That’s like asking why Mormons don’t visit sentinel island
Thank you for your response my friend!
Scroll Down to Read Other Opinions
I'm just asking question. Please don't criticize or attack me. I never stated my opinion on the matter.
Not attacking, I forgot the laughing emoji. :-D
The universe is 13.7 billion years old. Red stars can have life spans older than the age of the universe. If there are planets older than us out there orbiting far older stars than the Sun (4.6 billion years old) then who's to say they haven't mastered Spacetime warping, distortion, or manipulation? It would require exotic or precious sources of energy like antimatter or negative energy, but nothing in the laws of physics prevents us from creating them, we just don't know how to (negative energy), or how to mass produce it (antimatter).Google "Alcubierre Drive".You can't exceed the speed of light in a local sense, but you can in a nonlocal fashion; you can't exceed the Cosmic Speed Limit traveling from point A to point B in a straight line, however, if you can contract the space between point A to Point B, then you can greatly reduce the distance and travel time. How? Through intense gravitational sources or maybe even through amplification of the Strong Nuclear Force. Einstein saw a speed limit traveling across space, but not a limit on how fast you can distort space itself. You're not moving through space, space is moving you.
The idea that negative matter actually exist seems odd. Didn't the idea got thrown out along with with his constant for gravity to make the universe non expanding. Just because things can theoritically exist doesn't mean they do. Abd what are you suggesting? A thing which took 'negative' energy to create? Even if you account for space vaccum distortions it's still above 0 kelvin and do the laws of thermodynamics really do allow anything below 0 k? I doubt so. It seems like a popularised fictionalized gimmick. We cpuld probably do interstellar without that but the concept in itself seems irrational.
@sensible27 The closest to negative energy or mass is the byproduct of the Casimir Effect; if you place parallel steel plates close enough to each other, just to prevent the existence of atoms and their respective Quantum Energies from being able to exist or fit between them, the result is a repulsion caused as a byproduct of Negative Energy. The Casimir effect shows that quantum field theory allows the energy density in certain regions of space to be negative relative to the ordinary vacuum energy, and it has been shown theoretically that quantum field theory allows states where the energy can be arbitrarily negative at a given point. Physicists such as Stephen Hawking, Kip Thorne, and others argue that such effects might make it possible to stabilize a wormhole for nonlocal superluminal travel in a nonlinear fashion. Miguel Alcubierre argued, following an argument that the Casimir Vacuum between parallel plates could fulfill the negative-energy requirement for the Alcubierre drive. The Alcubierre Drive comprises a solution to Einstein's equations of General Relativity, in which a bubble of spacetime is moved rapidly by expanding space behind it and shrinking space in front of it perpetuated by the manipulation of Negative Energy. Negative Mass, another possible but hypothetical substitute, would possess some strange properties, such as acceleration in the opposite direction of applied force. Despite being inconsistent with the expected behavior of "normal" matter, negative mass is mathematically consistent and introduces no violation of conservation of momentum or energy. The closest known real representative of such exotic matter is the region of pseudo negative pressure density produced by the Casimir Effect.
Miguel Alcubierre argued that the Casimir Vacuum between parallel plates could fulfill the negative-energy requirement for the Alcubierre drive. Fixed grammar*
We haven't found a way to mass produce or store negative energy yet. We know how to store antimatter, but not mass produce it.