The equation that could transform physics: Researchers say ER=EPR could show how quantum mechanics fits into the theory of general relativity

In 1935, physicists published two papers introducing key concepts on the theoretical understanding of the universe: wormholes and quantum entanglement.

But, what if these two separately described phenomena were actually the same thing?

A Stanford physicist has proposed this radical idea in the form of a new equation, ER=EPR – and he says it could build a space-time bridge between the long-competing theories of general relativity and quantum mechanics.

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A Stanford physicist has proposed a radical idea in the form of a new equation, ER=EPR – and it could build a space-time bridge between the long-competing theories of general relativity and quantum mechanics

A Stanford physicist has proposed a radical idea in the form of a new equation, ER=EPR – and it could build a space-time bridge between the long-competing theories of general relativity and quantum mechanics

QUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT 

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