Wormholes and the grid dimensionsAuthor(s): Eran Sinbar
There are two non-local phenomena that cannot be visualized by our standard local three-dimensional concept of space. These phenomena are quantum entanglement (Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen or EPR) and the unique results of general relativity in the form of wormholes (Einstein-Rosen or ER). Lately it has been suggested that these two are the same phenomena (ER=EPR). In order to visualize them, one dimension was reduced suggesting that our space is a two-dimensional hologram. This paper suggests a new way to visualize these nonlocal phenomena by quantizing the standard three-dimensional local space and adding an extra non-local grid dimension between the quantized space units.