Synthesizing the properties of Pulsars to create an Artificial Wormhole

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2394, Vol. 63(4)

Synthesizing the properties of Pulsars to create an Artificial Wormhole

by Ensign Tu'Peq, Ph.D (Theoretical Physics), USS Centris-A (NCC-9012-B)

Summary

Abstract

For many years it has been known that it is possible to create an artificial wormhole at the microscopic level, stable for only a short period of time, by focusing a Tachyon beam at a nearby pulsar, using the density of the star to focus the beam to a point at which a singularity is formed. This paper will prove that it is conceivable to extend this to the macroscopic level.

Introduction

in 2376, Starfleet developed the Mutara Interdimensional Deep-Space-Transponder Array System which fired a tachyon beam at a passing Pulsar to create a micro-wormhole through which Starfleet communicated with the Starship Voyager, then trapped in the Delta Quadrant. There is no reason to believe that such an attempt could not be expanded to the macro scale, creating a traversable wormhole.

Pulsars contain two properties which are of relevence to this investigation: