|Aug25-12, 04:36 AM||#18|
Curious about the age of the Universe...
|Aug25-12, 04:48 AM||#19|
There exist solutions for wormholes in general theory of relativity, theoretically only, of course, and those are unstable, at very tiny length scales, evaporate too quickly, require exotic matter and exotic effects, such as Casimir effect, to operate, and are not quite well established theoretically yet. There is a brief introduction to this subject on Wikipedia, of course, aimed at broader audience: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Einstein-Rosen_Bridge. So, there isn't much to say, because of lack of full theoretical support, plus, we are very very far away from observing a wormhole experimentally.
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