Questions regarding a theoretical 'tunnel' through spacetime which could potentially allow time travel.

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Is a wormhole asymmetric?

Can objects transverse a wormhole in both directions. A wormhole (Einstein–Rosen bridge), as pictured by the rubbersheet model, appears symmetric. Matter is able to travel in both directions through ...
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Would a Einstein–Rosen bridge change size and/or position in an expanding Universe?

I appreciate that a Einstein–Rosen bridge has never been observed but since there are some valid theories in General Relativity I thought I'd ask this. Would the start and end point of a ...
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What would happen if a wormhole gets swallowed by a black hole?

Assume wormholes exist. One hole allows matter to pop out of another hole somewhere else in the universe. If one end of the wormhole is swallowed by a black hole, then no information can get from ...
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What you would see in a wormhole?

Science fiction seems to depict the experience of traveling through wormholes (if possible of course) as seeing psychedelic colors or lines of light where stars once were (ie. 2001 or Contact). I ...
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Existence of multiple universe?

In this youtube video, Prof. Michio Kaku mentions there could be multiple universes and if there are, then there could be a worm hole to some other universe. My question is: We are not sure if the ...
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Is a Wormhole a tunnel? [closed]

In films such as Interstellar, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and Contact (and also Star Trek Deep Space Nine) wormholes are depicted as tunnels along the edges of which fantastical colours and shapes lie. ...
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What is a wormhole?

I have learned that there are white holes and black holes in the universe, but I am confused as to what a wormhole is. Is it a tunnel that connects black and white holes?