wormhole

[ US /ˈwɝmˌhɔɫ/ ]
[ UK /wˈɜːmhə‍ʊl/ ]
NOUN
  1. hole made by a burrowing worm
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How To Use wormhole In A Sentence

  • Disappearing Biros ... one such wormhole is undoubtedly the PNB pocket of stab vests. Modern Life Is War « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • As theoretical objects, wormholes were invented and named in the late 1950s by American physicist John Archibald Wheeler, an early pioneer in the quest for quantum gravity.
  • The best part of the story is where the physicists basically admit that yeah, given how incredibly weird phantom energy is, it probably allows for things like antigravity and wormhole-based time machines.
  • FOR THE WORMHOLE to be traversable , it must contain what Thorne termed exotic matter.
  • When a ship exited a wormhole and dropped from hyperspace to normal, there was a distinct effect on the human body.
  • All at once, Wormhole Square resounded with a fanfare of trumpets as heralds announced the arrival of a notable procession.
  • Environments are filled with planets, black holes, novas, asteroids and wormholes among other objects, and each is rendered with stunning detail.
  • Now a wormhole is a bit like a black hole only different.
  • On the local level the salient fact about Manticore is its famous wormhole junction with lots of termini that allows fast access to widely scattered points in human space and made Manticore the second biggest commercial power after the League and the wealthiest per capita one. Archive 2010-06-01
  • We designed and implemented a simplified link-level protocol with elastic buffered flow-control and buffered wormhole routing switching, it can support to transmit variable-length packet.
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