Okay, so I've had this question on wormholes which seems to have hijacked my mind from some time now, and what better place to bring it out rather than PF? A previous thread containing lots of lengthy posts was made here a few years ago, but I'm not getting a clear-cut answer despite leafing through it. (Here is the thread: https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/wormholes-a-way-to-violate-energy-conservation.523089/ ) I'll present my doubt - how does a static wormhole connecting 2 points in space which are at different potentials (i.e. with non-identical metric tensor components at those 2 points) along a geodesic path in curved spacetime not violate local energy conservation? Thanks for reading!