NASA scientists are working on wormholes that could lead to a trip through space and time and the creation of life, according to a new report.
The project has been called the ‘Warm Home’ and it could eventually lead to the creation and study of life on other planets.
The researchers behind the project, from the University of Maryland, are currently working with NASA to develop the technology, which could one day lead to future space exploration.
The new report, published by The Atlantic on Thursday, says that the project is called the Wormhole Technology Initiative.
It says that scientists have developed the technology that allows them to create wormholes in the fabric of space-time.
The research team says that they have created a new form of space geometry known as an “orthogonal quantum tunneling” (QT).
The researchers have developed a method for tunneling between dimensions that are different from those in the universe.
They say that their research has been “well-supported by rigorous and thorough peer review and has been published in numerous scientific journals.”
NASA is looking to put the technology into space in 2018, which would make it possible to travel through wormholes.
This would allow people to travel between dimensions in different dimensions.
The goal of this research is to find ways to tunnel between the three dimensions of space space- time in a way that is consistent with what we see as reality, said researcher and Wormhole Tech Initiative project manager Adam Kowalski.
“We’re working towards this goal,” he said.
“This is going to open up the possibility for people to go through wormhole travel that is as seamless as possible.”
The research could lead people to other dimensions that could potentially be habitable, including between worlds, and to different dimensions in space, like between stars.
The idea of wormholes has been around for a while, but is rarely explored in a detailed way.
This research is different because it is an integrated process, according Dr. Adam Krowalski, who is a researcher in the Wormtronics group at the University at Albany, New York.
“The whole idea is to actually be able to have a sense of where the wormholes are, how they come together,” said Krowingski.
He added that this research could open up a new type of space exploration that could also lead to other discoveries.
The technology is being built using computer simulation techniques, which will allow researchers to model the space-times and the wormhole configurations.
The team has also been working with other scientists at the Johns Hopkins University, the University Of California at Santa Cruz, and the University At Buffalo, according the report.
“While our team is working to design a wormhole for the first time, this technology has already been proven in experiments in the laboratory,” Krowinski said.