Effect of wormholes on photons, ect.

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there are many small womholes that are continuously created throught time, they may not remain open for long enough for more than a photon to enter them, because they are not generally fed the"unknown matter" that is often spoken of which would be needed to allow them to remain continually open (possibly antimatter i believe) i wonder what sort of affect these "rips in spacetime" may have on the passing photon, and if they could have any sort of significance more specifically with photon than for example an electron, or even more probably a quark. (because of their largely wavelike properties opposed to those of the slightly larger more particulate matter mentioned) i am sorry about using the term particle, and wave i know they are fairly inaccurate, but are easiest to work with.
then i suppose that it is nothign more than a small contributor to elegtromagnetic diffusion? either this, or no one seems to have any idea.
I think that the effect is far to miniscule to be observed. These wormholes are very small and don't last long as they are created through vacuum fluctuations.
I agree with with berislav

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