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July 28, 2008

Do your thing, Mr Sulu.

srikanth @ 10:55 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1217285709 ) Play

Who is he and what is that an illustration of?

Cracked by insufferablejake , Chandrakant Nair , kamalrathi , Dibyo , Tathagata Chatterjee , Nakul , sidsen , gudanggurum , rajeshvj , madhur , duriel and malcaluffin.

Answer:

Miguel Alcubierre, and a depiction of the Alcubierre drive.


14 Responses to “Do your thing, Mr Sulu.”

  1. Mexican physicist Miguel Alcubierre, proposing the Alcubierre Warp Drive. The picture on the right is a representation of a ship in ‘warp field’


  2. Or a ‘warp bubble’ if you will.


  3. Chandrakant Nair

    Miguel Alcubierre n The Warp drive


  4. He is Miguel Alcubierre. This is the illustration of Time Travel through Warp Drive. They showed it in Star Trek ;)


  5. Dibyo
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    Miguel Alcubierre and the Warp Drive concept


  6. Tathagata Chatterjee
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    Miguel Alcubierre, and that’s an illustration of a Time Warp or a “Alcubierre Drive”,a theoretical means of traveling faster than light that does not violate the physical principle that nothing can locally travel faster than light.

    Regards,
    Tathagata Chatterjee


  7. Nakul

    Miguel Alcubierre and The Warp Drive: Hyper-fast travel within general relativity illustration…


  8. sidsen
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    miguel alcubierre warp drive


  9. A tough one.
    Mexican physicist Miguel Alcubierre.
    Alcubierre drive / Warp drive.


  10. rajeshvj
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    Miguel Alcubierre
    Alcubierre metric a.k.a Alcubierre drive a.k.a Warp Drive – A speculative mathematical model of the faster than light propulsion theory


  11. madhur
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    Miguel Alcubierre

    Warp drive which is the principal means of interstellar propulsion in the fictional Star Trek universe


  12. duriel
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    Miguel Alcubierre
    Warp Drive.


  13. malcaluffin

    Miguel Alcubierre, Warp drive.


  14. Rohan
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    space time distortion


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