Quantum Theory Illuminates Wormholes –“Observing a Distant Point of the Universe in Four Dimensions”



Modern concepts of the universe provide for the existence of wormholes—unusual curvatures in space and time. Physicists imagine a wormhole as a black hole through which one can see a distant point of the universe in four dimensions. Astrophysicists are still unable to determine the shape and sizes of black holes precisely, let alone theoretical wormholes. A physicist has now demonstrated that the shape of a wormhole can be calculated based on observable physical characteristics.