Life Borrows from Star Trek? -1 reply

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AlDaja

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#21 13 years ago
F-Bobby;3357491actually transparent aluminum has (as far as i know) already been created. there are so many things in this life that have been influenced by Trek. Too bad we cant actually have transporters, cause that would be the bomb.

I saw a show on this recently, and looks like transporters are several hundred years beyond our grasp...it is more likely we will master warp before figuring out how to rip apart molecules at the sub-atomic level and hope the hell the computer processing speed is fast enough to reassemble them in the correct sequence...keep in mind the electrons and protons have to be assembled exactly at the speed they were deconstructed...nearly impossible. One scientist likened it to reversing the dinner you just flushed back into the exact state it was when you ate it.




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#22 13 years ago

i wouldn't be the first test student to get ripped apart at the sub atomic level i will go with a shuttle




Jyr'al Nadreth

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#23 13 years ago

Same here,Why do you reckon Star Wars do not have transporters,I say stick with a shuttle because at least if the Microsoft transporter performs an illegal function and crash's during transport you will be in the safety of a nice n warm shuttle




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#24 13 years ago

yep damn you windows 23 hundred edition did it inspire us to go to space to see whats up there ??




AdmiralHocking

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#25 13 years ago

Actually, transporters are in development. I read in the ST:Magazine Treknology segment a while back, that a univercity in America has worked out how to send a vegetable a few feet or some other small distance.

Another has worked out a way of transportation by destroying someone and then using the information from the process to re-assemble a new copy somewhere else. (Im not too enthusiastic about this last idea, I would imagine if they tested it on a human, it would bl**dy hurt.)




Jyr'al Nadreth

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#26 13 years ago

Well that last method is how Star Trek Transporters work-Jyr'al runs from the transporter straight to the shuttlebay




AdmiralHocking

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#27 13 years ago

No it isn't they decompress the person into several billion paricals and put them back together at the destination.

That last method actually kills the person. The person that beams out is a clone, apparently.




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#28 13 years ago

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhh I see where your going,what the point of that except for Assassination when nobody will know about its as there will be a clone+you could make some quick alterations to make them come round to your way of thinking




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#29 13 years ago

LOL, I guess it could be handy if you have a genetic defect. Perhaps you could remove it from the re-essembled version.




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#30 13 years ago

but then u die and are replaced i will show use shuttle