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Re: White Holes

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Posted by M1 on April 30, 1998 19:04:11 UTC

: Since a black hole is formed by the collapse of a star, how how would a white hole be formed (if white holes even exist)?

When a star collapses, it becomes extremely dense to form a black whole. the whole is in space time. now when something goes through the whole, it comes out the "bottom". this light and matter shooting out of the bottom of the space time whole comes out of a white whole which is the bottom again.

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