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The "warp drive" is a ficticious device used in science fiction - specifically, in the Star Trek series. It is not a real device, and I don't think many details are published about how it is supposed to work.
A warp bubble is a theoretical design of propulsion that is able to overcome the theory that nothing can travel passed the speed of light. Instead of trying to go faster, the warp bubble allows a craft to condense the space in front of them and expand the space in back of them. In essence it is like a cosmic surfer. The spacecraft would ride upon the wave of spacial distortion that it is creating by its warp bubble.
mainly because the heat makes the wood weak. Therefore making it warp. (okay honestly, I'm guessing)
The Manhatten Project cost $2 Billion each A-bomb cost $30,000 in 1945
Warp drive has a powerfull engine that warps space around it and hyper drive travels through space in a streight line where as warp bends the fabric of space to travel from one destination to another
Nobody knows, because so far, there is no such thing as warp drive, and the fabric of space is an almost meaningless phrase that's used mainly to talk about Physics to people who don't understand much of it.
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The warp drive engages.
It was so hot that the plastic cover began to warp. A spacecraft equipped with a warp drive may travel at velocities greater than that of light by many orders of magnitude The star ship Enterprise can do a maximum speed of warp ten. Each individual warp thread in a fabric is called a warp end.