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Wormholes on Earth?


Posted on Monday, 19 November, 2007 | Comment icon 9 comments


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"According to a group of mathematicians, it may be possible to create devices with internal tunnels that are invisible to detection by electromagnetic waves—wormholes, in a sense."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by MoonPrincess on 19 November, 2007, 14:15
I heard about this. While watching a program about Beruma Triangle. And how it could be a warmhole in the water. That somehow links to Japan's Trangle. :/ Thanks for the article.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Zero of Deism on 19 November, 2007, 15:09
Wow.. if we could make worm holes, think of the possabilities. Instant-Travel... Faster internet speeds . Microscopic worm holes that will open a connection from your PC to a download site! =O
Comment icon #3 Posted by magnetar on 19 November, 2007, 15:11
I may not read the article, but it sounds like meta-materials, which are selective in what they absorb or negative-refract. I bet the USAF has something like this.
Comment icon #4 Posted by Bella-Angelique on 19 November, 2007, 18:01
If this will get me a home portal in place of pumping gas then I am all for it.
Comment icon #5 Posted by klc9100 on 19 November, 2007, 20:45
I heard about this. While watching a program about Beruma Triangle. And how it could be a warmhole in the water. That somehow links to Japan's Trangle. :/ Thanks for the article. yep. i saw that same show. i actually posted it in another thread about a month ago maybe. it was pretty damn cool. they showed that globe & how the worm hole connected the bermuda triangle to the devil's triangle off the coast of japan. i was like
Comment icon #6 Posted by King Techno on 19 November, 2007, 21:03
I wrote these short stories a while ago, and the characters used wormholes to travel between their world and ours, so I thought of something like this a long time ago. I need credit where credit is due!
Comment icon #7 Posted by swtp on 19 November, 2007, 22:57
If this will get me a home portal in place of pumping gas then I am all for it. I agree, that would be great! But i doubt the big oil companies as well as the airlines wouldn,t like it too much!
Comment icon #8 Posted by primordial on 20 November, 2007, 0:37
I have heard of this b4 years back. At the south and the north poles: Earth is twisting time or warping space-time around it as it spins. Its called Frame-dragging and it was thought up since 1918. Experiment with a ball by spinning it while u take a bath. Make sure the water is completely tranquil.
Comment icon #9 Posted by MoonPrincess on 21 November, 2007, 21:28
yep. i saw that same show. i actually posted it in another thread about a month ago maybe. it was pretty damn cool. they showed that globe & how the worm hole connected the bermuda triangle to the devil's triangle off the coast of japan. i was like Cool. It was. I mean how is that even possible? I can understand what they were saying. But is it the samething as a blackhole? ;; Yeah. They are both connected which means they're actually the samething.


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