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Worm Holes
Known as a 'bridges' through space and time. Using the theory of general relativity to expand this idea. Worm holes create a shortcut that could reduce travel time and distance.

The image above shows the normal route ( curved area of 25ly) and the Alternative Route (worm hole). Interstellar mission is for the astronauts to find a suitable planet for life, using wormholes to decrease the time. In the scene below, they are traveling through the solar system, which would normally take many years, however only takes seconds/minutes in the movie.

Overall I would rate this movie s PGP because most of the physics were correct; however I am biased on whether or not wormholes exist and are real.
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