Anything placed inside of a worm hole, the excessive gravitational
pull of the black hole would rip apart long before it passed through
either a wormhole or a white hole. We can't even really discover
whether either phenomenon exists!
Gina "Nanogirl" Miller
>In a message dated 4/22/99 9:37:18 PM PST, RAF@tomco.net writes:
>> A device that could controllably convert minuscule amounts of
>> energy in a harnessable fashion, would be the end-all be-all of
>> generation, again barring extra-dimensional power sources.
> thats the second time ive noticed the phrase "extra-
>sources" being used, and i couldnt think of anything (ok, my
>showing; ill tuck it back in my pants) thats even been
>really fit that description. so, i stared into my navel like any
>pratchet philosopher, and came up with the following:
>//assumption one: stable wormhole tech exists.
>//assumption two: the wormhole can be moved along with earths
>//movement, so as to stay relativly in one place on the earth surface
><CHEESY ASCII DRAWING>
> ______________ f
> | ====== e
> | | ||
>a: wormhole entrance
>d | | ||
>b: wormhole exit
> | | \/
> | |
>d: some kind of tube wall...
> |=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=| c e:
>gravity pulling water down
> | |
>f: water input valve
> |_____________ |
></CHEESY ASCII DRAWING>
> anyway, i think ya probably get my halfassed idea. water is
>into a tube, where it falls thru a turbine and then thru a wormhole,
>which it appears directly above the turbine again, and again, and
>the wormhole is stable and is emitted somehow from something in a
>gravitional field, might this work?
>"a fnord is a textbook example of a figment of your imagination that