If Einstein was in fact wrong about a few details in the Relativity **theory**, one might even guess that the whole argument for a wormhole to actually exist and possibly behave in a certain way (hypothesis, x & y) can only be based on accurate evidence or proper demonstration.
There IS such a proof already in the Universe - it's called a SuperNova event.
Nearly at the end of the process (we're talkin' nanoseconds here), the activity creates an indirect WormHole situation that even a ship going beyond LS wouldn't have time enough to enter, detect, analyse and survive the exiting 'push' backward IN time ---or--- space. And yet, the entire concept can be reverted to a BlackHoling situation, except that the consequences leads Forward OUT of time ---and--- space.
In either case, the stupendous amount of energy (focal & sustained to an extremely precise limit) necessary to produce such stuff *artificially* makes it very unlikely that the human conscience can grab any results within a lifetime.
Trust nature, it is the only source for both and none of it is rationally long enough to BE catched by our senses - that is IF we were to be near damn close or be able to step inside the phenomenon(s), while creating conditions giving immunity to implosion & vice-versa, and eventually, go fast enough to escape anything alive to tell about *it*.
But in a GC2 game, reality is a different story. Randomized or not.