Sometimes it feels like the city sucks you dry.
We lose our instincts, our mannerisms.
We ignore each other, and forget the value of another's life.
We forget to appreciate the happiness in a tiny moment.
The magic is gone, and no one wants to believe it was every really there.
Sometimes I wish I could travel back to another time,
to a point where the world didn't require proof of the unknown,
where things were simple, and magic ran wild.
The impossibility of faster-than-light relative speed only applies locally. Wormholes allow superluminal (faster-than-light) travel by ensuring that the speed of light is not exceeded locally at any time. While traveling through a wormhole, subluminal (slower-than-light) speeds are used. If two points are connected by a wormhole, the time taken to traverse it would be less than the time it would take a light beam to make the journey if it took a path through the space outside the wormhole. However, a light beam traveling through the wormhole would always beat the traveler. As an analogy, running around to the opposite side of a mountain at maximum speed may take longer than walking through a tunnel crossing it.
The theory of general relativity predicts that if traversable wormholes exist, they could allow time travel.
photographs by Lucie Malbequi