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    Quote Originally Posted by dgold44 View Post
    That is what all the experts say. !!
    I wonder how they measure radiation in a worm hole. They are only a theory at this point. We have never seen one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Padme View Post
    It makes sense... However, the Earth's gravitational field is kind of huge. In order to build a spaceship that did not have a significant weight, the building distance would be at least at moon distance if not farther and if at the moon, then it would be exposed to the moon's gravitational force... An advantage, but would the builders then be exposed to galactic radiation?
    The gravity in earth orbit, moon orbit, or on the moon is much less than the gravity at an earth based launch site.
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