In Response To: Re: Forerunners in Slipstream and Rock theory -lon (P_40E)
: Yes, the book said that the occasional comet or asteroid had been recording
: in slipstream space.
: No. Slipstream space, as described in the book, does not have the same laws
: of physics as our space, so therefore, ships can travel faster than light.
: However, when a ship exits the slipstream, it goes back to our laws, so no
: more faster than light speeds. If you'd like, I could find a passage in
: the book. If you just believe me, than I won't bother.
I believe you, that's what I meant. The rock would fly through Slipstream space and get to where it is supposed to be faster, then exit Slipstream and collide with a planet.
: Overall, it's a good theory.