#1 Posted by Perfect Cell (3470 posts) - - Show Bio

Persons 1, 2 and 3 are going to race from point A to point B



This is the Milkyway Galaxy.



It's estimated to be 100,000 Light Years in diameter.

All the contendants are starting out where it says "Sun"
The finish line will be the Nucleus of the Central Bulge.


Who wins?

#2 Posted by Perfect Cell (3470 posts) - - Show Bio

Oh and place the winners in order.

1st place: ???
2nd Place: ???
3rd Place: ???

#3 Posted by Hedatary (3768 posts) - - Show Bio

IT wins because it's instant. Thats why he calls it Instant Transmission.

#4 Posted by Methos (40103 posts) - - Show Bio

right, lets discount Light Speed instantly because it's way too slow to keep up with Warp Speed or Instant Transmission...

between Instant Transmission and Warp Speed it all depends on how much power is behind the Warp Core, for example, if you are pumping enough power into the warp core to allow for Warp 10 (2nd ed warp system), then you are everywhere and nowhere in the galaxy at once, so you can literally be there at the same time you are leaving the start point.

as for Instant Transmission, from what i've seen it always takes a few seconds for the 'effect' to happen, so thats secondary to warp speed...

also while Instant Transmission may be quicker in the long run at lesser warp powers, warp also allows for the 'bending' of space / time, making the win available via the use of time travel as well, which Instant Transmission can't do...

1. Warp Speed
2. Instant Transmission
3. Light Speed

M

#5 Posted by Methos (40103 posts) - - Show Bio
Hedatary said:
"IT wins because it's instant. Thats why he calls it Instant Transmission.

but it isn't instant, it takes a few seconds for the effect to pass over the body on one side and a few seconds to rematerialise on the other...

it's basically like ST Transporter systems, faster in the long run but actually limited when faced with other options

M
#6 Posted by supertrooper117 (1867 posts) - - Show Bio
Methos said:
"right, lets discount Light Speed instantly because it's way too slow to keep up with Warp Speed or Instant Transmission...

between Instant Transmission and Warp Speed it all depends on how much power is behind the Warp Core, for example, if you are pumping enough power into the warp core to allow for Warp 10 (2nd ed warp system), then you are everywhere and nowhere in the galaxy at once, so you can literally be there at the same time you are leaving the start point.

as for Instant Transmission, from what i've seen it always takes a few seconds for the 'effect' to happen, so thats secondary to warp speed...

also while Instant Transmission may be quicker in the long run at lesser warp powers, warp also allows for the 'bending' of space / time, making the win available via the use of time travel as well, which Instant Transmission can't do...

1. Warp Speed
2. Instant Transmission
3. Light Speed

M
"
i have just been educated... now to copy this print it and bring it up in science class...lolsz

#7 Posted by Methos (40103 posts) - - Show Bio
supertrooper117 said:
i have just been educated... now to copy this print it and bring it up in science class...lolsz

no, if you wanted science i would have actually listed the speeds available on each system and how long it would take for each 'contestant'

M
#8 Posted by supertrooper117 (1867 posts) - - Show Bio
Methos said:
"supertrooper117 said:
i have just been educated... now to copy this print it and bring it up in science class...lolsz

no, if you wanted science i would have actually listed the speeds available on each system and how long it would take for each 'contestant'

M
"
what do you mean by speeds available?
#9 Posted by danhimself (22210 posts) - - Show Bio
Methos said:
"right, lets discount Light Speed instantly because it's way too slow to keep up with Warp Speed or Instant Transmission...

between Instant Transmission and Warp Speed it all depends on how much power is behind the Warp Core, for example, if you are pumping enough power into the warp core to allow for Warp 10 (2nd ed warp system), then you are everywhere and nowhere in the galaxy at once, so you can literally be there at the same time you are leaving the start point.

as for Instant Transmission, from what i've seen it always takes a few seconds for the 'effect' to happen, so thats secondary to warp speed...

also while Instant Transmission may be quicker in the long run at lesser warp powers, warp also allows for the 'bending' of space / time, making the win available via the use of time travel as well, which Instant Transmission can't do...

