What is the fastest a (living) human being could travel in space? Inside our solar system? Between star systems? Robotic interstellar probes?
What is the most optimistic (somewhat) realistic high head theories? At least what could possibly possible from the most optimistic viewpoint? Without interdimensional timewarps and deformed freaks tripping on sandworm birth fluid. Unless that is a possibility.
Will the Earth get so crappy that humans be willing to go into a "frozen" stasis for millions of years just for the chance of a new home?
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