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Could the Large Hadron Collider be cooking up a time traveling particle? We explore this theory and more with Vanderbilt Professor of Physics, Tom Weiler.
The film's visual effects company created a computer code that more accurately portrays a spinning black hole, and this code could be easily rendered for scientific use.
Traveling to planets in a galaxy far, far away – like in the movie Interstellar – may seem like science fiction, but what if the Milky Way was one massive conduit connecting to another far-off point hundreds of light years away?
NSF-funded grad students, scientists publish research, play role in Interstellar's black hole imagery.
ZomBcall is offering Morgan Freeman, host of The Science Channel's, "Wormhole," a complimentary ZomBcall zombie vocalizer toy in response to his Huffington Post interview.
Two physicists have theorized that wormholes could be the cause behind the bizarre phenomenon known as quantum entanglement.
European Renaissance printers probably knew they were recording history for future generations, but what they didn’t realize is that they were also recording events related to biological history.
In the latest available season of Through the Wormhole, Freeman delivers his iconic voice in a fashion that no one else could do.
Before firing up the dilithium crystals in your warp drive, you should know what you are getting into, said Lawrence Krauss, ASU Foundation Professor at Arizona State University.
Science Channel's "Through The Worm Hole" will be airing its new episode "Can We Travel Faster Than Light?" on Wednesday July 20th in classic mind-blowing style.
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