Mr holmes is a man who has missing children. His daughter, Star has disappeared with the neighbor’s boy. How is Mrs Howel taking the matter? She comes over to share a piece of her frazzled mind over her little boy Bobby. In voiceover, and flashback, we learn of the advanced scientific intellect of the kids.
As a 3 year old, Star had a voratious thirst for knowledge. Pete confides in his friend Jim, a fellow engineer and fellow with an IQ well over the genius range. Star is trained to dumb down her intellect so she can blend in, but it becomes evident that her knoledge surpasses that of her brainy dad. Just how smart is this kid? One day Bobby shows up, and is a match for Star’s intelligence. Soon, the kids are disappearing for a couple hours every afternoon. Pete begins to suspect what they are up to, and it involves time travel.
The kids do their best to explain in words their elders, and the listening audience at large, can understand about advance scientific theories that are basically what has come to be known as worm holes. Pete is smart enough to grasp it, but a twist comes when he finds the kids plotting something new.
Now we’re up to date, and the kids are missing. The concept of alternate universes is hinted at. Is that where Star and Bobby went? Can Pete go to their parallel universe and find the kids? If he does, can he find his way back?