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Albert Einstein discovered that if an individual can go at an exceptionally fast, time will be eased back down for him. You realize that nothing in this universe voyages quicker than light, isn’t that so? Along these lines, going at a speed near the speed of light would make time run delayed for these voyagers.
Imagine a scenario in which you voyaged quicker than the Speed of Light.
We should envision what might occur if there is a spaceship that can go at the speed of light and you go into the space riding it for a long time. For you, time will pass gradually however you will feel that it is running at its ordinary speed.
As per the schedule on your spaceship, you may be out for a long time, in any case, as indicated by an unpleasant gauge of the researchers, over 50 years would have passed on the Earth.
After returning, you would be really shocked to see the progressions that would have occurred on the Earth. Your instructors would have resigned, your companions would have developed old and your city may have changed to the point of being indistinguishable!
What is a Wormhole?
In 1935, Albert Einstein proposed the presence of ‘extensions’ or ‘alternate routes’ in space. He instituted a one of a kind name for these scaffolds or alternate routes—wormholes. Wormholes should interface two distinct focuses in space and decrease the movement time and separation, consequently making time travel a plausibility.
Why have we not begun time traveling yet?
Every one of these ideas of time traveling and wormholes are still in their early stages. Additionally, our researchers have so far not had the option to create a super-quick ‘time machine’ that could go at the speed of light. Nonetheless, that doesn’t mean it is totally incomprehensible. We’ll simply need to pause and watch; just ‘time’ will come clean about itself.