What if we could traverse distances on an astronomical scale, in a blink of an eye, through the use of a wormhole?
It’s a topic rife with speculation — but if recently published research is anything to go by, traversing through an interdimensional wormhole may not be quite as far-fetched as it sounds.
Two separate groups of researchers have suggested new theories as to how to make wormholes safe enough to be traversable by humans. Both papers were published today in the journal Physical Review Letters.
They're already safe for others, so why wouldn't they be safe for humans? To read more, click here.