All I'm saying is, why should I believe that faster than light travel can be accomplished when every single piece of empirical evidence gathered so far says otherwise?
A lot of GUT and String Theory bullshit is theoretical physicists trying to get papers published and find ways to explain the unobservable, whether they have any evidence to back it up or not.
Yeah, the GUT is PROBABLY true. We'll probably have to obtain the pressure created by a universe the size of our galaxy in order observe it though.
Wormholes, as of right now, are science fiction. Most of the people theorizing about wormholes agree that in order to use them, some form of exotic matter that "hypothetically might exist" would be necessary to use it. So we need some hypothetical space-time event, and a hypothetical substance, to hypothetically do some elaborate task. I do like that they work within Einsteinian physics though.
As a scientist, yes I can hypothesize, but I'm not going to go against what has been empirically proven so far. At this point in time, and my belief forever, galaxy level space travel will be logistically impossible.
If someone gives me a legitimate, testable
, and provable model of super-luminal-travel, I'll believe it. Otherwise it's fiction.
Edit:instability of wormholes