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  1. #1 It's Bigger On The Inside Tech... 
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    Anyone that watches Dr Who knows the Doctor has a ship that is smaller on the outside, and bigger on the inside.

    Now I won't go into the specifics of how it works, since my version won't work like it. Same function though.

    Mass manipulation tech: So you got this spaceship that looks small, but on the inside it's bigger.

    How? I won't bother with the explanation of how, since that only ruins the fun.

    But given that you can fit the ship inside your house without it sinking through the floor (inside it's at least as massive as your house), the mass of the inside is obviously reduced from what it is outside.


    What are the applications of technology like this?

    For:

    Space Travel:

    Earth Economies:


    You have the floor ladies and gents. By the way, trolls like Duck and Phi may reply to this, but you're on my ignore list, so I won't see it anyway. Yet if you must do so for your fans, by all means do so.

    As for everyone else who actually wants to put in a worthwhile response, you have the floor.


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    So if you put 100 tonnes of something-something into it, it would weigh less than 100 tonnes?

    Hundreds of people could be transported through a 1.5m tube. Food for entire nations could be put on a single freight ship. Entire space stations could be launched in a single rocket.


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    Pocket dimension.
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    "Sometimes I think the surest sign that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." -Calvin
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    Artificial Dimension :P
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    But that violates relativity as is been understood.
    mass/energy have to move in a continuous manner.
    Like charge.

    If you through mass or charge through a worm hole.
    The opening's mass or charge increases accordingly.
    Same issues with pocket dimensions.

    unless you are using negative mass.....

    lol the trolls duck and Phi
    You noticed then too :P
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    Ah, but do you expand the internal dimensions to make it bigger on the inside, or do you contract the external dimensions to make it smaller on the outside?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daecon View Post
    Ah, but do you expand the internal dimensions to make it bigger on the inside, or do you contract the external dimensions to make it smaller on the outside?
    Expanding the internal dimension seems better option
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    Making best Traps :P, Each Room has it's own dimension complete it and get to the next
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