Sunday, April 14, 2013

New Book about the Physics of Star Trek!

I have just published a new ebook on Amazon. You can find it here. It's titled Star Trek: Neutron Stars, Antimatter, and Other Topics in Physics.

"This work explores the physics behind concepts covered in Star Trek: The Next Generation episodes.

The vastness of space and our sheer curiosity of the unknown drive us to understand more about the universe, to seek answers to age old questions, and to explore.

From magical eddies of space plasmas to particles with unknown properties and mysterious solar events, this book takes on all horizons of known physics and gives the reader simple explanations of amazing phenomena."


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  3. How about FTL? If as you increase velocity toward lightspeed, the frequency of light shifts upward meaning light from a lower frequency becomes visible light, where your frequency of visible light has x bandwidth, then as you approach light speed to the point where remaining bandwidth is less that visibility bandwidth, does the spectrum (a) reduce in light bandwith until you hit zero, or does the spectrum (b) cross the zero frequency node into what is negative frequency light shifting upwards, or does the subharmonic of light in which we exist collapse as we break the zero frequency node?