Pumping space-time

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I consider myself a science fiction inventor. I have recently theorized a space-time pumping machine and want to use it as a faster than light propulsion theory. I really like to make my inventions very close to real physics and wonder if anybody knows concretely whether space-time can move faster than light. Please. I know that the new Star Trek movie mentions that space-time can be thought as something that is moving, hence Scotty's Trans-warp beaming but I don't consider Star-Trek a credible reference scource. Can anybody help?
 

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I have recently theorized a space-time pumping machine and want to use it as a faster than light propulsion theory.
PF is not for discussion of personal theories, it's for discussion of mainstream science.

if anybody knows concretely whether space-time can move faster than light.
Spacetime doesn't move at all, so your question doesn't make sense.

I don't consider Star-Trek a credible reference scource.
You're right, it isn't. Thread closed.
 
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