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Old October 22 2012, 04:14 PM   #81
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Re: Warp Drive May Be More Feasible Than Thought, Scientists Say

larryman wrote: View Post
I knew someone would try to adapt the NASA warp drive to the Star Trek Enterprise...

But I think the warp-field would not extend far beyond the warp ring. So the entire ship's saucer-section would be destroyed (in the space-time compression zone), when the warp drive is engaged.
Actually, that's just someone doing a sketch of a generic ring warp drive attached to an Enterprise-ish ship. From reading the article I don't think they intended it to be based off of the NASA research.

Ring based warp drives are a lot older in fiction than NASA's research. Heck, some of Matt Jefferies original sketchs for the TOS Enterprise had rings.
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