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Scientists Created A Wormhole In A Lab

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Wormholes are theoretical passages through spacetime, but maybe they're possible in the real world. In August 2015, scientists at the Autonomous University of Barcelona created a magnetic wormhole, which appears to transfer a magnetic field through what the scientists call "an extra special dimension." Watch the video below to learn about how they did it.

How Scientists Created A Wormhole In A Lab

Not a space-time wormhole, but a similar concept.

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What Are Wormholes?

The concept was theorized by Albert Einstien and Nathan Rosen in 1935.

How Do Wormholes Actually Work?

Theoretically, they would allow travel through spacetime.

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