Admittedly, this probably isn't breaking physics, we just don't fully understand it. But I think the best way is to may build some small probes, launch them, and see what happens. I remember reading an article on here years ago about someone wanting to send probes the size of a can of pop to Titan and try and get through the ice cap and see what the hell is underneath. Personally I'd love to see this combined with better communication satellites (after all we are going to need wifi on Mars someday) so we can blast out a ton of probes and have them get us good data in a timely manner. I know putting satellites around say Jupiter might sound silly, but for a probe like Voyager I trying to phone home it has to look for something that is like 1/100 the brightness of a lightbulb, whereas if we had a network of comm equipment through the solar system I think it opens up a lot of exploration possibilities.