When some anon post a thread about inter-dimensional travel, wormholes and invisibility. /Sci/ responds “Oh that's popsci; That well never happen within our lifetimes.” What's the point of being a engineer, physicist, etc if all you are Negative, pessimist? I starting to think all you you are in it for the Money and not for science.
> “Oh that's popsci; That well never happen within our lifetimes.”
It's popsci because there is no basis or anything constructive about their mechanics that are discussed in the threads. Someone watches some stupid movie and thinks they are ready to get into a scientific discussion that are supported by facts and logic rather than fantasies and autism.
>facts and logic
I might sound autistic then; aren't almost all current scientific theories technically ideas? Theories aren't set in stone; can't theories be disproven? There is no evidence to prove the existence of Worm-holes nor is their evidence to prove they do exist. But to toss out an unproven concept instead of debating it. Is just not in the best interest of science.
There is no evidence to prove the existence of fairies nor is there any evidence to disprove them, that doesn't make them a topic to be discussed on /sci/
Second, what anon is trying to say is that people discussing these things tend to focus more on what could be done if we had such things rather than how to achieve them. That's not science, that's masturbation