Starstream Could Be Real, Scientists (Almost) Say

Way back in the late 1980s when the rocks were still cooling, I wrote a pair of novels, From a Changeling Star and Down the Stream of Stars, that proposed an interstellar highway (sort of a modified wormhole) created by the joining of two black holes with a long strand of cosmic hyperstring. That same starstream features prominently in my new work, The Reefs of Time / Crucible of Time.

Now, I read here that real scientists have proposed that one could create a real wormhole, using—are you ready?—two black holes and a couple of strands of cosmic string. Seriously, is that cool or what? God, I love science!

 

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  1. Reg Caton
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    That’s great. Look at all the stuff Star Trek spawned that was pure science fiction when proposed. Reading Reefs of Time in between Honey do stuff. So far very good.(Did want to let anything slip 🙂
    Reg

  2. Reg Caton
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    not want

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