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Missing Wormhole [Pic]

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Missing Wormhole [Pic]. If you find it, leave it alone... Slightly on topic: Can a wormhole really exist beyond theory? Thought, I-A-B.
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Male, 18-29, Midwest US
 1597 Posts
Friday, June 8, 2012 9:12:42 PM
I'm pretty sure wormholes exist, just not in the way most people think of them.

Male, 18-29, Southern US
 106 Posts
Friday, June 8, 2012 9:02:06 PM
As for wormholes, they likely do exist, and they are literally everywhere. They're just small. Like, quantum small, and they constantly appear and reappear. Nothing is perfectly smooth, not even spacetime. Most of them connect to parallel universes although some reconnect to our own universe. These could connect to the past, present or future.

It might even be possible to enlarge and stabilize a wormhole for travel, but it would require some exotic form of matter that has a negative total energy. This would almost certainly not work for the wormholes that connect to the past, however, because radiation from the present would be able to travel through them and create an infinitely increasing amount of radiation in our universe (the radiation from the present would add to the amount of radiation in the universe in the past, which will eventually become the present). This is the feedback loop nayrbarr was talking about.

Male, 18-29, Southern US
 106 Posts
Friday, June 8, 2012 8:53:44 PM
No, the burden of proof is always on the one making the claim. It's one thing to say, "I don`t see any reason to believe that a god exists." It`s another thing to say "There is no god". The latter claim comes with a burden of proof.

Male, 30-39, Eastern US
 712 Posts
Friday, June 8, 2012 8:11:04 PM
Yes I just have one question over those arguing the existence/nonexistence bit.

Have you bunch ...ever...been laid?

Male, 18-29, Europe
 372 Posts
Friday, June 8, 2012 4:51:21 PM
@DuckBoy87 That statement is self-defeating. If someone says "There is no god" and you say "It's not true until you prove it" then it must, by your logic, be true until you can prove that they need to prove it. This is a paradox. Quik is correct.

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