Time Warp

If you mean small worm holes, say a mile in diameter, and we assume they would be stable, and we assume they aren't in the path of, say, NYC, and whatever formed the wormholes isn't either malicious or becoming exponentially productive, I'd say they would be useful and not harmful.
 
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If you mean small worm holes, say a mile in diameter, and we assume they would be stable, and we assume they aren't in the path of, say, NYC, and whatever formed the wormholes isn't either malicious or becoming exponentially productive, I'd say they would be useful and not harmful.
Thank you for your reply. How do you think they would be useful?
 
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Universe is from 1 dimension to 7 dimension, and the most matter is, currently in 2, 3, 4, 5 dimension. Warp means, split or joining of photons in a photon ring. By split * 2, you goes towards higher dimension, and by joining it /2, to lower space-time dimension.
 

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Universe is from 1 dimension to 7 dimension, and the most matter is, currently in 2, 3, 4, 5 dimension. Warp means, split or joining of photons in a photon ring. By split * 2, you goes towards higher dimension, and by joining it /2, to lower space-time dimension.
Do you have any sources for this? If so, please share.
 
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Time Warp
"If there were 20 open time warps around our universe, what damage would they do to Earth and the universe?" [Post #1]

Are we even talking about anything real? Or sheer imagination?

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