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Scientists have suggested that our galaxy is one giant wormhole

In an article in the scientific journal Annals of Physicsscientists have suggested that our entire Milky Way galaxy could be one giant spatio-temporal tunnel, also known as the “wormhole” or wormhole. More interestingly, the scientists behind this high-profile statement believe that if the Milky Way galaxy could indeed be one solid giant wormhole, then we could travel through it to other remote regions of space without any problems.

As mentioned above, wormholes adoptedname space-time tunnels, at one end of which space and time are in the same state, and at the other end - in a completely different one. In other words, such tunnels are a kind of bridge between distant from each other space and time regions of space.

Surely you have a question about howDo scientists even come to the assumption that our galaxy is a wormhole, if they themselves have not yet found any observable evidence for the existence of such objects?

And they came to this assumption after a very serious mathematical analysis of the distribution of dark matter in our galaxy and the influence of the hypothetical Big Bang on this process.

Astrophysicist Paolo Salyucci tried to explain the conclusions made during this monumental mathematical analysis:

“If we put a card in one basketthe spread of dark matter in the Milky Way and the latest model of the Big Bang, explaining how the Universe appeared, and also hypothetically accept the fact of the existence of space-time tunnels, we really get proof that our galaxy contains at least one of these tunnels. And the size of the tunnel can be the size of the entire galaxy. ”

“And according to mathematical data, through thisthe tunnel we can travel. In fact, the same as we could see in one of the science fiction blockbusters Interstellar, ”says a researcher at the International Institute for Advanced Studies (SISSA, Italy).

In other words, this hypothesis suggeststhat our entire galaxy is one continuous "molehill." According to Paolo Salyucci and his fellow researchers, spiral galaxies, such as, for example, our neighbor, the Andromeda galaxy, can also be home to “wormholes” or they themselves can be one giant wormhole.