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    ...creating a high-mass ring...

    Hi, there. Here are some ideas for the beginning of a new story. It’s kind of brainstorming and unedited. Would you please proofread the following ? Any help or ideas would be appreciated.

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    Natural wormholes are theoretically possible but the same math that says they are possible also says they are unstable and if one were to form for whatever reason its existence would be very brief. If humans are to ever take advantage of the benefits of a wormhole they will have to find a way to create their own and find a way to make it stable.
    In a large metal shed situated at a desert location in the centre of the USA, Dylan was constructing a prototype of a wormhole generator. He had constructed thousands of much smaller version, most of which failed but the last few were successful though some opened into either a vacuum or a low pressure atmosphere, he suspected the former. The others opened up in the shed at varying distances. From these he learned something about controlling them.
    What the devices did was to distort the Higgs Field, compressing the H-field between an inner and outer toroid that increased the mass of a paper thin membrane of a gold alloy sandwiched between them, creating a high-mass ring that distorted space –time within the inside diameter of the toroid. The exit side of the much smaller wormholes he’d made had opened up within the shed just ten metres away on average, but only remained stable for 3.6 seconds. It was long enough for him to send an object the size of a pea through which arrived on the other side unharmed, “not even cooked”, he had laughed.
    For weeks he altered different parameters, size, voltage, amperage, cycles, etc but when it worked it shut off in 3.6 seconds. The only thing he learned was to how change the position and distance of the exit. Well, not the only thing, after using a pea several times he started using other objects of similar size, such as spheres of glass or metal, and then he tried a pencil. At the exit point he found his pencil that started out 20cm long but had exited 2.9cm long, the pointy end was intact but had been separated from the back end, cleanly and neatly, as if the back end had never existed.

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    Dylan’s ability in math was good not great, he had only decided to learn higher mathematics so that he might try his idea and understand what he was doing, so, working through the problem was migraine inducing, but he endured. Just when he thought all his ideas were exhausted he laughed. “Of course, it’s so obvious, I need to make a second ring for the exit point to stabilise the wormhole… no, I need to send the second ring unassembled through the first and assemble it on the exit side.” He didn’t need to do this on the small scale, he could just place the second ring in its proper place, but he realised that to create a stable wormhole at a distance beyond earth or greater he’d have to send the second ring through the first and have it assemble itself on the other side. Of course, his solution created new problems, first of which was, could a Lego version work.
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    Re: ...creating a high-mass ring...

    Quote Originally Posted by rodgers white View Post
    Natural wormholes are theoretically possible, but the same math that says they are possible also says they are unstable, and if one were to form for whatever reason its existence would be very brief. If humans are to ever take advantage of the benefits of a wormhole they will have to find a way to create their own and find a way to make it stable.
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