# Does ER = EPR imply the absence of naked singularity?

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Two independent observers observe 2 entangled black holes. Assuming ER = EPR is true and both black holes have naked singularities then they can contact with each other in doing experiment naturally. It seems to be a contradiction because no communication theorem does not allow them to be contact while doing experiment. The flow of information flows from each of them to the other ( because ER = EPR ) and can be seen by both of them because naked singularity. Am i wrong?

asked Jan 12, 2018 in Chat
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What does ER and EPR mean?

It means entangled particles were connect through a wormhole. ER used for denotes a wormhole ( Einstein Rosen bridge ) and EPR for quantum entanglement ( Einstein Podolsky Rosen- for their paper in 1935 ). Leonard Susskind , father of string theory proposed this to explain quantum entanglement and to unify both general relativity and quantum mechanics. You can search on Wikipedia and some papers on arxiv.

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