Harry Coumnas Talks about His Quest for an Earth-Like Planet via a Wor

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"Gravity has the power to bend the path which light follows in space. The more the gravitational pull, the stronger its effect.” says renowned astronomer and physicist Harry Coumnas.

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Harry Coumnas Talks about His Quest for an Earth-Like Planet via a Wormhole

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" G ravity has the power to bend the path which light follows in space. The more the G ravitational P ull , the stronger its effect.” says renowned astronomer and physicist Harry Coumnas .

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Lately, Harry Coumnas has grabbed media attention for his quest for an E arth-like P lanet via a W ormhole . According to him, humanity is on the existential danger zone with potential threats like alien invasion, nuclear war, global warming, etc.

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He believes the only way human race can survive is by colonizing other planets. He considers searching an E arth-like P lanet via a W ormhole the easiest way.

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Based on his extensive study of six years, Harry Coumnas claims that is very much possible to travel through a wormhole in search of another habitable planet .

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While explaining why wormholes make the best way for space exploration , he said, “In the incredibly vast Universe, neighboring stars, planets, & galaxies are highly distant from one another.

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Even our fastest moving spacecrafts would take thousands or probably more years to reach them. One of the ways to explore this vast Universe in the shortest possible time is through the theoretical tunnels called wormholes.

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Although there are many other concepts and techniques for space exploration , none can take us to these distant celestial bodies as fast as wormholes can.”

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As wormholes are highly unstable and can collapse due to the interference of any foreign matter, Harry is also researching on different ways that can help eliminate this problem.

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