I have been watching episodes of The Librarians on the Syfy channel. I really do not know what to think of it and in some ways reminds me of Waehouse 13, although i did enjoy the Boston episode with the labyrinth and the Minotaur.

I also like the idea of a representative door to anywhere from the library to anywhere else, and hence an Einstein Rosen bridge , or in more familiar terms, a wormhole,that allows instantaneous travel between points.

As yet researchers have no observational evidence for wormholes, but the equations of the theory of general relativity have valid solutions that contain wormholes. Because of its robust theoretical strength, a wormhole is one of the great physics metaphors for teaching general relativity (see formula below). The first type of wormhole solution discovered was the Schwarzschild wormhole, which would be present in the Schwarzschild metric describing an eternal black hole, but it was found that it would collapse too quickly for anything to cross from one end to the other. Wormholes that could be crossed in both directions, known as traversable wormholes, would only be possible if exotic matter with negative energy density could be used to stabilize them.

An affect called the Casimir effect shows that quantum field theory allows the energy density in certain regions of space to be negative relative to the ordinary vacuum energy, and it has been shown theoretically that quantum field theory allows states where energy can be arbitrarily negative at a given point.

It has been hypothesized that such effects might make it possible to stabilize a traversable wormhole. Physicists have not found any natural process that would be predicted to form a wormhole naturally in the context of general relativity, although the quantum foam hypothesis is sometimes used to suggest that tiny wormholes might appear and disappear spontaneously at the Planck scale, and stable versions of such wormholes have been suggested as dark matter candidates. It has also been proposed that, if a tiny wormhole held open by a negative-mass cosmic string had appeared around the time of the Big Bang, it could have been inflated to macroscopic size by cosmic inflation.

The American theoretical physicist John Archibald Wheeler coined the term wormhole in 1957; the German mathematician Hermann Weyl, however, had proposed the wormhole theory in 1921, in connection with mass analysis of electromagnetic field energy.

I digress, going back to this fantasy series,it is too wayward as yet for me to like it. In general , i find it silly, and despite the fact that Warehouse 13 had silly moments, it had darker tones. For the time being i shall sit on the fence before committing to the series one way or another.

I see that there is another Spielberg related series coming to the small screen called Extant, which with Halle Berry in it, looks promising.