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BREAKING: Cambridge Physicists Find Wormhole Proof

A theoretical basis for the existence of wormholes, which are conduits that connect two distinct locations in space-time, has been developed by physicists at the University of Cambridge. In the event that a piece of data or a tangible object could traverse the wormhole, time travel and instant communication across vast distances might become feasible.

"But there's a problem: Einstein's wormholes are extremely unsteady, and they don't stay open long enough for something to pass over."

 Scientists came to the conclusion that Casimir energy, a sort of negative energy, might keep wormholes open in 1988.

The speculative answer developed at Cambridge has to do with quantum energy's characteristics, which show that even vacuums are teeming with energy waves.

“Does this mean we have the technology for building a wormhole?” asks Matt Visser at the Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand. “The answer is still no.” Still, he is intrigued by Butcher’s work. “From a physics perspective, it may revitalise interest in wormholes.”

 If you picture two metal plates in a vacuum, some waves of energy would be disproportionately large and be able to fit between the plates, creating a negative energy field in the space-time between the plates.

Could Casimir energy be produced by the wormhole's tube-like shape under the correct conditions? Calculations reveal that a wormhole does produce Casimir energy at its centre if the throat is orders of magnitude longer than the mouth.

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