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Wednesday, 13 March 2013

NATIONAL WORMHOLE DAY

 

National Wormhole Day Blog Hop: March 14th Albert Einstein’s Birthday. 
Brought to you by Laura Eno and Luanne Smith at Bards and Prophets
Badge created by Carrie Butler!

What would you do or where would you go if you could traverse a wormhole through space or time just once? One safe round trip passage. Would you go back in time and talk some sense into a younger you? Go five years into the future and bring back the Wall Street Journal? See just how the heck the Great Pyramids of Giza were really built? View what the other side of the universe looks like? Kill Hitler?



This is another quick and easy Blog Hop. Since we are all busy, take a moment to tell the world a few moments, and in 100 words more or less, what you would do if you had a two-way ticket to traverse a wormhole. This is my way of getting people excited about all the amazing stuff on the horizon that we as a race are on the cusp of discovering!
Stephen Tremp


As I am a bit of a sci-fi enthusiast, my choice would be to take a trip into the future through a wormhole.  I would love to see where the human race goes in say 20, 50, and 100 years time.

It would be fascinating to see the advances in technology and hopefully, I would find a world without poverty, hunger, war and environmental issues!
 

36 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Hoping for something along the lines of Star Trek's earth?

Laura Eno said...

I'm finding several of us who want to travel forward. We should get together and hit the galaxy's tourist attractions!

J. A. Bennett said...

That does sound like a dream. It would be awesome to see the future :)

C.M.Brown said...

Alex - Yes, I suppose I am.

Laura - The future would be great to behold, (hopefully!)

J.A. - I hope it will be so.

Isis Rushdan said...

I'd love to see that future as well, but sadly I think it might be closer to a Judge Dredd world.

Damyanti said...

You can come back and tell us what to do and what not to :) -- in order to have a utopian future!

L.G. Smith said...

Wouldn't it be amazing if we finally found a way to use our brains and technology to achieve world peace in the future? That would be something.

Nicki Elson said...

It would be interesting to see what we've done with the place in the future - especially the waaay future.

Julie Flanders said...

I hope that would be the world you'd find. Amazing to imagine. Sometimes I think I'd love to see the future and then I think, but what if I don't want to know? Definitely better to think of it as something wonderful.

mshatch said...

I'm with you; the future fascinates me more than the past.

Hart Johnson said...

Oh, you have more faith in humanity than I do. I think we will get there, but I think we have to probably sink into an abyss first and 50-100 years from now will be the worst of it.

kmckendry said...

It would be great to see the Earth at peace. I like Laura's idea of a group tour. I'm just afraid I would mess things up if I went to the future.

D.G. Hudson said...

An honourable choice! If it's not looking better, would you help to make it so?

I keep hoping we can elevate ourselves from the war mentality so we can rise above the greed that seems prevalent now.

Sheena-kay Graham said...

I agree, it would be great to see the future.

Nancy LaRonda Johnson said...

That is a big wishful dream! Hard to imagine whether things would be better or not, as well as see the differences. Talk about culture shock!

Nancy LaRonda Johnson said...

That is a big wishful dream! Hard to imagine whether things would be better or not, as well as see the differences. Talk about culture shock!

Adriana Dascalu said...

Love your optimism! And if you do get together to wander through the galaxy, I want in, too!

Lexie C. said...

It would be pretty awesome to get a glimpse of where we'll be in century or so!

Suzanne Furness said...

I wonder just what the world will be like in a hundred years from now. And what technology will be ruling everyday lives.

Sandy Campbell said...

Yes, that would be a marvelous wormhole journey!! Loved it!

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M. J. Joachim said...

Definitely sounds like a good choice to me!

nutschell said...

Cool! I wonder if we'd still have cars in the future or if they'll all be hovercrafts!
Nutschell
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Susan Flett Swiderski said...

It would be wonderful to go into the future to find that humanity has advanced and the world is a better place, but I'm already an optimist. What if the future looked bleak?

NAH!!! It'll be one great big warm and fuzzy place, right? Right!

LuAnn Braley said...

Found/following through the national Wormhole Day blog hop. I'm crossing my fingers for you on your last sentence.

L. Diane Wolfe said...

I wonder how far you'd have to go to find that.

Poisoned Rose said...

Here's to hoping. :) And if not, you could come back with the knowledge to fix it.

Trisha F said...

I think you'd have to go far far far into the future to find a world without those bad things. I'd love to see all the future technology. :)

Michelle said...

Wonderful choice!
You would have landed in Utopia! The question is, when you have to return, what then?

mshatch said...

I think a future like that is entirely possible and I sure would love to see it.

EvalinaMaria said...

You can have only one trip, would that be 20, 50 or a 100 years into the future?

Evalina, This and that...

Mark Means said...

I would probably head for the future, too....and try to be optimistic :)

laurie said...

That does sound like a dream. It would be awesome to see the future :)

Stephen Tremp said...

Its amazing how many people want to travel to the future but only a little bit. Not too far.maybe its because we want to ensure the future is safe for our children and grandchildren.

Michelle said...

I'm certain that I left a comment here yesterday? It must have been swallowed by spammer!

Lynn(e) Schmidt said...

I'd be happy to travel 20 years ahead. Ideally, I'll still be alive so I'd get a head start and be able to prepare myself :)

Nicole said...

It'd definitely be interesting to see how it morphs over the years.

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