call box. Everything was running fine until it created a singularity which immediately ate the chihuahua...

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