Travelling of Tomorrow

When we consider the future opportunities of intercontinental or interstellar travel we are always faced with the same problems. The limitation of fuel tanks, range and fuel types, fossilized or any other kind, limit speed… Hypothetically, an average man is able to flight around the world in 80-100 hours. However, it would take 70.000 years with the fastest rockets to reach the next closest star.

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Thus, the mankind is still in the process of trying to find a good, reliable and vastly available energy source. Nuclear power, because of the extreme energy output, was promised to be the energy of future.  It is estimated that one nuclear power plant generates as much energy per day as 50.000 wind power stations. Experts thought that the radioactive waste that was produced could be turn into non dangerous material within one and half decades. Unfortunately, in the past 60 years, when the first nuclear power station was built, there was not any development in the problem of recycling the radioactive waste.