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warp drive with gravitational waves in the nonlinear regime
gravitational waves are strictly transversal (in the linear regime at least), also their amplitudes are tiny even for cosmic scale events like supernovas or binary black holes (at least far away, ...
Jun 22 '12 at 4:11
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