Worm Holes

Worm Holes

Worm Hole Theories

Worm holes can most likely access parallel universes.

Worm holes are so tiny that humans couldn't use them, but with new technology we can catch on and enlarge it so that it can be of use to us.

Worm holes give us instantanious travel from one point in the universe to the other.

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Worm Hole Facts

In 1935, Albert Einstein and Nathan Rosen used the theory of general relativity to propose the existence of "bridges" through space and time.

The openings for the worm holes are called mouths and the middle is filled with negative energy and is called the throat.

Wormholes bring with them the dangers of sudden collapse, high radiation and dangerous contact with exotic matter.

Many people think about black holes or a similarity to them when they hear worm hole and think that it is all the same, but there is a very big difference.
Worm holes act as secret tunnels that connect one end of the universe with another end, allowing travel between the two places to be instantanious.
Black holes are totally different because they suck things in with their strong gravitational pull and no one ever sees them again because they are destroyed.
Worm holes will someday be able to help us travel across the galaxy a lot faster than we may think. Imagine being able to go to a parallel universe and finding a different, yet still unique version of yourself.

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