Was Science Fiction Right About Wormholes?


by Brian Koberlein | 1 February 2019 | Physics

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://blog.briankoberlein.com/was-science-fiction-right-about-wormholes/


Just wandering about how would it be if we know for sure all about the fabric of space itself. I just can’t get rid of it out of my mind, the possibility actually space is the most organized form in nature. What leads me to that conclusion is actual knowledge of entanglement. We can’t call it density but we just need to make it.
I always think on two canned phones with string in between, so you can even hear the whisper talk.
Everything in this universe is so damn calm and fixed that it goes me on nerves amazingly hard, don’t it?