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<h3>Wormhole Physics Introduction</h3>
<p><mark>A wormhole in normal conditions can be held open for a
maximum of just under 39 minutes.</mark> Conditions that can increase
the time include a powerful energy source coupled to one or both of
the gates connecting the wormhole and a large gravity well (such as a
black hole).</p>
<p><mark>Momentum is preserved across the wormhole. Electromagnetic
radiation can travel in both directions through a wormhole
but matter cannot.</mark></p>
<p>When a wormhole is created a vortex normally forms.
<strong>Warning: The vortex caused by the wormhole opening will
annihilate anything in its path.</strong> Vortexes can be avoided when
using sufficiently advanced dialing technology.</p>
<p><mark>An obstruction in a gate will prevent it from accepting a
wormhole connection.</mark></p>

Wormhole Physics Introduction

A wormhole in normal conditions can be held open for a maximum of just under 39 minutes. Conditions that can increase the time include a powerful energy source coupled to one or both of the gates connecting the wormhole and a large gravity well (such as a black hole).

Momentum is preserved across the wormhole. Electromagnetic radiation can travel in both directions through a wormhole but matter cannot.

When a wormhole is created a vortex normally forms. Warning: The vortex caused by the wormhole opening will annihilate anything in its path. Vortexes can be avoided when using sufficiently advanced dialing technology.

An obstruction in a gate will prevent it from accepting a wormhole connection.

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