The Future

Remember this name: Moshe Kai Cavalin

Most ten year old boys are playing baseball, video games or just hanging out with friends, but, not Moshe. He’s cramming for final college exams.

Within a year, if he keeps up his grades and completes the rest of his requirements, he hopes to transfer from his two-year program at East Los Angeles College to a prestigious four-year school and study astrophysics.

One of his primary interests is “wormholes,” a hypothetical scientific phenomenon connected to Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity. It has been theorized that if such holes do exist in space, they could – in tandem with black holes – allow for the kind of space-age time travel seen in science fiction.

“Just like black holes, they suck in particulate objects, and also like black holes, they also travel at escape velocity, which is, the speed to get out of there is faster than the speed of light,” Cavalin says. “I’d like to prove that wormholes are really there and prove all the theories are correct.”

This kid is our Daniel Shipstone.



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2 Responses to “The Future”

  1. mgnmfrc1 Says:
    May 15th, 2008

    Well if he is such a genius why hasn’t he figured out who Steven Hawking is and his work on this?

    Genius, bleh!

  2. Hazel Stone Says:
    May 15th, 2008

    So he should not pursue this path because someone already has? Your comment perplexes.


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