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Travel Through A Wormhole - A Possibility?

The term wormhole became popular and well-known, after the release of the movie Interstellar. The movie made the viewers research and discuss about black holes, the dimensions of nature and space travel. While there had been constructive thoughts on this topic, researchers worldwide have been studying the laws of physics behind intergalactic space travel. But, before we proceed to that, let’s see about the different types of space-time phenomenon.

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thorstein83d ago

"The term wormhole became popular and well-known, after the release of the movie Interstellar. "

Ummm....no it didn't. It was already popular and well known and well used for decades beforehand.

pressjudge83d ago

I actually think someone is experimenting with worm hols but keep it a secret

TheRandomOne81d ago

The term wormhole became popular and well-known, after the release of the movie Interstellar

I guess this author does not watch a lot of Science Fiction

Princess_Pilfer81d ago

No, it's not a possibility, at least not based on what I think we know. A cursory google search will turn up a couple different people explaining that the amount of energy necessary to maintain such a thing, even if it was possible in the first place, would be absurd in the extreme, and even if it could be maintained the act of traveling through it would probably be fatal.

Also, so far as I know, scientists haven't actually created a fluid with negative mass, and the articles claiming they have are written by people who don't know WTF they're talking about and/or didn't bother to check.

Also, if you're gonna write a "science" article, the very least you could do is cite sources for the things your saying.

KingPin81d ago

i agree with checking sources but if i stated a bunch of sci-fi movies/novels/tv series, would you take me as an author serious?

P.S - im not the author im just asking a hypothetical question. :)