A new study suggests that they may actually be ‘back doors’ to other parts of the universe, as physicists have been trying to unravel the mysteries of black holes for decades.
This theory says that anything travelling through a black hole is something ‘spaghettified’, the process through which an object stretches out, quite similar to spaghetti, thus all because of gravitational forces that are falling into a black hole but gets back to its normal size at a time it appears in other regions of the universe.
A group of physicists who hails from the Institute of Corpuscular Physics of Valencia has conducted the study, in which they used geometric structures like a crystal of grapheme layer, by which the activity inside of a black hole matched better.
However, the outcome shows that the traditional theory faced the rejection on account that all matter is destroyed due to the centre of a black hole where spacetime curves to an infinite point called ‘singularity’.The study instead suggested that the centre of an electrically charged, non-rotating black hole acts as a ‘wormhole’ through which space and time having continuity.
According to a Ramón y Cajal researcher at the University of Valencia,Gonzalo Olmo,“In the first instance, we resolve the problem of the singularity, since there is a door at the centre of the black hole, the wormhole, through which space and time can continue.”
From the equations, they derived that a wormhole at the centre is probably smaller than an atomic nucleus, but its size increase relative to the charge stored within the black hole.
Furthermore, the study stated that any matter which passes through a black hole is probably stretching to measures at extreme that allow it to enter the wormhole and returns to its normal size whenever it emerges on the other side.
However, the traditional theory’s claim that matter inside the black hole would not be lost forever and would be expelled from another area of the universe, was challenged by the study unfolding. But,the fact that human would survive this process, is something almost unlikely.