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What are wormholes?
« on: 04/08/2015 17:15:07 »
What are wormholes, and how would one be created? James Farr investigates the secrets of the universe with Cambridge University's Harvey Reall...
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What are wormholes?
« Reply #1 on: 04/08/2015 17:15:07 »
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James Farr investigates with Harvey Reall, theoretical physicist from Cambridge University...

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Re: What are wormholes?
« Reply #2 on: 13/09/2015 21:53:00 »
Where are the worms? Everyone knows to make a wormhole you need a worm!  In the case of cosmological wormholes, I wonder what the equivalent would be?  Energy?
 

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Re: What are wormholes?
« Reply #3 on: 14/09/2015 12:20:48 »
Glad you said energy.. I have a great pictures of a huge space worm in my mind... coming to swallow planets and stars whole!

Maybe these spaceworms are made of of dark matter and use dark energy so we can't observe them... sneaky things..
 

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