８２−１ Black hole 
・Black hole is a "hole" opened in space-time.
・In the case of a charged or rotating black hole, it is possible to avoid the singularity.
・Extending these solutions as far as possible reveals the hypothetical possibility of exiting the black hole into a different spacetime with the black hole acting as a wormhole.
８２−２ How to make wormhole 
・Rotate the white dwarfs in the form of a ring, creating a vortex (wormhole) in space.
・Injecting a negative energy in the vortex to stabilize the wormhole.
※To create a wormhole diameter 1 m, it is necessary to convert the same mass of Jupiter to negative energy. 
☆First of all, we need to find a white dwarf that rotates in a ring shape.
※Conceptual diagram of a wormhole 
８２−３ How to find the wormhole 
・When it comes to wormhole hunting, said Nagoya University astrophysicist Fumio Abe, looking for the distant signatures of smaller gravitational lenses, called microlenses, is the way to go
・Unfortunately, these impromptu wormholes would be super small, appearing at the Planck scale. That’s about 10-33 centimeters long. In other words, the wormhole would be so small that it'd be almost impossible to detect. 
８２−４ Wormholes and Quantum en¬¬tanglement
・Quantum mechanics’ en¬¬tanglement and general relativity’s wormholes may actually be equivalent—the same phenomena described differently.
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