Black holes as 'gentle' portals for hyperspace travel

I thought this piece was click-bait at first (call me gun-shy). However, while the research is highly, highly theoretical, it is legitimate and posits exactly what the headline says: that for sufficiently large, rotating black holes, the punishing effects of the singularity at the heart of the black hole on a spacecraft should be fairly minimal - i.e., survivable.

Of course, we still don’t know what’s on the other side, or where it leads - not that this would ever stop us from finding out ;).

https://theconversation.com/rotating-black-holes-may-serve-as-gentle-portals-for-hyperspace-travel-107062

 
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Originally posted on Twitter.

GS Jennsenspace, research