Hundreds of years ago, Albert Einstein stipulated that ‘velocities greater than that of light have no possibility of existence’. It took a couple centuries for humanity to gain a deeper understanding of the universe and find a way to travel to the stars and beyond, thanks to the tachyon drive.
Zonn, Emang, Taggais and countless other planets at the far ends of the galaxy now carry human settlements and provide us with invaluable data to further our research.
Quantum entanglement of faster-than-light tachyons happens naturally throughout the universe. We control this phenomenon using stabilisers that create what we call ‘tachyon fields’, where entangled neutrons are collected by relatively simple reclamation towers.