- A question regarding Alcubierre Warp Bubbles and black hole event horizons. Would a warp bubble moving faster than c have a different effective event horizon?
Last night PBS showed two shows on Black Holes. In the shows the host travelled on a supposed warp drive spaceship. A question occurred to me. Suppose for the argument that the Alcubierre drive were possible. Then suppose you were in a ship contained in a warp bubble moving through space at say 10c. Now consider that warp bubble with respect to the event horizon of a black hole. We know anything moving at c (radiation) or below must not cross the event horizon. But what of our warp bubble moving at 10c? Would it have a smaller effective event horizon? Thanks.