Effects of Scattering of Radiation on Wormholes
AbstractSignificant progress in the development of observational techniques gives us the hope to directly observe cosmological wormholes. We have collected basic effects produced by the scattering of radiation on wormholes, which can be used in observations. These are the additional topological damping of cosmic rays, the generation of a diffuse background around any discrete source, the generation of an interference picture, and distortion of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) spectrum. It turns out that wormholes in the leading order mimic perfectly analogous effects of the scattering of radiation on the standard matter (dust, hot electron gas, etc.). However, in higher orders, a small difference appears, which allows for disentangling effects of wormholes and ordinary matter. View Full-Text
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Kirillov, A.; Savelova, E. Effects of Scattering of Radiation on Wormholes. Universe 2018, 4, 35.
Kirillov A, Savelova E. Effects of Scattering of Radiation on Wormholes. Universe. 2018; 4(2):35.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kirillov, Alexander; Savelova, Elena. 2018. "Effects of Scattering of Radiation on Wormholes." Universe 4, no. 2: 35.
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