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Last summer, a condemned house in Houston, Texas was sucked into a small wormhole, its wooden facade slowly slurped though another dimension and spit out into an alley behind the backyard. This bizarre mashup of real estate and theoretical physics was created by local artists Dan Havel and Dean Ruck, who saw in the abandoned house an opportunity to remind people how fragile the fabric of spacetime really is. Below, you can look deep inside the wormhole and see where it comes out on the other end. This is totally what conspiracy theorists are picturing when they say the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland will destroy the fabric of the universe. Sadly, this exhibit has been torn down but its weird science flair lives on. House-sized art exhibit in Texas [via Gadling] Thanks, Marilyn Terrell!