Can we find wormholes once? | pc.sk

Russian astronomers suggest focusing on finding red holes.

Einsten’s General Theory of Relativity predicted black holes – massive objects that collapsed under gravity and have since absorbed everything around them, so that even light does not escape their gravitational influence. Scientists have already discovered the first black hole in the galaxy called M87, but the theory also assumes objects called Einstein-Rosen bridges, which are known as wormholes. These are supposed to allow faster travel through space time. Both types of holes are the result of special solutions of the General Theory of Relativity.

In order to create a wormhole, you need a large amount of so-called negative energy, which scientists can create in small amounts in laboratories. It is also assumed that she is responsible for the accelerated expansion of the universe. So where can we find wormholes?

Russian astronomers recently published a document in the Royal Society’s Monthly Announcements, which assume that wormholes should be sought in the same place as black holes in the nuclei of galaxies. More precisely, in the brightest and that could be the key to their discovery. Scientists also speculate that there is a difference in black and wormhole radiation, where a black hole is supposed to produce fewer gamma rays, which it emits by current, while a wormhole is supposed to emit gamma rays limited to a “sphere”.

Recently, a study appeared that discovered radio circles of unknown origin in the night sky. These are huge, but so far scientists have not been able to connect them to any visible object and resist conventional theories, and therefore wormholes may be behind their formation.

A bit striking is their similarity to the ongoing experiments with teleportation at the quantum level. Scientists believe that the era of the early universe is behind their creation. More precisely, they may have formed in the foam of quantum particles and may still exist today.

Source: Phys.org,


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