December 2, 2010

"Twinkling Stars May Reveal Human-Size Wormholes."

May!

11 comments:

MadisonMan said...

Or, it may not.

(bad link)

MadisonMan said...

Although I have to admit it's somehow amusing that a link to something on wormholes comes up with 404 not found.

Lincolntf said...

Click on the WIRED SCIENCE graphic at the top of the page. Brings you to the article.

bagoh20 said...

I know for a fact that there are many human sized A-holes.

The Crack Emcee said...

I used to say "may" like that to my ex-wife all the time.

She never got it.

Joe said...

Twinkling stars may reveal the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

This makes "science" so fun!

Fen said...

There's a new theory thats interesting: the universe is constantly expanding and then collapsing back in on itself. This is currently the 5th incarnation of our universe.

So wifey and I were talking about how, if you were a max tech species, you could encode atoms with some kind of piggyback program that would create conditions for life. Would the atomic or sub-atomic particles survive another Big Bang?

edutcher said...

Twinkle, twinkle, little star, is this the off-ramp to Alpha Centauri?

WV "dessess" The CVN Lloyd Bridges commanded in "Hot Shots".

traditionalguy said...

This post's headline wins the Best Headline for a Post in the Blogosphere for the year 2010. I blame Anti-matter the size of Jupiter. That is much more of a scary problem than CO2. Let's spend ten Trillion dollars to protect our politicians life styles from Wormholes. I for one know a settled science when I see one.

Marshal said...

A group of perfectly sexually compatible humans may have broken into our homes and even now be laying abed waiting for us.

We should all rush home.

Revenant said...

Would the atomic or sub-atomic particles survive another Big Bang?

Based on what we know now, no. None of the sub-atomic particles we know of can exist in the conditions of that first fraction of a second. That doesn't rule out there being some clever way to convey information from one universe to the next, but that particular one wouldn't work.