1. Warp Speed
2. Instant Transmission
3. Light Speed

M
"
wow! just wow! where do u learn this stuff?
#10 Posted by Perfect Cell (3470 posts) - - Show Bio
Methos said:
"right, lets discount Light Speed instantly because it's way too slow to keep up with Warp Speed or Instant Transmission...

between Instant Transmission and Warp Speed it all depends on how much power is behind the Warp Core, for example, if you are pumping enough power into the warp core to allow for Warp 10 (2nd ed warp system), then you are everywhere and nowhere in the galaxy at once, so you can literally be there at the same time you are leaving the start point.

as for Instant Transmission, from what i've seen it always takes a few seconds for the 'effect' to happen, so thats secondary to warp speed...

also while Instant Transmission may be quicker in the long run at lesser warp powers, warp also allows for the 'bending' of space / time, making the win available via the use of time travel as well, which Instant Transmission can't do...

1. Warp Speed
2. Instant Transmission
3. Light Speed

M
"

Wow, someone's been doing their homework. You're right. Instant Transmission is as fast as the speed of thought. If you wish to be in one location; the person can instantly be there with a thought. But even though Instant Transmission allows person A to reach his destination alot quicker, that person needs to sense where he's going first.

And yes, the 2nd edition (if you meant Star Trek) of warp speeds (transwarp) is far faster than any of the Captain Kirk movies version of warp drive. In the movie Star Trek 4; warp 10 allowed Kirk and his crew to time travel. As the veiwer witnesses the screen, the klingon ship is gradually getting closer to the sun, but in actuallity.. the Klingon Ship flew around the Solar System 1000 times or more (can't convert star dates to modern years-sorry)

1. Warp
2. Instant Transmission
3. Light Speed
#11 Posted by Wisppeons (3726 posts) - - Show Bio

Instant transmission in the DBZU dont you have to see where your going in order to do it or lock on to a power source?

#12 Posted by warlock360 (27916 posts) - - Show Bio
Perfect Cell said:
"Oh and place the winners in order.

1st place: ???
2nd Place: ???
3rd Place: ???"
1. Warp
2. Light speed
3. Instant transmission
#13 Posted by danhimself (22210 posts) - - Show Bio
Wisppeons said:
"

Instant transmission in the DBZU dont you have to see where your going in order to do it or lock on to a power source?

"
whenever goku got back to earth and was describing it he said that he had to lock on to an individuals energy signature
#14 Posted by Wisppeons (3726 posts) - - Show Bio
Voidheart said:
"Perfect Cell said:
"Oh and place the winners in order.

1st place: ???
2nd Place: ???
3rd Place: ???"
1. Warp
2. Light speed
3. Instant transmission
"

I think this is the right order.
#15 Posted by Hedatary (3768 posts) - - Show Bio
Perfect Cell said:
"Methos said:
"right, lets discount Light Speed instantly because it's way too slow to keep up with Warp Speed or Instant Transmission...

between Instant Transmission and Warp Speed it all depends on how much power is behind the Warp Core, for example, if you are pumping enough power into the warp core to allow for Warp 10 (2nd ed warp system), then you are everywhere and nowhere in the galaxy at once, so you can literally be there at the same time you are leaving the start point.

as for Instant Transmission, from what i've seen it always takes a few seconds for the 'effect' to happen, so thats secondary to warp speed...

also while Instant Transmission may be quicker in the long run at lesser warp powers, warp also allows for the 'bending' of space / time, making the win available via the use of time travel as well, which Instant Transmission can't do...

1. Warp Speed
2. Instant Transmission
3. Light Speed

M
"

Wow, someone's been doing their homework. You're right. Instant Transmission is as fast as the speed of thought. If you wish to be in one location; the person can instantly be there with a thought. But even though Instant Transmission allows person A to reach his destination alot quicker, that person needs to sense where he's going first.

