Tuesday, March 31, 2009


To move between two points on the same timeline, one would need to travel through what is known as a wormhole.

While there is technically no observational evidence of the existence of wormholes, the theory of a wormhole as a passage between two points within a timeline are considered valid solutions in general relativity.

The illustration below represents time having been folded over upon itself as described in van Strickum’s closed timelike curve and shows the path a potential wormhole would provide between those two points.

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