Wormholes exist only in the wildest fantasy of theoretical physics.= 99% not!<quoted text>
First off 'warp speed' doesn't exist since nothing known can travel faster than light. Second, wormholes only occur on a quantum level and they are extremely unstable. Furthermore, they end in unknown destinations so it is fairly implausible that we would be able to choose our destination, also the wormhole would have to be thousands of light-years across to safely transport an object the size of a human. Do you know how much energy it would require to hold open such a wormhole? There is no way we could invent such technology before the earth is a wasteland, so we basically take action on improving the environment now or the future looks bleak.
And nothing known can travel faster than light is in conflict with the theories appertaining to the first seconds of the 'Big bang theory, and the theory of instant energy transfer.