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Re: Star Gate Question?
« Reply #15 on: July 11, 2018, 04:17:39 AM »

120 late but I just got here soo.. 
The theories behind wormhole physics are similar to black hole + quantum singularity physics. Yet the principle shouldn’t be the same? I’m a gravity well, you fall in due to the immense gravitational pull exerted on a body by a object of higher mass. You would enter one way and be unable to exit the field once you passed the event horizon was = Unidirectional travel.   Whereas a wormhole is a tunnel with two openings and no singularity or gravity well to attract objects with mass. Entry and exit should be instantaneous (depending on observation of traveler versus observation by distant viewers - approaching C velocities as a particle of light vs. watching a particle of light approaching C velocity changes the perception of time). However, entry into a hypothetical wormhole should be voluntary and not dictated by masses. That being said, why isn’t it theoretically possible to have bi-directional travel in a stable wormhole? 
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Re: Star Gate Question?
« Reply #16 on: July 11, 2018, 12:25:21 PM »

Actually, the latter is the only reasonable answer as of now.

There's a  theory that the  late Stephen  Hawkings pushed out that the black holes are the drains of the universe, and there might be some white holes, which are the faucets, we just have not  found them yet

However, all those theories are very hard to prove due to the obvious reasons and the physics itself is a constant field of armed debate, to say the least. Even the relativity theory is a bit questionable because it'll be a while before we can  reach C speed and check out all the paradoxes on our own

Even Hawking's most famous work about the black holes vapourising  because during annihilation process, antimatter goes inside of the hole, and the matter flies out, is basically just a bunch of symbols on the paper. Who the heck is  gonna check it out in the  next 500 years?

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Re: Star Gate Question?
« Reply #17 on: July 11, 2018, 03:21:47 PM »

As I understand it, bi-directional travel through a wormhole is theoretically possible on Stargate, but the problem is the stargates themselves. Apparently each gate can only perform the  dematerialize or rematerialize function - not both at once. It has to do with the gate's power constraints. Each gate is capable of both functions, obviously, but they can only do one or the other at a given time with a given wormhole.
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Re: Star Gate Question?
« Reply #18 on: July 11, 2018, 06:10:23 PM »

 put more simply its the direction of flow like a fire hose. Theoretically you could go either way up that hose but once you turn on the water (open the gate) the flow forces you in that direction and you hit a brick wall trying to oppose it.
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