And yes, the 2nd edition (if you meant Star Trek) of warp speeds (transwarp) is far faster than any of the Captain Kirk movies version of warp drive. In the movie Star Trek 4; warp 10 allowed Kirk and his crew to time travel. As the veiwer witnesses the screen, the klingon ship is gradually getting closer to the sun, but in actuallity.. the Klingon Ship flew around the Solar System 1000 times or more (can't convert star dates to modern years-sorry)

1. Warp
2. Instant Transmission
3. Light Speed"
Actually thats not true at all. In fact, the only reason he puts his fingers on his forehead is to concentrate on trying to sense where the person is so he could transport to him/her. Otherwise he could do IT without it, like the kamahamaha he used against Cell, and he never put his fingers on his forehead. And....you know whats interesting, it's that Goku could go anywhere in the universe and he could sense that person within that universe. Thats like....omnipotence right there lol but without the reality warping.


#16 Posted by Apparition (11349 posts) - - Show Bio
Hedatary said:
"IT wins because it's instant. Thats why he calls it Instant Transmission.
"
that's just what he calls it.  that's like saying the hulk really is the strongest one there is just cause he says so.  you need something more than that to prove it.
#17 Posted by Methos (40103 posts) - - Show Bio
right
caption
right, here we have a basic second second gen warp table...

you can check the maths here and here if you want, but all Star Trek use exactly the same rules for Warp Speed...

now, if you check Warp 9.99, which is completely viable for Enterprise E Class (Soverign) and Voyager (Intrepid) class star ships...

Warp Factor 9.99 is equivalent to 7912 times C (the speed of light), or about 2,371,957,928 kilometers per second.

yes, you read that right... 2,371,957,928 KPS

while that isn't really fast enough for mass speed, that will give you an idea of how fast Warp really is...

taking into account Warp 10 and Time Travel which Warp system allows access to, i don't really see any other contender...

M

#18 Posted by Hedatary (3768 posts) - - Show Bio
Apparition said:
"Hedatary said:
"IT wins because it's instant. Thats why he calls it Instant Transmission.
"
that's just what he calls it.  that's like saying the hulk really is the strongest one there is just cause he says so.  you need something more than that to prove it."
Yea, just like how Juggs is the unstoppable when he is clearly not. And it pretty much is instant because once he disepears at Point A he is already next on Point B. It's already proven by Cell.
#19 Posted by Perfect Cell (3470 posts) - - Show Bio
Hedatary said:
"Perfect Cell said:
"Methos said:
"right, lets discount Light Speed instantly because it's way too slow to keep up with Warp Speed or Instant Transmission...

between Instant Transmission and Warp Speed it all depends on how much power is behind the Warp Core, for example, if you are pumping enough power into the warp core to allow for Warp 10 (2nd ed warp system), then you are everywhere and nowhere in the galaxy at once, so you can literally be there at the same time you are leaving the start point.

as for Instant Transmission, from what i've seen it always takes a few seconds for the 'effect' to happen, so thats secondary to warp speed...

also while Instant Transmission may be quicker in the long run at lesser warp powers, warp also allows for the 'bending' of space / time, making the win available via the use of time travel as well, which Instant Transmission can't do...

1. Warp Speed
2. Instant Transmission
3. Light Speed

M
"

Wow, someone's been doing their homework. You're right. Instant Transmission is as fast as the speed of thought. If you wish to be in one location; the person can instantly be there with a thought. But even though Instant Transmission allows person A to reach his destination alot quicker, that person needs to sense where he's going first.

And yes, the 2nd edition (if you meant Star Trek) of warp speeds (transwarp) is far faster than any of the Captain Kirk movies version of warp drive. In the movie Star Trek 4; warp 10 allowed Kirk and his crew to time travel. As the veiwer witnesses the screen, the klingon ship is gradually getting closer to the sun, but in actuallity.. the Klingon Ship flew around the Solar System 1000 times or more (can't convert star dates to modern years-sorry)

1. Warp
2. Instant Transmission
3. Light Speed"
Actually thats not true at all. In fact, the only reason he puts his fingers on his forehead is to concentrate on trying to sense where the person is so he could transport to him/her. Otherwise he could do IT without it, like the kamahamaha he used against Cell, and he never put his fingers on his forehead. And....you know whats interesting, it's that Goku could go anywhere in the universe and he could sense that person within that universe. Thats like....omnipotence right there lol but without the reality warping.


