Entanglement Meets Wormholes
Entanglement
Clasical Entangled
Head Head Head Head
Tail Tail Tail Tail
Head Tail Head Head
Tail Head Tail Tail

When two normal coins are thrown, the outcome of one has no effect on the other  any two combinations might result. If two coins are entangled, however, then throwing the first coin determines what will happen to the second. If the first comes out heads, for instance the second must be heads and if the first is tails so must the secon be.

The first most important question is: Is it possible to perform an experiment using two coins, in such a way, demonstrating that the two coins are entangled?
IMO that is impossible.
That means IMO: coins can only be used in a thought experiment to demonstrate as a type of what if situation.
Wormholes

The equations of general relativity suggest that wormholes can connect two blackholes, even those located vast distances apart, to create a bridge in spacetime. From the outside the two black holes would appear to be separate entities, but they would share an interior connecting them. No person or signal could travel through, however.

Consider our Milky Way. In the center is a Black Hole.
Consider (near by) the Andromeda Galaxy. In the center is also a Black Hole.
How should one envision that the two galaxies are connected and form a wormhole?
Does it makes a difference if they are not connected?
One and the Same?

If two black holes were to become entangled, all the microscopic elements inside the first would be correlated with those in the second.

Suppose the BH inside the Milky Way forms a wormhole with the BH inside the Andromeda Galaxy.
What difference does it make if the two BH's are entangled or not?
How do you figure it out that the two are entangled?
