a wormhole in the space-time continuum may reduce the distance between here and there to 0
I wish they would come up with another name for it than wormhole never did sound like it should be a name for somthing in space. Besides I never seen a worm in space.
Everything exists in time & space … if you’e ever seen a worm, it’s been in space.
Nay a space curve!
the T t+here= there
The one given by a geodesic.
The answer given in that film with Sam Neil. Damn whats it called… You know the one. It’s got a spaceship in it and that dude from the Matrix, Lawrence Fishbourne and Sam goes nuts, then they blow up the spaceship.
I think it might have been Mr B’s answer.
Great flick, I really liked that movie.
It wasn’t even horror, it was just low-budget gore
Scariest movie ever
No, Thirteen Days is scarier, because the Cuban Missile Crisis was real, and Event Horizon is merely fiction.
BTW this post is [B]not[/B] the shortest distance between here and there, and everything in the middle is neither here nor there.
Is the distance between here and there the same between there and here?
Usually it is, unless your girlfriend drives the way back.
In which case it’s the scenic route … starting with somewhere in the opposite direction
Of course … it take 3hrs, just like the makeup