In a report entitled "Passable Worm Holes in Four Dimensions," Princeton physicists Juan Maldasena, Alexei Milekhin, and Fedor Popov declare, "We created a solution for a four-dimensional pass worm." Physicists stated that "this would be achieved. placing a large magnetic charge near the extreme black holes. "Scientists have explained that rotating black holes is important" so that they can be kept separate, at least for some time, until electromagnetic radiation causes them to lose energy and eventually merge with each other. "
Hole obtained" can be regarded as a tangled state of two black holes. "
Physicists describe in the article how they showed a solution to Einstein Maxwell's theory of charged fermions.
It was said:" This is a four-dimensional passable hole with no exotic matter.
"It balances classical and quantum effects and has a non-trivial space-time topology, which is forbidden in classical theory."
Black holes are powerful gravitational wells where absolutely nothing, including light, can escape.
However, scientists are not sure what exactly happens to an object when it is taken out of a black hole.
Intense gravity crushes an object into oblivion or does a black hole spit it out into some distant part of the universe? Some scholars theoretically black holes act as holes in holes between two points in time and space.
If correct, such holes can be used for long distance travel and may even travel over time.
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"Einstein's equations predict that black holes can be used as machines for time or gateways to other universes, but these equations are unreliable because the gravitational force at the center of a black hole becomes infinite and that is nonsense. "
But the answer to the question of what happens when you go through a black hole can be hidden in a study of string theory.
According to Dr. Kaku, String Theory suggests that the universe is a bubble of sorts, in which case there are other bubble-like universes, expanding and colliding with each other.
Dr. Kaku said, "But what about time travel? Again, we must rely on string theory, but string theory is not advanced enough to answer this question.
"But if time is a river, as Einstein put it, then that leaves open the possibility that the river of time will have whirlpools. [1
"In other words, you may be able to come back yesterday. "
The physicist said at first the theory may seem pointless, but this is a logical conclusion to Einstein's equations.