I can slavishly infer that Plato's Cave is the most instructional written down allegory. Every single day, we foolish creatures fail to realize how vast reality is, and even then we fail to ask ourselves: "what is reality?". A banal example: "All is for granted" is a potent triggering agent of major life disappointments.
Warp drive permitting faster-than-light travel is the most mind catching concept I can think of. No law of relativity dictates to be out of question for space-time to go faster than light. The amount of required energy to craft a bubble which would surround our starship is sorrowfully exponentially bigger than the whole Sun's energy, and on top, it's a negative energy.
Your contributions on this forum is appreciable. However, I would like to give you an advice - it's not good to make comments on almost all profile posts you come through even when profile posts section is public. Avoid unnecessary comments.
It just gets annoying sometimes. Make comment when you have something to contribute or profile posts relates to you in some way. I hope you will take this in good spirit.
The Exoplanet Proxima b is the most fascinating planet current scientific studies are conducted on. The energy levels it receives from the star it orbits, Proxima Centauri, are very close to the ones our planet gets, which leads to believe the planet could embody liquid oceans, potentially equating to life.