I was reading an interview with Carl Sagan, where he described how a wormhole would theoretically work if you travel between 2 points, point A and point B. However, is it possible that we can not only use this to traverse space, but time (assuming wormholes exist)? For instance, if we find a wormhole here on earth the leads to the same exact spot.. but 300 years in the past or the future? Also this leads me to ask, can a wormhole travel to another dimension, given the theory that there are a vast number of other dimensions and ours is just one of that number? Assuming all this in Am I just making up nonsense and is this completely out of the range of current theories, or can it be possible?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Wormholes and time travel

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