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Old March 25th, 2021, 05:57 AM
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The starship can harvest it's own negative matter out of the quantum foam, but this requires energy. Negative matter tends to decay over time so this requires a continuous expenditure of energy, the Starship can lift off the ground and accelerate in the desired direction.

A warp drive is like the above described maneuver drive but on steroids. You need a large positive mass in front of the Starship and a large negative mass behind the Starship, this is harvested from the vacuum and a black hole and its opposite is created, the tidal forces of both are balanced out and the Starship is propelled forward at superluminal velocities through spacial expansion and contraction.

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