So it's fairly common knowledge that the first signs of life on Earth were in the Archean eon, when the crust started to cool and continents started to form. Life arose around 3.7ish billion years ago, either through abiogenesis or panspermia. From what I understand, these were micro-organisms that may have lived in deep sea hydrothermal vents.
Now, let's say it's around 3.5 billion years ago, and our little prokaryotes (hope I'm using the term correctly) are just chillin' around on a primordial earth. And then suddenly, a wormhole appears. Again, as far as I've researched, it's theoretically possible for naturally-occurring wormholes to appear and disappear at the Planck scale, as theorized by Leonard Susskind.
How, if we do a little bit of handwaving - could it be possible that a bigger wormhole appeared, and these early life-forms happened to travel through it to another Earth in a parallel dimension? Could they evolve independently on this alternate Earth, creating a wildly new and convergent evolutionary chain/biosphere etc?
I know this is VERY theoretical, but is it even within somewhat of a realm of possibility? Would it make more sense to jump forward a few million years so the life-forms have evolved a little bit, and have some form of rudimentary intelligence where they would go through the wormhole instead of being pulled into it?