He’s been called “The Next Einstein”, and with good reason – Mohammad Mansouryar’s vision of the future of space-travel extends General Relativity to encompass traversable wormholes as the basis for a true warp-drive technology. His research highlights the international impact of emerging concepts in breakthrough propulsion physics, and he joins us to talk about mankind’s moral-imperative in the stars.
“I think that you can draw a correspondence between the communication of digital and analog information to the communication of physical objects through space if we can construct a practical form of FTL physics. I don’t want to limit the application of this physics to just spacecraft, but as I’ve stated to many people, the final aspiration is reducing the “pain of physical distance” to humanity, in any manner one can imagine.
If you’re attempting to develop a technology comparable to UFOs and similar topics, your first goal should be nothing short of reducing the path of travel in space. It doesn’t matter how you do it, by inter-dimensional traversing or space-warps, but notice that both solutions focus not on increasing the velocity but circumventing the usual path of travel. As evidence, cited in many websites, consider only the distant separation of our solar-system to the next nearest star – how can merely building a faster rocket make any real impact in traveling such vast distances? FTL travel is the only real answer…” — Mohammad Mansouryar