wormholes - So what is a space wormhole? A space wormhole...

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-1 So what is a space wormhole? A space wormhole is a theory of using a tunnel inside of a blackhole to go through hyperspace, which hypothetically could lead into the past or future, into unknown regions of the cosmos, or to a completely different universe. In short a wormhole is a shortcut through space and time. This idea was first brought up by Ludwig Flamm and Karl Schwarzschild in 1916. Still today no one is sure whether or not these space wormholes do exist. They do not break any of the current laws of physics though it is still unsure if it is possible for a wormhole to form. Scientist’s used to believe that falling into a blackhole would be instant death, but after some further research it is possible that these blackholes could lead to wormholes in space to travel through. A wormhole consists of two mouths and one throat, where an object must travel from one mouth and through the throat to get to the other mouth. There are two forms of wormholes, intra- universe and inter-universe. Intra-universe is a wormhole that connects two locations of a single
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course NR 130 taught by Professor Theodorechamberlain during the Fall '07 term at Colorado State.

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