NASA recently reported finding a treasure trove of planets, all able to support life in a nearby solar system, called Trappist-1, according to a Harvard paper on the subject. Now, as if NASA hasn’t been using interstellar space travel for decades now, this arm of the military industrial system says it is beginning to “study” faster-than-light space travel.
Just over two years ago, NASA reported that a team may have unintentionally accelerated particles to faster-than-light speeds while using the EmDrive resonance chamber. This alone would result in faster than light travel by creating a warp bubble, something we’ve already seen depicted in episodes of Star Trek.
Then there are private companies which are said to be working on similar faster-than-light speed technologies.
Orbital ATK is working with NASA to create solar panels that can power up spaceship through its ion drives with collected sunlight, and Aerojet Rocketdyne is developing an ion thruster system, the Evolutionary Xenon Thruster-Commercial, or “NEXT-C” that would allow spaceships to travel in space three times faster than current interplanetary propulsion systems.
Meanwhile mainstream news outlets keep pumping us with the “information” that nothing can ever go faster than the speed of light, but in September of 2011, physicist Antonio Ereditato shocked the world by announcing that small particles called neutrinos had travelled faster than light, destroying Einstein’s theories of relativity. This was supposedly discovered by compiling data from over 160 scientists working on the OPERA project.
When Ben Rich, former director of Lockheed Skunkworks told us, “We already have the meansto travel among the stars but these technologies are locked up in Black Projects…and it would take an act of God to ever get them out to benefit humanity. Anything you can imagine, we already know how to do,” he wasn’t kidding, but apparently NASA still thinks we lemmings will believe that they are just now stumbling on ways to travel to Trappist-1 faster than the speed of light.