Because I don't think it's been said:ssbookyu123 wrote:This has been bothering me for a while now and I can't think of a way that artifical gravity is feasible at all so I'm open to suggetions.
Science really doesn't understand gravity. Really. Physicists admit this. Restrictions you put on it will be made unreliable by the fact that we don't even know what gravity is doing under normal circumstances, much less under hypothetical tweaked-for-our-use circumstances.
Edit: My point being that sci-fi's "real" antigravity isn't very troubling from a scientific perspective. There are fundamental reasons that faster-than-light travel won't work with any amount of technobabble (even if you're "jumping" through some sort of "warp"), but antigravity is pretty much in the category of "if the author wrote it in, we assume they found a way, and that's fine."