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Astrophysicist Says It’s Likely We Can Travel Through Wormholes – Futurism

We’re not there yet, but scientists are making a shocking amount of progress.

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Warp Zone
Wormholes, or theoretical bridges connecting distant points in spacetime, are quickly being plucked from the realm of science fiction and brought into scientific reality.
In recent years, scientists have made significant progress toward making sense of these hypothetical warp tunnels. Pointing to all that research, Liverpool John Moores University astrophysicist Andreea Font argues in a new essay in The Conversation that it seems increasingly likely that real people might one day travel…

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