The Schwarzschild solution to the EFE has the (possibly not physical) 'two sided' view (aka wormhole). Anyone know what would happen in a thought experiment if you added mass to one side of the wormhole?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

So say mass was M (which is seen from both sides). If you add dM to one side, (say 50%) what will happen? I mean after everything dies down.

It seems that it must be that from the heavy side the hole would look heavy (1.5M), and from the the lighter side nothing would change (mass still at M).

If this is the case, does this mean that the Schwarzschild solution from both sides somehow neatly meshes together? Can this solution be written down - or visualized - perhaps in Kruskal-Sekeres coordinates?

Or is it more complicated?

--Tom Andersen

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# Asymmetric Schwarzschild solution

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