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RE: Whiteholetheory

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Posted by Elisabeth Lebrecht on September 27, 2000 00:49:50 UTC

Through electronic communication with prestigious college professors of astronomy/astrophysics I`ve been informed that quasars are directly related to the white hole theory. Quasars are compact neutron stars that exert unmeasurable( from earth)amounts of energy and light. The white hole theory has been noted to be incorrect because the quasars are not a point-source in the center of very distant( very, very old) galaxies. First, I have to explain that "normal" stars implode to become neutron stars, in which quasars are a type of neutron star, and thusly completes the life cycle of a star. When the star reaches the point of "super-fusion" it collapses, due to the inability for the imploding core to support the weight of the star it,begins to collapse. So, this neutron star undergoes a similar process as the black hole and rightly adopts a similar name. (BIG NOTE: THERE`S NO SUCH THING AS A BLACK HOLE BEING CONNECTED TO A WHITE HOLE THROUGH A WORMHOLE, BELIEVE ME I`VE CONTEMPLATED IT AND MANY HAVE SHOT THE IDEA DOWN!!!!!!)Also, refer to a Marcos Montes for more info on the subject; he`s a great source!

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