Delayed indefinitely. Engineering is have a difficult time with the Einstein-Rosen Bridge. Something about power issues.
C. Shawn Smith...
That should be solvable. All the engineers need to do is draw energy from another universe using a McKay-Miller space time bridge. The exotic particles that are created can be shunted into that other universe and, even though previous experiments hit inhabited universes, there is a fair chance that the universe we use will not be and, even if it is, we can just let it go as we would not be destroying "our" universe.
There "could" be a problem of bridging the bridges but by pulling in a little ~science~ from the Star Trek universe I am sure the incompatibilities between the bridges of the Eureka and Stargate universe bridges should be easily ironed out. Of course they "may" need a little help from the Babylon universe but that help should be minor as almost all natural laws are rendered invalid by the first three so the Babylon universe has very little to do to get rid of all the rest.
Who would have ever thought that simply creating a Roku 4 would result in all the laws of science being rendered invalid.
How's that for mixing my science fiction TV series references.