A new paper suggests how wormholes might be identified with gravitational waves.

In this work, the authors began with a theoretical wormhole between two Universes.

By itself, the wormhole would not emit any gravitational waves.

They then simulated a black hole travelling through the wormhole, spiralling in on one side, and spiralling out and away on the other.

They discovered when a black hole spirals into a wormhole, it creates gravitational waves resembling two black holes merging.


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