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# How would the problem of coordinates be solve in Einstein's wormhole theory

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posted on Aug, 28 2009 @ 01:37 PM
I realize every point in the sky that is visible as a set of coordinates. If we were to build a ship like the one in the movie Event Horizan, that can create a artificial black hole and go anywhere in space in an instant. You would punch in the coordinates in the sky, punch it into the ships computer and say go there. There is a lot of Sh@t in space. The pilot may open the gateway but land right on top of a asteriod or a comet may fly into the picture and blow me away. The safety problem is really the question here. Would just take a chance and hope or what?

posted on Aug, 28 2009 @ 01:42 PM
Well you have to think that those who take a trip through a black hole have a destination in mind.

Its not as if they climb into a ship just to go on a nice relaxing trip.

If they are able to open a black hole by punching in a set of coordinates then they would most likely map out the route and take into account the posistion of stars, comets and whatever else might be in the vicinity.

Think of it as if you are taking a cross country trip. You aren't going to just get in your car and drive in the general direction and hope you hit where you want to go. You're going to map it out.

posted on Aug, 28 2009 @ 01:49 PM
Yeees, but now we need ships like the enterprise to engage their warp drive. Going that fast would be even more dangerous, now even a asteriod the size of a penny would blow way your ship. Oh, but wait, we have powerful plasma force fields that will absorb it, it could even be the size of the ship were still on, but we don't have spies everywhere all the time in space telling where everything is, things do move in space. Oh well now we need to use convenstional thrusters and dodge anything that might loook harmless. Now whatever your name is get ready for the long trip. How would this fit in with human thought and technology not alien?

posted on Aug, 28 2009 @ 02:09 PM

going as fast as light makes you truly what you are. light. and yes im guessing going that fast will just shoot you through the low-frequency adams in our density. in other densities, you would not because they are of such high frequency that they are not solid. problem solved.

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