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Thank you Llyrran for this positive comment. I wish we could have much better relations among Iran and other countries. I hope the current showing desires between Iranian and Western authorities, are true; other choices would be sad …
This video can be considered nice, promising, and interesting:



Anyway, in order to have a post which is not quite political, I suggest reading this report:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2636397/Could-wormholes-allow-TIME-TRAVEL-Collapsing-tunnels-used-send-messages-future-claims-physicist.html

I took a look at the original paper; it could probably be useful for my future papers.

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Today, I ran into this book, naming me (at page, 398):

 

The Cosmic Compendium: Interstellar Travel

 

Lulu.com, Farvardin 8, 1394 AP - Reference - 456 pages 0 Reviews
The Cosmic Compendium: Interstellar Travel is an in-depth look at interstellar travel. It is a great reference for people of all interest levels. Hypothetical propulsion, multi-generational spaceships, special relativity, the voyager program, solar sails, faster-than-light communication, micrometeoroids and much much more are covered in this edition.
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It seems OK, the author has been active in this field:

 

inauthor:"Rupert W Anderson"

 

Good for him! :D

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Recently, I ran into this analysis, from an expert:

 

http://www.bbc.com/persian/blogs/2016/03/160310_l10_nikan_rouhani_water

 

It discusses about theoretical features of connecting the Persian gulf & gulf of Oman to the Caspian sea. At the most imaginable scales, realizing this mega-project could change many things in Iran, if not everything …

 

Anyhow, … I recalled this post (#153). I thought to the possibility of point-to-point irrigation from artificial lakes to central spots of the desert by spacewarp … maybe the IRGC contractors would conclude to this result someday; … you know, drought crisis plus overpopulation, would bring up such solutions for the agriculture; i.e., … To screw nature’s punishment? Perhaps that is the plan z, before a total surrender …

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Recently, I ran into this analysis, from an expert:

 

http://www.bbc.com/persian/blogs/2016/03/160310_l10_nikan_rouhani_water

 

It discusses about theoretical features of connecting the Persian gulf & gulf of Oman to the Caspian sea. At the most imaginable scales, realizing this mega-project could change many things in Iran, if not everything …

 

Anyhow, … I recalled this post (#153). I thought to the possibility of point-to-point irrigation from artificial lakes to central spots of the desert by spacewarp … maybe the IRGC contractors would conclude to this result someday; … you know, drought crisis plus overpopulation, would bring up such solutions for the agriculture; i.e., … To screw nature’s punishment? Perhaps that is the plan z, before a total surrender …

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Due to this list, my theory could be so frightening!

 

 

12 Ways Humanity Could Destroy The Entire Solar System

 

 

This blog reduced that list to 8 item: :ph34r:

 

8 Ways Humanity Could Obliterate The Entire Solar System

 

Maybe some years later, my theory would be one of three items! :lol:

 

... I guess William Bell was right: Physics is a bitch! -_-

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Interesting.

Here's One of the Ways - that nasty CERN:

 

A Particle Accelerator Accident

Even before construction began on CERN’s Large Hadron Collider, some scientists were concerned that collisions created by the souped up accelerator could create a number of problematic anomalies such as microscopic black holes, magnetic monopoles, or strangelets (also known as “strange matter”) — a hypothetical form of matter containing strange quarks that some believe could have a connection to dark matter. And while many of these fears have been dismissed by physicists as nothing more than rumors disseminated by “unqualified people seeking sensation or publicity,” there is still a general consensus that the inadvertent unleashing of strangelets would probably be a bad thing.

Luckily, none of the LHC tests so far have produced any stray strange matter, but what’s to say that future high-powered experiments aren’t incapable of making the stuff? In fact, it’s been hypothesized that strange matter might exist inside the high-pressure cores of neutron stars. If we were to artificially create those conditions either on Earth or in space, it could have some dire and unwanted consequences.

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Lately, I found this:

 

https://www.quora.com/Is-it-possible-to-create-a-traversable-wormhole

 

I am not active in this field anymore, but I can judge that person was wrong about me and also wrong about his claims, I already knew not much physics can be found among his remarks ... this might be a Trump effect! <_< He showed us you can say anything, then deny anything, or manipulate anything, and that would be OK! :P:D:lol:

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Lately, I found this:

 

https://www.quora.com/Is-it-possible-to-create-a-traversable-wormhole

 

I am not active in this field anymore, but I can judge that person was wrong about me and also wrong about his claims, I already knew not much physics can be found among his remarks ... this might be a Trump effect! <_< He showed us you can say anything, then deny anything, or manipulate anything, and that would be OK! :P:D:lol:

 

I think this subject has been filmed enough in the entertainment industry, indeed too much, so performing shows would not be useful, not for the experts and for the public neither.

 

Related:

 

First Human Time Travel Test Subject Program Gets Launched Saturday May 13th (another)

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I am glad Kip Thorne won the physics Nobel prize 2017 (Ref1, Ref2, Ref3).

 

He has an important role in wormhole theory too. So, this prize gives credit to his former ideas and his considerable efforts in physics of gravity.

 

I found an interview with him that seems cool, let me mention it here, then I would read it profoundly and point out any special item, in case:

 

Exclusive: Interview With Kip Thorne,

One of the Winners of 2017 Physics Nobel

 

https://thewire.in/34072/its-your-generation-of-experimenters-that-makes-me-look-good-an-interview-with-kip-thorne/

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