Scientists from the National ResearchMEPhI Nuclear University presented to the scientific community an original theory according to which the Universe surrounding us can be part of one large wormhole. Moreover, microscopic worm holes can be all that we consist of: all neutrons, electrons and protons. If the theory of scientists is confirmed, already in the very near future, standard physics can undergo a real revolution.
What is a wormhole?
For the first time about the possibility of existencea hypothetical area in which space and time are disturbed began to speak at the beginning of the 20th century. One of the scientists who spoke on this topic was the 20th century physicist John Archibald Wheeler, who at one time coined the term black hole. According to his hypothesis, a wormhole can connect two completely different parts of the universe, while not violating the rules of the general theory of relativity. In order for the wormhole to exist in reality, its inner part must be filled with some exotic matter with a negative energy density. Such an important condition must be observed because without the influence of a negatively charged force, the designed mole hole can simply collapse due to strong gravitational repulsion.
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Can moleholes be near us?
Alexey and Yuri Khlestkov from MEPhI concludedthat absolutely all the matter around us can be the smallest wormhole. According to the general theory of relativity, the gravitational interaction between atoms or two separate particles is almost completely absent. At the same time, Russian physicists believe that the possibility of creating a wormhole lies precisely in Einstein's theory of relativity. Thus, the authors of the study built a special mathematical model illustrating the basic elementary particles as microscopic wormholes. As it turned out, the proton in this model is a single mole hole with two static necks. The same goes for the electron, while the neutron appeared before the researchers as a real double wormhole.
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Measurements of the radii of elementary particles showedthat the obtained values can vary significantly in the collision of protons, neutrons and electrons. The authors of the study argue that such a phenomenon can occur due to the appearance in the elementary particles of a special energy that occurs when the curvature of space and time.
If so, based on the foregoing, we canit is logical to assume that absolutely everything in our Universe consists of a huge accumulation of tiny wormholes, and curvatures in the canvas of space-time can occur even in our bodies.