I know this has popped up as an aside in several previous threads, but search is not my friend.
At the maximum acceleration a human body can stand, how far could you reach any nearby star of interest? Assume the impossible: That you carry enough fuel to maintain acceleration all the way to the half point and then to stop all the rest of the way.
What is this acceleration, btw? What are the assumptions we are making to call this acceleration survivable (for a long time)?
How does this acceleration compare to what our actual machines, probes and robots can withstand? What would be the transit time for this acceleration?
What is the maximum acceleration we are now getting from our modern rockets? And again, what would be the transit time for this acceleration if you had the fuel to keep it burning all the way there?
Thanks in advance, I know there are many here who know these from the top of their heads.