"

That is a point, but he needs to "see" where his going to pull it off without his fingers. Remember the fight between Goku and Geti Star Cooler? They were fighting at Instant Transmission speeds. But they where all fighting eachother at a local battle point.

With that in mind: when it comes to traveling to vast distances: Goku must "sense" and lock on to where he's going.
#20 Edited by Hedatary (3768 posts) - - Show Bio

But warp speed would win..

#21 Posted by Quintus_Knightfall (84353 posts) - - Show Bio

Haha Methos is the man

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#22 Posted by Methos (40103 posts) - - Show Bio
Hedatary said:
Actually thats not true at all. In fact, the only reason he puts his fingers on his forehead is to concentrate on trying to sense where the person is so he could transport to him/her. Otherwise he could do IT without it, like the kamahamaha he used against Cell, and he never put his fingers on his forehead. And....you know whats interesting, it's that Goku could go anywhere in the universe and he could sense that person within that universe. Thats like....omnipotence right there lol but without the reality warping.

um... no...

in everything i have seen it always takes about 7 to 8 seconds as anyone using IT has to use the 'remote viewing' to actually see where they are going so they don't end up in a star, a black hole or just inside a planet....

Instant Transmission Vs Warp - IT looses every time

M
#23 Posted by Hedatary (3768 posts) - - Show Bio

lol i just said Warp speed would win.

#24 Posted by Methos (40103 posts) - - Show Bio
Gambler said:
"Haha Methos is the man

heh, i have done my good deed for the year and got involved in a DBZ debate...

M
#25 Posted by Methos (40103 posts) - - Show Bio
Hedatary said:
"lol i just said Warp speed would win.
"

i posted before i saw it :D

M
#26 Posted by danhimself (22210 posts) - - Show Bio
Hedatary said:
"Perfect Cell said:
"Methos said:
"right, lets discount Light Speed instantly because it's way too slow to keep up with Warp Speed or Instant Transmission...

between Instant Transmission and Warp Speed it all depends on how much power is behind the Warp Core, for example, if you are pumping enough power into the warp core to allow for Warp 10 (2nd ed warp system), then you are everywhere and nowhere in the galaxy at once, so you can literally be there at the same time you are leaving the start point.

as for Instant Transmission, from what i've seen it always takes a few seconds for the 'effect' to happen, so thats secondary to warp speed...

also while Instant Transmission may be quicker in the long run at lesser warp powers, warp also allows for the 'bending' of space / time, making the win available via the use of time travel as well, which Instant Transmission can't do...

1. Warp Speed
2. Instant Transmission
3. Light Speed

M
"

Wow, someone's been doing their homework. You're right. Instant Transmission is as fast as the speed of thought. If you wish to be in one location; the person can instantly be there with a thought. But even though Instant Transmission allows person A to reach his destination alot quicker, that person needs to sense where he's going first.

And yes, the 2nd edition (if you meant Star Trek) of warp speeds (transwarp) is far faster than any of the Captain Kirk movies version of warp drive. In the movie Star Trek 4; warp 10 allowed Kirk and his crew to time travel. As the veiwer witnesses the screen, the klingon ship is gradually getting closer to the sun, but in actuallity.. the Klingon Ship flew around the Solar System 1000 times or more (can't convert star dates to modern years-sorry)

1. Warp
2. Instant Transmission
3. Light Speed"
Actually thats not true at all. In fact, the only reason he puts his fingers on his forehead is to concentrate on trying to sense where the person is so he could transport to him/her. Otherwise he could do IT without it, like the kamahamaha he used against Cell, and he never put his fingers on his forehead. And....you know whats interesting, it's that Goku could go anywhere in the universe and he could sense that person within that universe. Thats like....omnipotence right there lol but without the reality warping.


