I have read that it is theoretically possible to break matter down into tiny parts, open a tiny wormhole for a few billionths of one second, and transport that matter to a given "exit" wormhole. Keep in mind that I am using the term "wormhole" loosely, as a true wormhole may not serve this exact purpose (and certainly that is up for debate on its own). How would something like that be done? - Destablize matter; break it into millions of smaller pieces - Open a "wormhole" for long enough to transport the smaller pieces of matter (this wormhole must have a controlled entrance and exit) - Transport the pieces of matter through the wormhole - At the exit of the wormhole, or just before, reorganize the pieces of matter and out comes a given object. All within a couple of billionths of one second. Now my question is: How can this be done? How much energy would be required? The most obvious question is: Is this possible?