I know that warp-drives are just a theory and that they would require exotic mass (that is also a theoretical material), but, as said in this video, after some re-calculations, it was theorised that we may be able to do it with magnetic emitters, that are semi-exotic.
"5 Advanced Space Drives (That May Or May Not Work) | Answers With Joe": https://youtu.be/JgGAauWqFFM?t=745
And so, I was wondering why the scientist suggested to shape the warp bubble in a tridimensional object (a thorus).
For the little I know (and it is probably incorrect), our universe has 4 dimensions, right?
And so, wouldn't require even less energy if we shaped the shape of the warp bubble in 4 dimensions?
I mean, even though we can't quite imagine a 4th dimension, we can calculate it. In fact, our communications are coded using the dimensions calculations so we don't lose data while sending it. Could this be used to facilitate a warp bubble?
"Spheres and Code Words - Numberphile": https://youtu.be/T46FTuHnbvY?list=PLt5AfwLFPxWIADnHfNnF_GbU43NnMKsN2