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Re: Hyperspace

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Posted by Imran Kassim/">Imran Kassim on March 3, 1998 02:00:18 UTC

I have brought up the theory regarding the curvature of the universe to my astrophysics teacher, but she disagreed with the hypothesis, and claimed that the universe was warped instead. Here's the question. If the universe is not curved, how is it that wormholes may exist? If the universe is warped, may it be possible for wormholes to exist ? Anyway, the theory of wormholes has been derived from our fimite minds, that we must travel through a tunnel. However, the universe concerns the understanding of things way beyond our finite minds. Must it be a wormhole? It could be some sort of warp gate.

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