John Bell showed that entanglement cannot be a local hidden variable theory in 1964. Leonard Susskind and Juan Malcadena have proposed that non-traversable wormholes, Einstein-Rosen bridges (ER) are the same thing as entanglement between Black holes and hence (EPR).
Isn't the Wormhole a hidden variable approach to explaining the entanglement? Or is its non-transversable nature the benefactor of its character as not a hidden variable.
Additionally, given that extending their conjecture one would be led to emergent space time out of entanglement, in regions where there is a lot of curvature (Gravity) and so a lot of entanglement, is what is important that there is a lot of entanglement going on ie: allowing for entangled pairs to de-entangle and entangle with other particles etc or is it a lot consistently monogamous entanglement? I imagine it is the former given the latter is intensely difficult to sustain in such regions of high curvature.