"

it's not omnipotence....all he's doing is sensing their energy
#27 Posted by Hedatary (3768 posts) - - Show Bio
danhimself said:
"Hedatary said:
"Perfect Cell said:
"Methos said:
"right, lets discount Light Speed instantly because it's way too slow to keep up with Warp Speed or Instant Transmission...

between Instant Transmission and Warp Speed it all depends on how much power is behind the Warp Core, for example, if you are pumping enough power into the warp core to allow for Warp 10 (2nd ed warp system), then you are everywhere and nowhere in the galaxy at once, so you can literally be there at the same time you are leaving the start point.

as for Instant Transmission, from what i've seen it always takes a few seconds for the 'effect' to happen, so thats secondary to warp speed...

also while Instant Transmission may be quicker in the long run at lesser warp powers, warp also allows for the 'bending' of space / time, making the win available via the use of time travel as well, which Instant Transmission can't do...

1. Warp Speed
2. Instant Transmission
3. Light Speed

M
"

Wow, someone's been doing their homework. You're right. Instant Transmission is as fast as the speed of thought. If you wish to be in one location; the person can instantly be there with a thought. But even though Instant Transmission allows person A to reach his destination alot quicker, that person needs to sense where he's going first.

And yes, the 2nd edition (if you meant Star Trek) of warp speeds (transwarp) is far faster than any of the Captain Kirk movies version of warp drive. In the movie Star Trek 4; warp 10 allowed Kirk and his crew to time travel. As the veiwer witnesses the screen, the klingon ship is gradually getting closer to the sun, but in actuallity.. the Klingon Ship flew around the Solar System 1000 times or more (can't convert star dates to modern years-sorry)

1. Warp
2. Instant Transmission
3. Light Speed"
Actually thats not true at all. In fact, the only reason he puts his fingers on his forehead is to concentrate on trying to sense where the person is so he could transport to him/her. Otherwise he could do IT without it, like the kamahamaha he used against Cell, and he never put his fingers on his forehead. And....you know whats interesting, it's that Goku could go anywhere in the universe and he could sense that person within that universe. Thats like....omnipotence right there lol but without the reality warping.


"

it's not omnipotence....all he's doing is sensing their energy"
lol dude, i said thats "like" omnipotence.
#28 Posted by Perfect Cell (3470 posts) - - Show Bio

I thought of making this debate becuase of the thread where people says the Flash could beat the Enterprise lol.

#29 Posted by danhimself (22210 posts) - - Show Bio
Hedatary said:
"danhimself said:
"Hedatary said:
"Perfect Cell said:
"Methos said:
"right, lets discount Light Speed instantly because it's way too slow to keep up with Warp Speed or Instant Transmission...

between Instant Transmission and Warp Speed it all depends on how much power is behind the Warp Core, for example, if you are pumping enough power into the warp core to allow for Warp 10 (2nd ed warp system), then you are everywhere and nowhere in the galaxy at once, so you can literally be there at the same time you are leaving the start point.

as for Instant Transmission, from what i've seen it always takes a few seconds for the 'effect' to happen, so thats secondary to warp speed...

also while Instant Transmission may be quicker in the long run at lesser warp powers, warp also allows for the 'bending' of space / time, making the win available via the use of time travel as well, which Instant Transmission can't do...

1. Warp Speed
2. Instant Transmission
3. Light Speed

M
"

Wow, someone's been doing their homework. You're right. Instant Transmission is as fast as the speed of thought. If you wish to be in one location; the person can instantly be there with a thought. But even though Instant Transmission allows person A to reach his destination alot quicker, that person needs to sense where he's going first.

And yes, the 2nd edition (if you meant Star Trek) of warp speeds (transwarp) is far faster than any of the Captain Kirk movies version of warp drive. In the movie Star Trek 4; warp 10 allowed Kirk and his crew to time travel. As the veiwer witnesses the screen, the klingon ship is gradually getting closer to the sun, but in actuallity.. the Klingon Ship flew around the Solar System 1000 times or more (can't convert star dates to modern years-sorry)

1. Warp
2. Instant Transmission
3. Light Speed"
Actually thats not true at all. In fact, the only reason he puts his fingers on his forehead is to concentrate on trying to sense where the person is so he could transport to him/her. Otherwise he could do IT without it, like the kamahamaha he used against Cell, and he never put his fingers on his forehead. And....you know whats interesting, it's that Goku could go anywhere in the universe and he could sense that person within that universe. Thats like....omnipotence right there lol but without the reality warping.


