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Strip 1457 of Quantum Vibe
Today on Quantum Vibe: Impossible warp drive
Strip 1457 - Click strip above to goto the next strip.
First Seen: Thu 2016-10-27
Story & Art: Scott Bieser - Colors: Lea Jean Badelles
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Transcript For Strip 1457

Panel 1
Continue the scene. Murphy vs Hugo as Eithne looks on.
Murphy: That technology requires insane amounts of energy!
Murphy: Not to mention, the energy release when a ship drops the field could crack a moon in half.
Murphy: Not to mention problems with Hawking radiation, causality violation, and the need for 'exotic matter' to make it all work.
Panel 2
Hugo ponders the implications.
Hugo: You are correct, of course.
Hugo: While the energy-momentum tensor theory was proved in the laboratory, no one was able to translate that into a practical faster-than-light drive.
Hugo: Even my own that is, Seamus O'Murchadha's gravity drive, derived from that effect, could not get around the light-speed barrier.
Panel 3
Three-shot, focusing on Hugo.
Hugo: At any rate, efforts to create a space-warp were made moot when Nicole Oresme invented the Discontinuous Displacement Drive.
Eithne: You mean, The Murphy Drive?
Murphy: He never liked giving me any of the credit for it.

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