Scientists say they have found a way to send humans into wormholes and keep them alive on the road, foreign news agency BGR reported. The theory assumes a lot about various physics models, but these models have not yet been proven. Under certain conditions, time travel is possible if a particular physical model is accurate, Princeton University researchers explain in a new paper. The only problem is that it needs a wormhole in space to keep humans alive on the road.
This research paper deals with some controversial mathematical and theoretical settings. It relies heavily on the Randall-Sundrum model of physics, mainly because the standard model allows only microscopic wormholes to exist, and if you want to travel time, you will need a wormhole large enough for one person to pass through it and come out completely from the other end.
When it comes to these specific physical calculations, the Randall-Sundrum model allows for more flexibility, but the modified Randall-Sundrum II model is more flexible. People are subjected to intense gravity as they pass through wormholes, which is the biggest obstacle.
“By using the Randall-Sundrum model with U(1) regulations, better wormholes are possible,” the researchers explained. “This model allows wormholes large enough to be traversed by humans, i.e. to survive under tidal forces. With them, people can travel between distant points in our galaxy in less than a second. For observers passing through wormholes, one second. For those looking from the outside, it takes tens of thousands of years. “