|Mar30-12, 09:20 PM||#1|
Help: Sound created over/in subspace??? (SciFi)
I know nothing, called basic high school physics and chemistry. However, do not hold back in your answers I do find ways to comprehend what people tell me.
This might be a silly question but since audible "sounds" can't travel over empty 3dimensional space and there is no such thing as sub-space would it be possible to "hear" frequencies and disturbances somehow use a "radar" other than radio telescopes over extreme distances???
I know I am only thinking in waves and not other energy forms but this is the basics of my (lack of) knowledge. This is SciFi but I am pretty serious as to where this answer takes me. Science Fiction always amazes me because it's only fiction for a small amount of time. Compared to civilization and even the universes timeline.
Thanks and I hope I am not wasting your relative time!
|Mar30-12, 09:42 PM||#2|
There is no such thing as Sub-Space. It is pure fiction, invented to allow FTL travel and communication and etc. Nor do we know of any other dimensions other than the standard 3 for space and 1 for time.
|Mar30-12, 09:48 PM||#3|
|dimensions, light, sci fi, sound, waveforms|
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