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- The speed of light is 186,000 miles a second, which translates into roughly 669 million miles an hour. And a light year is the distance traveled in one year at the speed of light, a distance of almost 6 trillion miles.

- Proxima Centauri, the star nearest us would take over four years to reach if we could travel at the speed of light.

- Traveling at these distances in a linear mode is not interesting. Interstellar travel using gravity as the propulsion system has nothing to do with flying in a linear mode near the speed of light.

- Since the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, so in our universe we've always assumed that the fastest way from point A to point B was to travel in a straight line between the two points at the speed of light. Well, the fact is that when you're dealing with space/time and you enjoy the capability of generating an intense gravitational field, the fastest way from point A to point B is to distort, or warp, or bend the space/time between points A and B, bringing points A and B closer together. Download MESHWARP.The more intense the gravitational field, the greater the distortion of space/time and the shorter the distance between points A and B.

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