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Wormholes and Science

The good news: science shows that wormholes can exist; the bad news, however, they are unusable to travel through interstellar space. Apparently travel through a wormhole would be much slower, then travel outside it.

This is a real dumper on those who hoped to cross the galaxy in relatively short time – as wormholes used to be the most promising method of effective “faster-than-light” travel… But perhaps we should not give up as science might still find another way to use wormholes as a potential interstellar road network.


The Expanding-Hollow Earth Model

The purpose of this writing is to provide a response to the RationalWiki articles on the expanding and hollow Earth models by combining these two models in one expanding-hollow Earth model or EHEM. As a preliminary note anything below is not supposed to be taken seriously but as mean to make fun of pseudo-science. Please enjoy the subsequent discussion. Continue reading →