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Worm Holes-A loophole in the Point A to B theory

Updated on March 8, 2011

Is the speed of light really the only way there?

If you could cross the expanse of space, how would you travel? Well, you take your interstellar space vehicle and travel at the speed of light, the time around you seemingly coming to a halt as you flow smoothly through the uneven balances of Matter and Anti-Matter, Matter winning by a little over 1%. You could use conventional rocketry, nuclear combustion, or a light sail from emitted light stringing through space, these all seeming like a great idea.

But what about getting there faster, is there a way you could cheat the traditional physics of current space theory of strictly Point A to Point B? Well there could be an easier way of accomplishing such a shortcut to cut your time of travel by 100's of years, if that could even be stated with the slowing of time fluctuation in space travel. What if you could use a black hole to create a worm hole of sorts, a tunnel of extreme pull and rip almost as if it was a rip in the fabric of time itself, the extreme environment of such a construct would almost indefinably annihilate your crew almost instantly. So the question of the day would be how to deter the environmental abnormality in the heart of such an almost invisible monster, it's only feasible cousin being the whirlpool of our uncontrollable earthly oceans.


Now, lets try to break this down into terms of a chemistry based radical theory. If a ship in our oceans traveling at 20 miles/hour were to encounter the outer rims of a massive whirlpool, what would happen? The whirlpool would begin it's suction of the foreign mass into it's center, the ship falling deeper and deeper into the realms of it's deadly grip as it's speed actually increases with the pulling of the abnormal presence. But as it sank, something almost undefinable happens, as the ship's crew see's that the air has encapsulated down with them allowing for a few more seconds of breaths before being sucked into it's underwater tornado and with an extreme pressure, ripping the crewmen and ship alike into shreds. This scenario doesn't have to happen of course, as the ship could be fitted with a device capable of binding the molecules of the ship's composition with the oxygen being pulled into the mass, and with another device, allowing a set destination trajectory for the ship to follow a course within the underwater flow of H20. The increased oxygen generated from the whirlpool's energy could help to bind the ship's and crew's molecular structures together and recreating the molecules in the set destination acquired from the machine on-board.

This theory could be used in the setting of a black hole as well, and with increasing knowledge almost every minute of the day on different locations of astronomical quadrants located throughout the universe as we know it, would almost be plausible in theory. If the spacecraft could be warped upon initial impact of the black hole, it could disprove the theory of the conventional A to B theory of Einstein laws. But until that day comes, we will never know...


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