"

it's not omnipotence....all he's doing is sensing their energy"
lol dude, i said thats "like" omnipotence.
"
sorry most of the time i only skim others posts
#30 Posted by Apparition (11349 posts) - - Show Bio
Hedatary said:
"Apparition said:
"Hedatary said:
"IT wins because it's instant. Thats why he calls it Instant Transmission.
"
that's just what he calls it.  that's like saying the hulk really is the strongest one there is just cause he says so.  you need something more than that to prove it."
Yea, just like how Juggs is the unstoppable when he is clearly not. And it pretty much is instant because once he disepears at Point A he is already next on Point B. It's already proven by Cell.
"

its pretty much instant but not instant.
#31 Posted by Perfect Cell (3470 posts) - - Show Bio

So Methos. How long would it take to walk a light year?

#32 Posted by Perfect Cell (3470 posts) - - Show Bio
Apparition said:
"Hedatary said:
"Apparition said:
"Hedatary said:
"IT wins because it's instant. Thats why he calls it Instant Transmission.
"
that's just what he calls it.  that's like saying the hulk really is the strongest one there is just cause he says so.  you need something more than that to prove it."
Yea, just like how Juggs is the unstoppable when he is clearly not. And it pretty much is instant because once he disepears at Point A he is already next on Point B. It's already proven by Cell.
"

its pretty much instant but not instant."

It's instant to execute, but not instant to prepare.
#33 Posted by Methos (40103 posts) - - Show Bio
Perfect Cell said:
"So Methos. How long would it take to walk a light year?"
one light year is 63,241 AU...

which is about 5,878,625,373,183.61 miles if i got my math right...

so avarage walking speed os, what 7 miles per hour?

so basic maths here, time = distance / speed

Time = 5,878,625,373,183.61 / 3.12928 (i converted to Meters per second for ease)

Time = 839,818,247,909 hours approx...

which is about 95,814,974 years at avarage walking speed...

why?

M


#34 Posted by Methos (40103 posts) - - Show Bio

so, was there any reason you wanted to know that?

M

#35 Posted by MotorSteel (1757 posts) - - Show Bio
Methos said:
"Perfect Cell said:
"So Methos. How long would it take to walk a light year?"
one light year is 63,241 AU...

which is about 5,878,625,373,183.61 miles if i got my math right...

so avarage walking speed os, what 7 miles per hour?

so basic maths here, time = distance / speed

Time = 5,878,625,373,183.61 / 3.12928 (i converted to Meters per second for ease)

Time = 839,818,247,909 hours approx...

which is about 95,814,974 years at avarage walking speed...

why?

M


"
I guess I'll start today then.


Haha
#36 Posted by ~Rayne~ (1876 posts) - - Show Bio
Methos said:
"Perfect Cell said:
"So Methos. How long would it take to walk a light year?"
one light year is 63,241 AU...

which is about 5,878,625,373,183.61 miles if i got my math right...

so avarage walking speed os, what 7 miles per hour?

so basic maths here, time = distance / speed

Time = 5,878,625,373,183.61 / 3.12928 (i converted to Meters per second for ease)

Time = 839,818,247,909 hours approx...

which is about 95,814,974 years at avarage walking speed...

why?

M


"
Jesus...What a god mode.....

Shakes head in disbelief
#37 Posted by Perfect Cell (3470 posts) - - Show Bio
Methos said:
"Perfect Cell said:
"So Methos. How long would it take to walk a light year?"
one light year is 63,241 AU...

which is about 5,878,625,373,183.61 miles if i got my math right...

so avarage walking speed os, what 7 miles per hour?

so basic maths here, time = distance / speed

Time = 5,878,625,373,183.61 / 3.12928 (i converted to Meters per second for ease)

Time = 839,818,247,909 hours approx...

which is about 95,814,974 years at avarage walking speed...

why?

