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wormhole

1. a hole made by a worm in timber, plants, etc.
2. Physics a tunnel in the geometry of space--time postulated to connect different parts of the universe

wormhole

(werm -hohl) A theoretical object bridging two regions of spacetime. See also white hole.

wormhole, bore hole

A hole or tunnel of any size in wood caused by worms.

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Solving this mystery of wormholes can potentially answer a number of other questions for scientists.
It is unlikely that the star of Interstellar would survive a journey like this, but the model proposed by IFIC researchers posits that matter would not be lost inside the singularity, but rather would be expelled out the other side through the wormhole at its centre to another region of the universe.
Even in its wormhole modality, the black hole still serves as a receptacle, or a medium, for male intentionality.
In cyber security, the term wormhole was recently adopted [HU03] to describe an attack on Mobile Ad-hoc Network (MANET) routing protocols in which colluding nodes create the illusion that two remote regions of a MANET are directly connected through nodes that appear to be neighbors, but are actually distant from one another.
It was like being in a waterfall apu gupta ON FALLING INTO WORMHOLE IN GALWAY LAST WEEK
Dynamic topology and no infrastructure make WSNs susceptible to wormhole attacks.
The apps, called Music Wormholes, are tools that aim to provide a shortcut to "the musical universe.
Key words: Mobile Ad-hoc network, Wormhole Attack, Routing Attack, Routing Protocol
Now an MIT physicist has found that, looked at through the lens of string theory, the creation of two entangled quarks-the building blocks of matter-simultaneously gives rise to a wormhole connecting the pair.
The movie's plot will centre around a group of space explorers who travel through a wormhole in a bid to put the scientific theories to the test.
A staple of the school summer holidays' viewing schedule, this US series focused on an all-American family who fall through a wormhole in space after visiting the Great Pyramid of Giza just as a once-in-10,000 years conjunction of the planets occurs - blimey, talk about unlucky