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Worm/ Dumb holes



So what is a worm hole? It's a black hole. But with a twist. Literally. A spinning black hole is called a worm hole, which is believed to actually travel across space. But not going against the laws of physics, but by using the dimensions of the universe. So if you wanted to get across the universe, theoretically, a worm hole would bend the universe making where you are and your destination right next to each other, so you could get there instantaneously. Now going to a dumb hole, something that has been created on Earth, rather than trapping light, a dumb hole traps sound. So scientist can create a dumb hole and study the fundamentals of that and apply it to a black hole to learn more from that. Interesting stuff


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