The most solid theory of time travel is the “wormhole”, although in principle scientists believe that a black hole would crush us.
But there is a certain type of black hole that could be crossed — the Kerr Ring. The wormhole connects two zones of deformed continuums, having two funnels joined by a column. One could travel through the wormhole faster than light travels through space-time.
In 1963, a mathematician from New Zealand, Roy Kerr, proposed the first realistic theory for a rotating black hole. The concept depends on neutron stars. If Kerr’s postulate is true, scientists speculate that we could go through a black hole and come out through a white hole.
A white hole is a hypothetical time reversal of a black hole. If light and matter are drawn into a black hole from where they cannot escape, white holes emit light and matter and nothing can enter. A white hole removes matter from its event horizon.
Einstein assumed that on the other side of a white hole there should be a mirror universe. If we imagine a black hole as a funnel with a long neck that we join with a second funnel positioned in reverse (a white hole), we arrive at a shape that resembles an hourglass with the two ends joined by a very thin filament. The Einstein-Rosen bridge is the first theoretical hypothesis involving a white hole.
So far no white hole has been identified. According to the equations of general relativity, white holes are mathematically possible, but that does not mean that they exist in nature. Hypothetically speaking, it is said that the white hole would be the exit of the black hole, their result being a wormhole through which one could travel through time.
“Physicists have thought about time tunnels; we wondered if portals to the past or future might be possible from a natural point of view. It has been proven that they exist and are called wormholes. The truth is that wormholes are all around us, but they are too small to see. Wormholes are very small, they can appear in nooks and crannies of space and time. Nothing is perfectly flat or solid. This is a basic principle in physics and it applies even to time” Stephen Hawking.
There are many solutions to Einstein’s equations that connect two distant points in space. But given that space and time are intimately interconnected in Einstein’s theory, the same wormhole can also connect two points in time.
By descending through a wormhole, we could travel (at least mathematically) into the past. It can be assumed that we could then travel back to the original starting point, to meet ourselves before we left. But, as I mentioned, traversing a wormhole into the center of a black hole is a one-way trip. As the physicist, Richard Gott said: “I don’t think there is any question whether a person could travel back in time by being in a black hole. The question is whether he will ever be able to get out of there to brag about it.”
A recent discovery of the youngest black hole, by NASA specialists, near our galaxy turned the scientific world upside down and beyond.
Born from the remains of a star with a mass 5 times greater than that of our Sun, the newly formed black hole has already swallowed enough matter to form the Earth. To understand the dimensions, our Sun could contain 1.3 million Earth-like planets. In “only” 50 million light years, the remnant of the supernova could become a black hole.
Stranger than that is that its existence could be verified about 30 years ago. Why has NASA kept the secret until now?
The discovered equation would predict that our universe could also be in the universe of another black hole…