Saturday, September 27, 2014

Can We Travel Faster Than Light?

Light speed is called the ultimate speed limit of the universe and humanity will always remain confined to the solar system because of it, leaving other star systems and other galaxies forever beyond our reach. Unless, that is we can break the light barrier or circumvent the laws of relativistic physics and find short cuts in the fabric of space-time in the form of White Holes and Wormholes. These are the cosmic gateways that theoretically can zip you across vast distances in the twinkle of an eye or take you on voyages to parallel universes and on journeys across vast eons of time.

Einstein blew all of our minds when he worked out the Theory of General Relativity, and showed that space and time were malleable. The dream of a Star Trek warp drive is not dead. In fact, there could be ways to travel faster than the speed of light, and some of them are already being tested in labs around the world.

Today on Far Future Horizons we join host Morgan Freeman in another exciting episode of “Through the Wormhole” that will take us on a voyage of discovery to explore the possibilities of faster than light (FTL) travel.

"Through The Wormhole" is an exciting Science Channel documentary series you will want to add to your collection and is available on DVD from the Science Channel and

Through the Wormhole - Can We Travel Faster Than Light? 
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