Interstellar Release Renews Discussion on Wormholes
Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA – The release of the latest Hollywood blockbuster, Interstellar, has once again renewed the scientific discussion on wormholes and the possibility of using them to travel to the stars.
The movie has spurred interest among more than just the scientific community, as Google Search trends have shown that more and more people are looking to learn about “wormholes” and “interstellar travel.” A wormhole is a hypothetical feature of space-time that could function as a shortcut in space, allowing astronauts to travel to a new star system without taking hundreds of years to do so.
“I’m not surprised that Interstellar has had this effect,” said Chris Kennedy, author of the Theogony science fiction series, where characters use wormholes to travel between star systems. “This is one of the most promising methods for humans to travel between the stars, without it being prohibitive in either cost or time.”
Kennedy, who is working on the fourth novel in the Janissaries line, has been prolific in detailing what the use of wormholes might mean in terms of opportunities for human growth both on and off the planet.
“Although scientists have long postulated the existence of wormholes and how they might be used to travel to another star system, at this time they still remain theoretical. More study is needed before we’ll know if they exist or when we might be able to use them.”
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