A Nobel Prize-Winning Physicist Just Cracked Time Travel—Here’s How It’s Possible

Last year, Kip S. Thorne collected a Nobel Prize (along with Rainer Weiss and Barry C. Barish) for his work on gravitational waves. Now, Thorne may have made a new breakthrough: a theoretical method for traveling through time. It involves black holes, a wormhole, and the stretching of space and time.

The idea involves creating a wormhole whose two ends are respectively situated near Earth and the surface of a black hole. Because black holes stretch and distort space-time, time moves much more slowly there.

 

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