posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 12:01 AM
Honestly, I don't see why not, the only problem you'd have, is if the wormhole opened into a vaccuum, or into an atmosphere realy different from
ours, for that you'd need some kind of barrier, but as for establishing a wormhole on Earth, yeah it is theoretically possible.
Of course, just like anywhere you would open it, there might be anomalies, if it's a temporal wormhole (I.E. TimeTravel), than you might have some
temporal radiation in a certain area.
If it's a spatial wormhole (I.E. One that connects two points in our universe together), than you might have some spatial warping in the vicinity of
it, most likely in the area around the edges of the wormholes event horizon.
If it's a trans-universal wormhole (I.E. One that connects two [or more] seperate universes.), well than, I have no ideas whaty kind of effects might
[edit on 12/7/2005 by iori_komei]