Curated by RSF Research Staff
Black holes = Einstein Rosen Bridges
Are black holes traps, or gateways? In the simplest approximations, following the event horizon to the center, black holes appear to end in a singularity — also known as a pathological spacetime. However, when factors like spin, charge, and multiply connected spacetime geometries are taken into consideration a different picture emerges. Namely, the sigularity transforms into a gateway or bridge, also known as a wormhole. The internal structure of black holes has major implications for understanding quantum gravity and other significant considerations of unified physics.