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Posted by Hopeless Amateur :)/">Hopeless Amateur :) on October 5, 1998 20:14:32 UTC

Correct me if i am wrong, but a wormhole is a black hole that's connected to a white hole, right? Has anyone ever seen a white hole or suspect where one might exist, or are they theoretical objects? A proposed theory, is if we can ever find one, we can possibly fly through it and travel to another point in time or space with it, but is there any theoretical way to get back to your point of origin? Since a white hole is the complete opposite of a black hole, so nothing can enter it, is a wormhole a one way trip?

Thanks for your responses, i dont know a great deal about this subject, but it is very interesting, so i thought here would be a good place to learn more.

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