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Wormholes could be the key to beating the Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle May 15, 2016

Posted by Al Philipson in Uncategorized.
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Wormholes“Time travel seems much more common in science fiction than it is in reality. We’ve never met anyone from the future, after all. But all of the physics we know indicates that wormholes – another science fiction favourite – could really be used to travel backwards in time.

“Wormholes are like portals between two places in the Universe. If you fell in one side, you’d pop out the other immediately, regardless of how far apart the two sides were. But wormholes are also like portals between two times in the Universe. As Carl Sagan liked to say, you wouldn’t just emerge somewhere else in space, but also somewhen else in time.”

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