When a star contracts do to gravitational pressures its gravitational field becomes stronger, if a star has a mass of at least three times that of the sun it will form a black hole. This causes the curvature of spacetime around a dying star to become so great that not even light can escape, the region where this occurs is called the event horizon. The event horizon forms a boundary within in spacetime called a hypersuface, if a star collapse into its event horizon bizarre field interactions can take shape. General Relativity is a symmetric theory, for example having radial and spherical geometries to name a few, these symmetries fit very well with wave equations. The problem for general relativity is that these symmetries are still preserved within a hypersurface. This means the collapsing gravitational field can interact with another unseen gravitational field to the outside universe, thus preventing the collapse of a star. These complex interaction can form what is known as an Einstein-Rosen bridge and is now widely known as a "wormhole."
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