Could wormholes allow Time Travel?While it may seem wishful thinking, a physicist from Cambridge University believes that, in theory, it could be possible.

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We’ve all wished someone from the future could send us tomorrow’s lottery ticket numbers.

While it may seem wishful thinking, a physicist from Cambridge University believes that, in theory, it could be possible.
He argues that if a thin wormhole stays open long enough, people might send messages instantly through time using pulses of light.

Wormholes are theoretical tunnels that create shortcuts in space-time. Dr Luke Butcher at Cambridge University argues that if a thin wormhole stays open long enough, people could send messages through time using pulses of light. In theory, this light- called a photon – could carry a message to a distant past or future
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WHAT IS A WORMHOLE?
Space-time can be warped and distorted. It takes an enormous amount of matter or energy to create such distortions, but theoretically, distortions are possible.

In the case of the wormhole, a shortcut is made by warping the fabric of space-time. Imagine folding a piece of paper with two pencil marks drawn on it to represent two points in space-time.

The line between them shows the distance from one point to the other in normal space-time.

If the paper is now bent and folded over almost double – the equivalent to warping space-time – then poking the pencil through the paper provides a much shorter way of linking the two points, in the same way a wormhole would create a shortcut.

The problem with using wormholes to travel in space or time is that they are inherently unstable. When a particle enters a wormhole, it also creates fluctuations that cause the structure to collapse in on it.

The latest study suggests there are unusual-shaped wormholes than may be able to stay open longer than normal.

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Because the ends of a wormhole can exist at different points in time, if Professor Butcher’s theory proves correct, a message could be sent through time.

Dr Butcher warned a lot more work needs to be down to confirm his theory.

For instance, scientists still need to find out whether a pulse of light large enough to transmit a meaningful message can get through a collapsing wormhole and whether the pulse can actually escape the wormhole completely.

‘More calculations need to be done away from centre closer to mouths to see if the theory holds true,’ added Dr Butcher.

‘I would also like to look at the opposite case.

‘Could a very short and fat worm hole be able to send messages through time?

‘This is all very much theoretical, but the possibilities are intriguing.’

2 Responses to “Could wormholes allow Time Travel?While it may seem wishful thinking, a physicist from Cambridge University believes that, in theory, it could be possible.”

  1. Citation:Black holes actually separated forming galaxy rings forming wormholes of conical squeezing in between compression and expansion forming a neutral Blackhole in between the cones and the neutral blackhole may be ejected as a Blue straggler dynamics involved
    Formation of “Third blackhole may give a clue on electron pairing configuration differently between paired and unpaired electrons forming neutrality in between that swings between equal spin dynamics of opposite spin well balanced in between repeated compression and expansion.
    Magnetic monopoles are hypothetical particles proposed by physicists that carry a single magnetic pole, either a magnetic north pole or south pole. In the material world this is quite exceptional because magnetic particles are usually observed as dipoles, north and south combined. However there are several theories that predict the existence of monopoles. Among others, in 1931 the physicist Paul Dirac was led by his calculations to the conclusion that magnetic monopoles can exist at the end of tubes – called Dirac strings – that carry magnetic field. Until now they have remained undetected.
    The first experimental ‘wormhole’ that can connect two regions of space magnetically. This consists of a tunnel that transfers the magnetic field from one point to the other while keeping it undetectable — invisible — all the way.
    If we combine the map of the dark matter in the Milky Way with the most recent Big Bang model to explain the universe and we hypothesise the existence of space-time tunnels, what we get is that our galaxy could really contain one of these tunnels, and that the tunnel could even be the size of the galaxy itself,” said Professor Paulo Salucci paolo.salucci@sissa.it

