Technosocial Worm Hole

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The compression of time and space that the cell phone can handle is akin to a worm hole. The caller goes into a partial black hole of perception as a phone call is taken. When the caller connects to the call‐ee, a wormhole forms in time/space, allowing communication to happen between the two individuals.

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