Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
January 10, 2021
White hole, wormhole, entanglement, singularity, loop quantum theory
Shortly after the advent of general relativity by Einstein, theories of black holes and white holes were proposed. Almost immediately after the introduction of quantum entanglement in 1935, Einstein and Rosen attempted to explain quantum entanglement using special relativity and the speed of light. According to Einstein-Rosen, communication between entangled particles is established through a bottleneck that travels a shorter path than the observer measured.
This bottleneck was named the Wormhole in 1957 by John Wheeler. Despite all the efforts that have been made over the past century, there is still no physical explanation for the white hole and wormhole. In this paper, using the theory of CPH, white hole, wormhole, and entanglement with the physical approach have been investigated.