    Magnetic ‘wormhole’ connecting two regions of space created for the first time

    The researchers used metamaterials and metasurfaces to build the tunnel experimentally, so that the magnetic field from a source, such as a magnet or a an electromagnet, appears at the other end of the ‘wormhole’ as an isolated magnetic monopole. This result is strange enough in itself, as magnetic monopoles — magnets with only one pole, whether north or south — do not exist in nature. The overall effect is that of a magnetic field that appears to travel from one point to another through a dimension that lies outside the conventional three dimensions.
    “Third blackhole may give a clue on electron pairing configuration differently between paired and unpaired electrons forming neutrality in between the space that swings between equal spin dynamics of opposite spin well balanced in between repeated compression and expansion. “In our theory, the wormhole appears out of ordinary matter and energy, such as an electric field” goes beyond generating tunnels in forming a three type blackholes such as a drifting blackhole,colliding blackhole and a third Neutral Blackhole .Sankaravelayudhan Nandakumar is for a middle squeeze ejtion anomalous to Blue straggler.
    An interesting circular plane ellipsoidal squeezing in between wormhole planes by the two extreme Balckhole sepration forming two galaxy rings but controlled to two pahases of conical rings the squeeze at the middle equivalent to one of cancer dynamic separation that oscillate between long and shorter wave emissions contributing towards increase in frequency inverted as decrease in emission frequency of ejecting a third plane Blackhole possibility can not be neglected.
    A way to line an Einstein-Rosen Bridge with a MacGuffin of sorts that prevents the bridge from collapsing, turning the wormhole into a convenient way of teleporting across the universe in a State of criticality for a collapse is also is unavoidable
    Discussion: The ‘wormhole’ in this experiment is a sphere made of different layers: an external layer with a ferromagnetic surface, a second inner layer, made of superconducting material, and a ferromagnetic sheet rolled into a cylinder that crosses the sphere from one end to the other. The sphere is made in such a way as to be magnetically undetectable — invisible, in magnetic field terms — from the exterior.
    The magnetic wormhole is an analogy of gravitational ones, as it “changes the topology of space, as if the inner region has been magnetically erased from space
    These same researchers had already built a magnetic fibre in 2014: a device capable of transporting the magnetic field from one end to the other. This fibre was, however, detectable magnetically. The wormhole developed now, though, is a completely three-dimensional device that is undetectable by any magnetic field
    Electrons moving in a Alternate magnetic field exhibit strange quantum behavior
    Landau states — a form of quantized states that electrons adopt when moving through a magnetic field — and found that the internal rotational dynamics of quantum electrons, or how they move through the field, is surprisingly different from the classical model, and in line with recent quantum-mechanical predictions made at RIKEN.
    Electrons having alternate spins in between alternate layers of dipoles specimen material separate Quantum monopoles
    observations of free-electron Landau states — a form of quantized states that electrons adopt when moving through a magnetic field — and found that the internal rotational dynamics of quantum electrons, or how they move through the field, is surprisingly different from the classical model, and in line with recent quantum-mechanical predictions made at RIKEN.
    The experimental team used a transmission electron microscope to generate nanometer-sized electron vortex beams in which the electrons had a variety of quantum angular-momentum states, and then analyzed the beam propagation to reconstruct the rotational dynamics of the electrons in different Landau states. According to classical physics, the electrons should rotate uniformly at what is called the cyclotron frequency, the frequency adopted by a charged particle moving through a magnetic field. Remarkably, what the researchers discovered is that in fact, depending on the quantum number describing the angular momentum, the electrons rotated in three different ways with zero frequency, the cyclotron frequency, and the Larmor frequency, which is half the cyclotron frequency. This shows that the rotational dynamics of the electrons are more complex and intriguing than was once believed

  2. Multi pole evolution of ATGU bases forming most intelligent aligners by analogy an octopus may also be selected as a primitive evolution. requiring more information as they disappear into space and wormhole formation out of special multi-pole combinations may soon be found out says Sankaravelayudhan Nandakumar Oxford-Cambridge outside scholar who had a long citations connections with Hon.Stephen Hawking Astrophysics scholar

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