M


"

Oops, I didn't mean by the whole year, but by the second light travels. 186,000mps. How long will it take to without stopping to reach 186,000 miles by walking. I was just wondering becuase it takes around 30 weeks without stopping to walk around the world (that's 5mph-unless you're power walking). I wanted to compare how long it takes to walk around the world and map it to 186,000 miles distance so I can see how many Flat Earth can stretch and cover 186,000miles.

It's wierd question, I know.
#38 Posted by Perfect Cell (3470 posts) - - Show Bio
Methos said:
"so, was there any reason you wanted to know that?

M
"

Great answer btw.
#39 Posted by One-Above-You (1907 posts) - - Show Bio
Perfect Cell said:
"Methos said:
"Perfect Cell said:
"So Methos. How long would it take to walk a light year?"
one light year is 63,241 AU...

which is about 5,878,625,373,183.61 miles if i got my math right...

so avarage walking speed os, what 7 miles per hour?

so basic maths here, time = distance / speed

Time = 5,878,625,373,183.61 / 3.12928 (i converted to Meters per second for ease)

Time = 839,818,247,909 hours approx...

which is about 95,814,974 years at avarage walking speed...

why?

M


"

Oops, I didn't mean by the whole year, but by the second light travels. 186,000mps. How long will it take to without stopping to reach 186,000 miles by walking. I was just wondering becuase it takes around 30 weeks without stopping to walk around the world (that's 5mph-unless you're power walking). I wanted to compare how long it takes to walk around the world and map it to 186,000 miles distance so I can see how many Flat Earth can stretch and cover 186,000miles.

It's wierd question, I know."
There is this thing called a calculator that is perfect for problems such as this.
#40 Edited by Tevnoba (3494 posts) - - Show Bio
Hedatary said:
"danhimself said:
"Hedatary said:
"Perfect Cell said:
"Methos said:
"right, lets discount Light Speed instantly because it's way too slow to keep up with Warp Speed or Instant Transmission...

between Instant Transmission and Warp Speed it all depends on how much power is behind the Warp Core, for example, if you are pumping enough power into the warp core to allow for Warp 10 (2nd ed warp system), then you are everywhere and nowhere in the galaxy at once, so you can literally be there at the same time you are leaving the start point.

as for Instant Transmission, from what i've seen it always takes a few seconds for the 'effect' to happen, so thats secondary to warp speed...

also while Instant Transmission may be quicker in the long run at lesser warp powers, warp also allows for the 'bending' of space / time, making the win available via the use of time travel as well, which Instant Transmission can't do...

1. Warp Speed
2. Instant Transmission
3. Light Speed

M
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Wow, someone's been doing their homework. You're right. Instant Transmission is as fast as the speed of thought. If you wish to be in one location; the person can instantly be there with a thought. But even though Instant Transmission allows person A to reach his destination alot quicker, that person needs to sense where he's going first.

And yes, the 2nd edition (if you meant Star Trek) of warp speeds (transwarp) is far faster than any of the Captain Kirk movies version of warp drive. In the movie Star Trek 4; warp 10 allowed Kirk and his crew to time travel. As the veiwer witnesses the screen, the klingon ship is gradually getting closer to the sun, but in actuallity.. the Klingon Ship flew around the Solar System 1000 times or more (can't convert star dates to modern years-sorry)

1. Warp
2. Instant Transmission
3. Light Speed"
Actually thats not true at all. In fact, the only reason he puts his fingers on his forehead is to concentrate on trying to sense where the person is so he could transport to him/her. Otherwise he could do IT without it, like the kamahamaha he used against Cell, and he never put his fingers on his forehead. And....you know whats interesting, it's that Goku could go anywhere in the universe and he could sense that person within that universe. Thats like....omnipotence right there lol but without the reality warping.


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it's not omnipotence....all he's doing is sensing their energy"
lol dude, i said thats "like" omnipotence.
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  Actually it would be closer to omniscience (knowing everything)- but it is not even that because it is still limited.