Here, we present the first-ever model for positive-energy (physical) warp drives. Warp drives are engines that manipulate the fabric of spacetime and serve as the foundation for gravitational propulsion systems that could enable spacecraft to attain near-light speeds (i.e. Ludicrous Speed). By developing a model that reduces energy requirements by a factor of 30 and proves that warp drives can function without exotic theoretical fuels such as negative energy, we have confirmed that warp drives are indeed physically possible. With this breakthrough, we now know that humanity will be able to explore interstellar space, as warp drives are no longer confined to the realm of science fiction.
There is currently an immense need for beautiful, low-cost, disaster-resistant, and rapid ecological construction. Geothermal “Colinas” cost ~30% less per square foot, last over a hundred years, use ~74% less electricity in warm months, and are resistant to fire, earthquakes, and hurricanes. They also increase the green footprint of an area. Each dome comes with a 360-degree geodesic hydroponic garden, where unobstructed sun replaces costly LEDs and recycled water is used to tend to the building’s community garden. The dome is air-formed with a “Colina Balloon” sprayed with concrete mixed. The exterior is literally dirt cheap and can be crafted into very low-cost or highly detailed floral designs to suit any style and budget.
Every year, millions of infants and elderly individuals die from preventable heatstroke in developing nations. When I learned of this, I took a break from warp field mechanics and developed an air conditioner that can cool 105°F (41°C) air to room temperature, produce no pollution, and function without a power grid. The supplies for this invention cost only about $15. Our target locations include India, Nigeria, DR Congo, Ethiopia, Haiti, Indonesia, Mozambique, and others.