Re: WORM HOLES(where you would end up)

ChuckKuecker (
Wed, 6 May 1998 19:55:55 -0500 (CDT)

At 13:28 5/6/98 PDT, you wrote:

>you would end up on the other side of the wormhole, actually. if you
>were to even enter a wormhole, you would first encounter a blackhole,
>and pass through the throat like shape of the wormhole, and end up
>outside of another blackhole. if you were to look at it on a certain
>plane it would look somewhat like a barbell, 2 circular
>objects(blackhole entrances) and a handle(wormhole). so basically,
>depending on the distance of the wormhole between the 2 blackholes would
>determine where you would end up. in theory i suppose you could end up
>10 feet away from where you started, but be on a different plane once
>you reached the other end. anyone who has any more insight to this
>please add.

Has anyone figured out how to tell if two black holes are paired with a
wormhole? I can think of a situation where all black holes reach 'into'
another space - so that if you pass through any entry, you can choose from
all possible exits. Russian roulette, anyone?

Chuck Kuecker