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Re: White Holes

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Posted by Zephram Cochrane/">Zephram Cochrane on February 25, 2000 19:32:35 UTC

: This theory requires a white hole, if I have understood it right. Have any white holes been observed?

ZC: Nothing we have observed has been identified as a white hole.

:They should be relative easy to see if they send out all the energy absorbed by the corresponding black hole. And if none have been observed, what could this mean?

ZC: One thing it could mean is that we just haven't seen them. Another thing it could mean is that we just haven't identified them. Another thing it could mean it that the probe can't escape the hole and there are none.

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