Spiral light over Norway opens up Einstein Rosen Bridge, or Wormhole; testing of CERN technology





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Uploaded on May 29, 2010

This spectacular Spiral light in the sky over Noway appears to open up something like what we would imagine an Einstein Rosen Bridge or Wormhole to appear as. Government and Russian officials were quick to call it a failed missile launch. This doesn't explain why the spiral has two arms and disappears into a black hole. Some experts suggest this is the testing of new technology used to open wormholes, which create doorways into another dimension or universe, or to travel great distances, or even time travel.

Others experts suggest that CERN, at their Large Hadron Collider, will be making wormholes in 2012 which will serve as a terminus station for people traveling backwards in time. Some Russian mathematician claims the center will produce wormholes with those properties. This display in Norway may have in fact been testing of CERN technology.

Irina Aref'eva and Igor Volovich, of Moscow's Steklov Mathematical Institute, say the energy produced by forcing tiny particles to collide at close to the speed of light could open the door to visitors from the future.

According to Einstein's general theory of relativity, any large amounts of matter or energy will distort the space and time that surrounds it.

If the energy or mass is large enough, it is claimed that time can be distorted so much that it folds back on itself - creating a wormhole, or time tunnel, between the present and the future.


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