Will We Ever Be Able to Travel Through a Wormhole?

By : Seeker - 9 months ago
Scientists may have found a way to make traversable wormholes a reality. How? Two black holes and some quantum entanglement.

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New Wormhole Could Resolve the Black Hole Information Paradox
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/next/physics/new-wormhole-could-resolve-the-black-hole-information-paradox/
“What would happen if you fell into a black hole? For a long time, the only acceptable answer was that you would die. That is, unless a theoretical wormhole—a portal in spacetime between two black holes—were to save you.”

Wormholes Might Burrow Through Black Hole Cores
https://www.seeker.com/wormholes-might-burrow-through-black-hole-cores-1845995019.html
“The weird physics of a black hole's singularity could turn our "classical" idea about black holes on its head. What if general relativity breaks down and the singularity isn't a singularity at all? What if we replace the singularity with a wormhole? Suddenly, instead of being the ultimate trash compactors of the universe, black holes become the ultimate sci-fi dream: they could be space-time transportation hubs.”

The Oldest Black Hole Ever Found Is Almost as Old as the Universe Itself
https://www.seeker.com/astrophysics/the-oldest-black-hole-ever-found-is-almost-as-old-as-the-universe-itself
“A huge black hole has just been discovered that is about 13 billion light-years old – almost as old as the universe itself. The find of this supermassive black hole is puzzling astronomers because they can't figure out how this black hole was formed so early in the universe's history.”

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Will We Ever Be Able to Travel Through a Wormhole?