An Old Friend
First, I must admit, I do not believe wormhole technology can ever exist. The idea implies space/time is folded and a singularity can punch thru the folds creating a corridor between two points of space/time.about the theoretical wormhole
Wormholes require physics of a black hole. Like I said on another thread, black holes are neither black, nor holes. A black hole is a beyond white mass singularity. Not only is gravity (mass) so intense light cannot escape, the heat is beyond white hot. There are more than one event horizions. Light is but one horizon. When matter or light enters the gravitational pull of the singulartity it falls onto the mass at the center. It doesn't get pulled down a 'hole'. Its mass adds to the mass of the singularity.
This is why black holes grow. If the mass were being ejected from this Universe, black holes would not grow. Black holes would not emit gamma beams from their poles. The reason why there are gamma beams from the poles is because when mass gathers it hits at different angles to the mass and creates spin. As it the mass grows, it spins faster, creating an equator and two poles. The poles . having the lesser gravitational pull, allows the fastest radiation to expel in the form of two beams, one at either pole.
Wormholes can't work as corridors because they depend on a mechanism to open the folds of space/time. Perhaps the reason science detects some wormhole-like effects at the sub-atomic is because the tiny black holes are not singularities but holes in the fabric of the Bose–Einstein condensate of the Universe. Holes which, due to proximity have readings which appear as corridors.
But, this is my opinion.