Wormhole Albert Einstein Physicist
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Princeton University physicists used quantum mechanics to derive a mathematical loophole that they believe shows the possibility of creating a wormhole large enough for humans and their spacecraft. Math was used to theorize these conditions and even imagined what such an Einstein-Rosen wormhole would look like. Read more for a video and additional information.

Wormholes could act as a gateway to connect two points in space and time with each other, or in other words, a theoretical method of folding them so two places of vast distances can be joined together. Astronauts aboard a spacecraft could travel through a wormhole with only a small amount of time passing for them but those on Earth may have experienced thousands of years.

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From the outside they resemble intermediate mass charged black holes. Their big size comes from demanding that a human traveler can survive the tidal forces.They take a very short proper time to traverse, but a long time as seen from the outside. The traveler acquires a very large boost factor, γ, as it goes through the center of the wormhole. We have argued this most clearly for the case that the wormhole exists in a cold and flat ambient space,” said the researchers.