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Scientists Discover Way To Use Wormholes For Intergalactic Travel

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The stuff of science fiction movies like Interstellar or the MCU's Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is coming closer to reality.  According to Vice , scientists are looking into creating a supercomputer that would allow them to send information through wormholes, opening the doorway to possible forms of intergalactic travel. The article largely cites the work of quantum physicist and honorary research fellow at the University of Bristol's Quantum Engineering Technology Labs Hatim Salih. Salih proposes creating a next-level "exchange-free" quantum computer using existing technologies and components that would enable scientists to manufacture wormholes using the process of counterportation.

Salih believes it could be built "within the next three to four years," meaning the first experiments involving wormholes could happen within this decade. Scientists have been working on a similar process called quantum transportation which involves the entanglement of two objects to copy and redisburse them through space or wormholes. Counterportation is similar to quantum teleportation but without the entanglement, which would result in the kind of teleportation we're familiar with, where one object vanishes in one place and reappears in another without being scrambled, destroyed, or reconstructed.

Scientists Discover Way To Use Wormholes For Intergalactic Travel (msn.com)

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