Time Travel Is Possible Through Entangled Wormholes But We Cannot Return From The Past To The Present – Astrophysicist Says

Scientists continue to debate the possibility of time travel. Several scientists have previously proposed that traveling to the past or future through wormholes might work.

Wormholes have never been proven to exist, but if they do some researchers think that they could serve as theoretical  time portals between past present and future.

Astrophysicist Eric W. Davis, of the Earth Tech International Institute for Advanced Studies at Austin has previously suggested that you can go into the future or into the past using traversable wormholes.

Time Travel Is Possible Through Entangled Wormholes But We Cannot Return From The Past To The Present

Ethan Siegel, astrophysicist and Professor at the University of Portland and Lewis & Clark College says stepping back into another era could be possible if the wormhole is still at one end and as fast as the speed of light at the other.

While scientists have yet to discover the conditions needed to travel back in time, and construction a system large enough for humans certainly wouldn’t be easy, ‘there’s nothing forbidding it’ in the laws of theoretical physics, explains astrophysicist Ethan Siegel in the Forbes blog Starts With A Bang.

Scientists continue to debate the possibility of time travel. Several scientists have previously proposed that traveling to the past or future through wormholes might work. Wormholes have never been proven to exist, but if they do some researchers think that they could serve as theoretical  time portals between past present and future.

Astrophysicist Eric W. Davis, of the Earth Tech International Institute for Advanced Studies at Austin has previously suggested that you can go into the future or into the past using traversable wormholes.
Time Travel Through Entangled Wormholes

In 1949, mathematician Kurt Gödel proposed that the Universe is rotating. According to Gödel, it was possible to create a path in a rotating universe that ended before it began. In Gödel’s rotating universe, the universe itself could function as a time machine.

So far, physicists haven’t found any conclusive evidence that our universe is rotating, and most researchers think the Universe does not rotate at all, but if does it allows time travel.

In 1935, Albert Einstein and his student Nathan Rosen studied wormholes and they soon became a very interesting subject for all scientists interested in time travel because these objects could serve as shortcut through space and time.

Time Travel Is Possible Through Entangled Wormholes But We Cannot Return From The Past To The Present

Wormholes are technically known as Einstein-Rosen bridges (the “ER” part of the equation). This means that two points in space-time could be connected by a shortened path.

In some special cases, a wormhole may actually allow for time travel. Instead of connecting different regions of space, the wormhole could connect different regions of time, but let’s not forget that using wormhole technology would also require a society so technologically advanced that it could master and exploit the energy within black holes.

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.

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Many scientists now think that entangled wormholes could pave the way for quantum gravity and produce shortcuts between distant black holes.

Quantum entanglement is a bizarre, but fascinating science concept. In a pair of entangled particles, a change in the quantum characteristics of one of the particles can’t happen without also causing a change in the other particle, even if these particles are millions of miles away. This concomitant change happens instantaneously, which is why some people liken it to teleportation.

Kristan Jensen, a theoretical physicist at Stony Brook University in New York and his colleague theoretical physicist Andreas Karch at the University of Washington in Seattle have discovered that if one imagined entangled pairs in a universe with four dimensions, they behaved in the same way as wormholes in a universe with an extra fifth dimension.  A wormhole that curves space and time until two points coincide, and entanglement may be one of the same thing then.

Time Warp And Cloning Of Past Events – How Possible Is It?

Ethan Siegel imagines a scenario in which the destination is 40 light years away.

After the passage of one year, the fast-moving end of the wormhole would have aged 40 years, while only a year would have passed on the other side.

“If, 40 years ago, someone had created such a pair of entangled wormholes and sent them off on this journey, it would be possible to step into one of them today, in 2017, and wind up back in time at the mouth of the other one back in 1978,” Ethan Siegel said.

“The only issue is that you yourself couldn’t also have been at that location back in 1978; you needed to be with the other end of the wormhole, or traveling through space to try and catch up with. No matter how far apart you took these two connected objects from one another, if they had enough mass/energy – of both the positive and the negative kind – this instantaneous connection would remain,” Siegel added.

According to Professor Siegel, “this form of time travel also forbids the grandfather paradox! Even if the wormhole were created before your parents were conceived, there’s no way for you to exist at the other end of the wormhole early enough to go back and find your grandfather prior to that critical moment.”

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