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We can't tell it exactly, but it might be possible. There are chances that there is a slight difference in time between two parallel universes and might cause a difference in what is happening to recover it. For example, assume that you are playing pool and you hit the white ball and it suddenly diverts itself without colliding into any other balls. This is due to the time difference between two parallel universes. There is another example between 2 parallel universes, again assume that you are playing pool. You hit the white ball and it travels to another ball to strike it. Mid way it disappears. While in the other parallel universe you can see one ball divided into 2. But as you asked, it should be possible to reach other universes through wormholes, forward or backwards in time. When an object moves closer to the speed of light, around a wormhole it is possible to travel through time. But it would be a violation of the laws of Motion. But to a person far away from a wormhole it appears that the object in the worm hole appears to be moving faster than the speed of light. Hence time travel is possible through worm holes. For further information watch the YouTube video " how to travel through time, a documentary by discovery channel.

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When were wormholes discovered?

Many, many years ago, in apples. Oh, those aren't the "wormholes" that you mean? The concept of a "wormhole through space" is a mathematical construct, implied by our imperfect understanding of the mathematical models that SEEM TO describe the world we live in. There is not one shred of evidence that these wormholes through space might actually exist, although I think they would be really neat if they did. But for now, wormholes have NEVER been discovered. Wormholes exist in 2009 only in the imaginations of science fiction writers.


Does a Worm hole exist?

In physics, a wormhole is a hypothetical topological feature of spacetime that is fundamentally a 'shortcut' through space and time. Spacetime can be viewed as a 2D surface, and when 'folded' over, a wormhole bridge can be formed. A wormhole has at least two mouths which are connected to a single throat or tube. If the wormhole is traversable, matter can 'travel' from one mouth to the other by passing through the throat. While there is no observational evidence for wormholes, spacetimes-containing wormholes are known to be valid solutions in general relativity. The term wormhole was coined by the American theoretical physicist John Wheeler in 1957. However, the idea of wormholes was theorized already in 1921 by the German mathematician Hermann Weyl in connection with his analysis of mass in terms of electromagnetic field energy.[1]


Are there past or future universes?

According to Einstein (although it sounds a bit far fetched and plain out 'weird' this Universe is constantly doubling into new universes every single millisecond, meaning that every new universe is therefore NEW and there for on the day of initial coming into creation. Each Universe (says Einstein) is identical and their occurances are identical, and everything that happens in one Universe will happen in the other (but they cannot effect each other).That's where Time Travel comes into play... Einstein say the Universe was created (not saying how) and a millisecond later a new Universe was born, 1 millisecond behind the first. Now, he doesn't say weather every universe splits every millisecond, he just this one. So, if we want to get ten millisecond into the past, we have to go to Universe number ten. In that sense, we cannot go to the future because this universe is the furthest yet. The future (says I) doesn't exist. Also, this removes the chances of time paradoxes (the act of changing the present by doing something in the past and all). If you somehow enter a different Universe an kill your dad before you were born, THAT Universe's future is changed and different from this one's.However Einstein no sense in his explanation of how to get to an alternate or parallel Universe (something about copying every detail of yourself and this disintegrating and then passing through a foam cube or something and being re created as a replication of your in a different Universe.


What are the main two elements that undergo fusion to power the sun?

Hydrogen fuses into helium-4 through a process involving helium-3 as an intermediate. So the best answer to the question is "Hydrogen and helium." Very late in the life of a star like the sun other elements will start to fuse, but the sun hasn't reached that stage and probably won't for several billion years yet.


Can you split white light by passing through it through a prison?

You can split white light into a spectrum of its component wavelengths by passing it through a prism, not a prison.

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Through the Wormhole - 2010 Are There Parallel Universes 2-6 was released on: USA: 13 July 2011


Where you will go if you go into a worm hole in outer space?

wormholes may possibly exist, but there is no evidence saying that 'wormhole is definitely exist. but if you do get through the wormholes, that means you get a shortcut through spacetime, so you can go into other universes outside our universe and also you can go through time like time traveling.


Are there wormholes in the universe?

Wormholes, aka "Einstein-Rosen bridges," were once thought to connect quasars and black holes. It is now known that quasars ARE black holes, and there is no evidence they are connected to anything. Black holes are pinched off spaces of our universe, exotic and strange, but not mystically mysterious. It remains theoretically possible we could manufacture connections to other points in space-time or other dimensions (universes) through "wormholes," or something like them, however what is possible is sometimes also unlikely. Wormholes are not particularly likely.


Do wormholes lead to other worlds?

In the law of physics, wormhole can possibly exists, but no one ever found a wormhole or seen. there is no evidence that wormhole can exist. However if it does exists, then yes you can use it to go through to other universes/worlds and also you can use it as a time machine.


How can you get into a parallel universe?

You can get into a parallel universe through wormholes which are located in the middle of blackholes. However it would take a space shuttle as BIG AS JUPITER to get near the blackhole without splitting into membrains. It would also take negative matter to keep the gate open FOR THAT LONG


When were wormholes discovered?

Many, many years ago, in apples. Oh, those aren't the "wormholes" that you mean? The concept of a "wormhole through space" is a mathematical construct, implied by our imperfect understanding of the mathematical models that SEEM TO describe the world we live in. There is not one shred of evidence that these wormholes through space might actually exist, although I think they would be really neat if they did. But for now, wormholes have NEVER been discovered. Wormholes exist in 2009 only in the imaginations of science fiction writers.


How can you travel between dimensions in theory?

Many physicists believes that upper-dimensional travel is a theoretical plausibility. There are theoretical wormholes created through the 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th dimensions which in theory should be traversal. Although, humans would probably not survive a travel through the 7th, 8th or 9th dimension, due to the alternate physical rules of other universes.


How does electron moves one place to another?

Electron's position is Uncertain.That's according to Heisenberg Uncertainty principle we cannot calculate the position and momentum at the same time. Electron is supposed to be present at different places at the same time.It means Electron is present at many Universes ,some are called Parallel Universes and that's why we cannot locate it. This Parallel Universes are a result of String theory or M- Theory. It is also supposed that Electron as as many Duplicates as these Universes.And believe me it also means that we too have Duplicates in the other universes. Hence,it is difficult to say that we live in Universe,so it means we live in Multi - verse where every copy have its physical significance for it's respective Universe. So to travel through these Universes we need worm holes or space bridges which connects different parts of Universes to another.Hence,.Electron uses WORM HOLES to move to other places.


Can you escape from your galaxy The Milky Way and visit another galaxy in the universe?

yes through wormholes


Is time travel possible through Wormholes?

Wormholes are highly hypothetical; there is no evidence that they exist, or even that they can exist.


Are theorized wormholes considered to transport something through it faster than the speed of light 'comma' slower 'comma' the same 'comma' or varying?

All the answers are "correct" because all wormholes are imaginary (at present).


How can you travel through space?

space ships. some people think that wormholes can lead to other galaxies

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