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keithbyron

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to make interstellar space flight possible artificial gravity must be generated. assuming that energy generation is not a factor, according to the equation given sufficient energy a gravity field could be generated.

most everything that I've read regarding artificial gravity says that a superdense core of some sort is needed. since mass and energy are essentially the same thing, again assuming energy generation is not a factor, wouldn't it be possible to focus energy on a single point sufficient enough to generate 1g aboard the vessel?

there are many variables that i did not discuss and everything i said is theoretical, i just want some feedback on the idea.