Wormholes and Time Travel- Aspect 1
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Wormholes are the concept of any structure connecting two regions or areas otherwise distant or unrelated. Time travel is the hypothetical process of moving between past and future.
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caitlyn kosko's comment, March 11, 2013 10:06 AM
There are many theories stating that one day wormholes could possibly be shortcuts to an alternative part of our universe. Einstein’s equations have proposed numerous wormhole explanations to reporters, therefore writing them off immediately is not an option. These theories explain there is potential radiation surrounding the opening of a wormhole which could destroy anyone who has the nerve to explore, proposing the idea they are very unstable. Physicists have countless disputes about wormholes. (Source1)
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Einstein’s equations separate at the core of wormholes, where energy and sub-atomic intensity could possibly be brutal enough to breakdown the opening, hence why physicists are unable to come to a solution for the debate. Einstein’s theory is problematic in that it “only works for gravity, not the quantum forces which govern radiation and sub-atomic particles.” To solve said problem, a theory is required which covers both topics concurrently; the “theory of everything.” (Source1)
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This particular theory combines Einstein’s theory and the Big Bang theory. The “”superstring theory” is what it’s entitled. It nearly merges “gravity with a theory of radiation,” which is what is necessary to conclude the predicament of quantum wormholes. To understand this theory better, they compare it to “vibrations of a tiny sting. The vibrations of a violn string correspond to musical notes; likewise the vibrations of a supersting correspond to the particles found in nature.” It is said that while the string travels over time, it distorts the make up of space in the vicinity of it fabricating wormholes. (Source1)
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Wormholes

A wormhole is any structure connecting two regions or areas otherwise distant or unrelated.

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caitlyn kosko's comment, March 11, 2013 10:11 AM
One of the first people converse wormholes was Georg Riemann. He named his wormholes “Riemann cuts,” links amid deep space with no span. An example would be a bug who had a home among a gray surface, but might cross into a cut linking his universe to a different surface where everything I backwards. Yet, he can enter and leave through this cut, with the link still lingering. (Source2)
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Einstein-Rosen Bridges are wormholes connecting with the center of black holes. They contain a parallel world “on the ‘other side’ of spacetime. “ This could not be true though because of the immense, infinite gravity which would crush all matter. Also, to be able to travel through such a wormhole, it would require being quicker than the speed of light, which is impossible. Because of these reasons, this theory was ancient history. (Source2)
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Roy Kerr developed a more practical depiction of black holes relating to Einstein’s theories. Kerr thought that the stars forming black holes didn’t actually collapse, but formed into a ring shape instead. “The gravity and spacetime curvature are both still infinite, so matter is again inevitable destroyed.” Nonetheless, roaming all the way through the ring would have an outcome of “finite gravity.” If an object is capable of doing so without being compressed but such intense gravity, it would be able to enter into the Enstein-Rosen Bridge and acquire a way into the parallel world. (Source2)
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