Worm Holes: An Intergalactic Space/Time Continuum Short Cut..Fact Or Fantasy..Do They Exist..By Hank Curci SCIFI Author.


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STORY SYNOPSIS

WORM HOLES

A SPACE/TIME CONTINUUM SHORT CUT

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Hank explores interplanetary space travel through a space/time continuum system known as a worm hole.

Worm Holes are thought to be formed from a very larg star going super nova.

The Star then imploding  on itself causing a great mass compression center made of nutronium so dense that one once would weigh as much as a small automobile.

This nutronium mass then causing an intense gravitational field theoretically capable of warping space and time.

This is also the makings of a black hole.

Worm holes, if they exist, cause the fabric of space to compress so that a thousand light year trip would take only three weeks and not a thousand years.

No one has ever seen a worm hole and for the moment they are undiscovered theoretical possibilities.

Science Fictions Writers enhance their outer space stories with Worm Holes. 

In Hank Curci’s popular SCIFI short story called:

ROMAN HONEYMOON,CIRCA 3000AD

 Roman Honey

he has a chapter taking place in the year 2300AD where exceeding the speed of light has finally been achieved.

Interplanetary space travel is taking place as a common means of transport much as the airplane had become a standard in the 21st century.

What is making outer space travel happen is the discovery of various worm holes near Planet Earth that has made travel to far off places in the Milky Way Galaxy common vacation spots.

See Hank Curci’s space/time continuum in Einstein’s time disparagement function.

Click On Link. 

WWW.SPACENOODLES.COM/EINSTEIN.HTML

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END TRANSMISSION..

FROM DEEP SPACE STAR CLUSTER

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