Wormholes don’t only exist in space. Scientists have just created one in the lab…with magnets!
|First theorized in 1935 by Albert Einstein and as part of the theory of general relativity, wormholes were originally known as “Einstein-Rosen bridges,” and are thought of as holes through space-time. Although there’s math that can prove they exist, they’ve never been created or spotted anywhere in the universe.|
However, scientists at the Autonomous University of Barcelona have created a magnetic wormhole that appears to transfer a magnetic field through “an extra special dimension.” Magnetic wormholes aren’t space-time wormholes, but they work in a similar way: space-time wormholes are a manipulation of gravitational energy, whereas magnetic wormholes are a manipulation electromagnetic energy.