Subject: Can we 'see' the Earth's past?
Date: Sat Aug 21 00:16:38 1999
Posted by Brandon
Grade level: undergrad
City: Junction City State/Province: OR
Area of science: Astronomy
I was wondering, perhaps in maybe 2,000 years or so we harness the ability
to travel through wormholes of some sort (if they exist). Could we use a
wormhole to travel 65 million light-years away from earth and then use
gigantic telescopes to peer back on earth and witness the death of the
dinosaurs? or see what they actually looked like?
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