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RE: Whiteholetheory

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Posted by R2887 on September 27, 2000 00:46:48 UTC

Well, I may be a little rusty myself, but I think that a white hole is the opposite of a black hole, a white hole can also be called a particle fountain in which particles just come bursting out of a small point in space. As you know, this is the opposite of a black hole. The trouble is, we have not spotted a white hole yet, even though it is much easier to spot than a black hole, because it radiates light itself. We can only speculate where the white hole gets its energy and matter to fuel itself and whether or not it will eventually collapse like a bkack hole, and if it does, how?. I really don;t know much about white holes, if tyhere is anybody else her, please post here.

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