BY TIM NEWCOMB
We all want wormholes to be real. Or at least possible. Now, one University of Bristol physicist thinks that we can make wormholes work, as soon as our quantum computers get a little more, well, quantum. And he has a blueprint to back it up.
Hatim Salih, an honorary research fellow at Bristol’s Quantum Engineering Technology Labs and co-founder of the start-up DotQuantum, published a paper in the journal Quantum Science and Technology saying there’s a real opportunity to build out “counterportation,” akin to teleportation but without particles actually moving.