Building on this question: Settings formed by Uncontrolled Terraforming of Venus and Mars via Portals
My government, the Great Council of Duhurang1 has authorized the Minister of Astronomic Science2 to open a Canal of Heaven3 between the Bosom of Hope4 and the Absorbant Darkness5 and demand an accounting of the stability of the Canal.
Question: If I open a wormhole near the surface of one world to the surface of a world closer to the same sun, and given the conditions below, would there be problems I would need to deal with (e.g., unwanted kinetic energy, etc.) with using the wormhole?
Assume the wormhole can be opened such that both sides stay in place relative to the surface of their respective planets.
Assume the wormhole length will adjust to accomodate the changing distance between the two planets.
For the sake of argument, assue that when the two planets are on opposite sides of the sun, that doesn't collapse the wormhole. It probably would, but let's say it doesn't.
The best answer will be the one with the most well supported reasoning for any problems while making me laugh the hardest. This site is about fiction, after all, and to compensate for a request for facts, I'm going to invite comedy. If forced to choose between the most factual answer and the the funniest answer, I'll be forced to pick factual — but only because I'm more afraid of Karma than I am the poster of the funniest answer.
1 Fall to your knees and worship!
2 Menoarg... he's up for promotion and nobody likes him.
3 A wormhole... pompous bounders... and Menoarg's pelt smells like a T'hufah regurgitated on it.
4 Our homeworld, sheesh... They act like they shed pure sunlight... and I don't like Menoarg either.
5 That's the next planet closer to our sun. It's a bit warm, but habitable.