The Brexit Wormhole

Since I have been passed over yet again for the physics Nobel Prize, I thought I’d pull out all the stops for next year and reveal my latest research which will surely satisfy the necessary criteria by conferring the “greatest benefit on mankind”.

One of the concerns facing those hoping to be involved in trade between post-Brexit Britain and the civilized world is the necessity of customs checks, especially at Dover, which will bring gridlock to the M20 and jeopardize the `just-in-time’ delivery systems used by most modern manufacturing enterprises e.g. the car industry.

My solution to this problem is to install at Dover a series of Einstein-Rosen Bridges (as illustrated above), connecting the United Kingdom to various points in the space-time continuum. Travelling through traversible wormholes will effectively allow British lorries to reach superluminal velocity, thereby not only avoiding delays on the M20 but also allowing goods to be delivered even before they have been ordered.

I am willing to lease the Brexit Wormhole device to representatives of the UK government for the modest fee* of £350 million per week, in the hope that the extent of this generosity will put me in line for the Nobel Peace Prize in addition to the Nobel Prize for Physics.

*Payment to be made in Euros only please.

In addition to fulfilling this important geopolitical function, it will also be possible for wealthy individuals to lease smaller versions of the device for their own use, e.g. Mr Rees-Mogg may be interested in using one to travel back in time to the 18th Century.

P.S. As if the Brexit wormhole were not enough to garner these prestigious awards, I can further announce that I have found a most marvelous solution of the Irish Border Problem but this blog post is too narrow to contain it.

5 Responses to “The Brexit Wormhole”

  1. In the 18th century, Mr. Rees-Mogg would have found that his family were coal owners in North East Somerset, and were sending my family down coal mines at the age of 11. He seems to want to return to those days.

  2. Of course, wormholes require negative energy to work. Then again, the Brexiteers have plenty of that. 😀

  3. Nigel Foot Says:

    I think it is a brilliant idea! Get in touch with No 10 and then they will have the answer to the “technological solutions” required for “seamless” customs arrangements! (Don’t forget to mention the Unicorns!)

  4. Will this wormhole affect Premier League teams qualifying for the Champions League??????

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