Futureka

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  1. I understand how matter curves spacetime. The denser the object the more curvature it imparts upon the space around it. The curvatures in the fabric of spacetime made at CERN are unlike anything that occurs in the universe now and only happened when the universe was so dense that particles would in fact collide at the speed of light directly with each other. The scale of these collisions compared to two neutron stars colliding directly (instead of merging by orbiting each other) would seem to be at many orders of magnitude higher and could create curvatures that would otherwise never be possible in the known universe.
  2. So controlled stellar collisions could potentially make curvatures in spacetime that have never been experienced in this universe before?
  3. Do you think that the curvature of spacetime that would occur when 2 stellar masses artificially collide on a direct path as close to the speed of light as possible would be different compared to the curvatures in spacetime that occurred from collisions in the early universe?
  4. So do you believe that exotic particles could theoretically be created between stellar collisions, with its energy harnessed and used?
  5. I think that could potentially generate exotic particles theorized to power things like an Alcubierre Drive (warp drive) to circumvent the speed limit of c (speed of light) for extremely long distances (Ie. Even our closest neighbouring galaxy Andromeda is still 2.2 million light years away)
  6. https://www.nasa.gov/exploration/home/antimatter_spaceship.html It's been popularly theorized that anti matter could be used as propulsion for ships, and yes they have been able to harness antimatter particles briefly at CERN. The conservation of energy pertains to matter, the annihilation of matter when it comes in contact with antimatter is the reaction that is potentially more powerful than fission and even fusion energy. But just to clarify, the general consensus is if you could theoretically build a Dyson device (whether it's a ring, swarm or bubble) the energy you get directly from the device would be greater than the output energy of an artificially engineered stellar collision?
  7. The antimatter that is the resultant of collisions in particle accelerators is theorized to be a fuel source for space travel, if we can harness them for longer than a day or so which is the current duration we can hold on to them. Wouldn't the same be possible from colliding stars? Given we could create enough energy to collide them and have an apparatus in place to capture and harness the resultant energy.
  8. I recently googled the antonym of entropy and got a variety of answers. I believe I follow your same conceptual idea of entropy, and I believe humans role is to end the entropy of the universe. I wish to follow up but my phone is about to die...
  9. This theory pertains to a theoretical future in which humans have designed different Dyson devices and have propagated throughout the Milky Way galaxy. With the power created from naturally occurring stellar collisions now noticeable through the detection of gravitational waves, the ability to harness such energy could power theoretical devices known as Alcubierre Drives. My theory is if a sufficiently powerful enough Dyson device could be designed to move stellar masses, a collision could be created between 2 stellar bodies much in the same way they occur in a particle accelerator. The resulting collision would create particles perhaps never before seen in the cosmos as a collision of this magnitude had not occurred since the origin of the universe, however those ancient collisions would between much less massive particles as opposed to stellar masses. Different densities of stars would produce different types of matter, with neutron stars making the most exotic of all particles. The way neutron stars collide today is a delicate dance into each other's orbit paths until eventually they roll into the bottom of the spiral together and merge. The collision I am proposing is propelling stars as close to the speed of light as possible on a direct line with each other, much in the same way particles collide in accelerators. The only way I can envision humans creating enough power to move a stellar mass is through an array of Dyson devices. The resultant matter of the collision would be harnessed to power intergalactic travel via Alcubierre Drives. Any thoughts greatly appreciated.