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Wormholes (Physics)

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Topical headingWormholes (Physics)
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Variant(s)Worm holes (Physics)
See alsoSpace and time
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Found inWork cat.: Halpern, P. Cosmic wormholes, 1992.
Dictionary of geophysics, astrophysics, and astronomy, 2001 (wormhole; a connection between two locations in space-time ... involves a curvature of space-time that acts as a bridge between two different points that may lie in the same region or in different regions, and that are otherwise inaccessible to each other; there currently is no evidence of their existence)
Encyclopedia of astronomy and astrophysics, 2001: v. 4, p. 3546 (wormhole; a hypothetical shortcut, or tunnel, that, in principle, may link the interior of a black hole to another universe or to another location in our universe)
Webster's third new international dictionary of the English language unabridged, 1993: addenda (wormhole; a hypothetical connection between universes or different parts of one universe usu. through a pair of singularities)
OCLC, Nov. 15, 2004 (titles: Black holes, wormholes & time machines; Space-time wormholes; Complex wormholes and the contour of integration in quantum cosmology; Stellar evolution : black holes, white holes and worm holes)