Many of us consider inter-spatial portals to be fiction, but NASA appears to have discovered evidence of gateways via which we can travel to distant parts of our solar system.
“We call them X-points or electron-diffusion areas,” says Jack Scudder, a physicist at the University of Iowa.
Despite appearances, everything about these gateways is based on true science. The X points are actually “doors” into space and time, connecting all cosmic bodies with a magnetic field.
To avoid drawing too much attention to them, they were dubbed “X Points” and are not referred to as “wormholes.”
For the time being, NASA and other space agencies are experimenting with sending material objects through these portals; thus far, only energy particles have been transferred through these portals.
High-resolution photos of these anomalous portals will be returned by the forthcoming Magnetospheric Multiscale mission.