Forget Black Holes, White Holes Are Weirder And Spewing Matter From Another Universe

WHILE scientists are still struggling to explain exactly what a black hole is, they are now examining the possibility of a counter to the mysterious entities – white holes. What scientists do know about black holes is that they are a point in space where the gravity is so intense that not even light can escape – meaning that they are impossible to see, even with modern technology.

While nothing in regards to black holes is currently certain, experts believe that once information is inside a black hole, it is lost forever – even though this goes against the laws of physics. Another thing in regards to black hole where the laws of physics are thrown out of the window is at the event horizon of a black hole – the point at which nothing can escape from its pull in what is known as a singularity.

As is often the case with singularities in the universe – with the only other being the Big Bang where it is impossible to explain with current scientific methods – there is often a piece of the puzzle missing. Which is where white holes come into the equation. Some believe that theoretical white holes could simply be ancient black holes which have begun spewing out all of the matter and information that they sucked up over time, meaning that the information might not be gone for good.


Another interesting theory is that white holes could be the portal of black holes from other dimensions. White holes would be the stark opposites of black holes, with an unfathomable amount of matter and information pouring out of them – but this must come from somewhere. The multiverse theory states that our universe might not be the only one in existence, but rather that there are an infinite number of universes.


All universes would likely be the similar in their make-up meaning that they too would have black holes and white holes. White holes could have caused the Big Bang. If black holes are sucking absolutely anything that comes close into them in one universe, everything that is being taken in in one cosmos could be being poured out in another.


This could even go towards explaining the Big Bang.

If in another universe a supernova occurred, resulting in a black hole, a white hole may have been the birth of our universe, with the matter falling out of that universe to create ours. Nikodem Poplawski, a theoretical physicist from the University of New Haven, wrote for InsideScience.org: “What started the big bang? What caused inflation to end? What is the source of the mysterious dark energy that is apparently causing the universe to speed up its expansion?”

The Polish physicist describes black holes as a “kiln” of the universe. When this seed is at the bottom, and with the black hole twisting at almost the speed of light, the tiny seed becomes twisted and compressed, until it suddenly explodes, giving birth to everything that we know. 


He adds: “Torsion therefore provides a theoretical foundation for a scenario in which the interior of every black hole becomes a new universe.”

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  1. Have been thinking about that theoretical possibility more or less since the time I first learned about the existence of black holes... but where, in this universe, is there any proof of a white hole, aside from the big bang singularity itself?

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    1. Same here

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    2. From what I've read, it's in the math. The same math that in 1790s gave rise to the theory of black holes in the early 20th century.

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    3. http://hubblesite.org/reference_desk/faq/answer.php.id=63&cat=exotic

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  2. I have a similar theory on Jay’s parallel universe
    We will never see the end of the universe and neither would we know of a new beginning. Yet in the interim we see many happenings of creation, destruction and existing entities having a life span of unimaginable end that the universe is made of.

    Did the Universe start with a Big Bang? My answer is No.
    The total energy of the universe can only be constant if three realities are put in an orderly manner namely;

    • creation

    • preservation and

    • destruction

    When Σ Energy=constant @ Birth- creation@ Growth-preservation and expansion@ Destruction- decay, than that will only transfers energy within the three entity, where the constant energy defined in a close contour will also have a constant entropy.

    Then my postulate of the parallel universe is created to hold the concept that energy and entropy will be constant

    Σ Energy=constant with constant entropy and is a function of time. Jays parallel universe
    This universe or Jays parallel Universe is made up of

    • white hole or the universe of creation

    • the living universe or matter taking a time variant described change and

    • black hole or the universe of destruction.

    If this is true than the Big Bang never existed, Big Bag is an imagery concept based on the white hole or the universe of creation. The confusion has come across on the Big Bang theory as it fails in its concept by not considering other happenings. Independent of the big bang there is even more creation and destruction taking place within itself without interfering with the beginning, concluding that the entropy is in the increase. Yes only if one stage of the parallel universe is under investigation i.e. considering one mode only of the three, creation, preservation or destruction. The three aspects of creation preservation and destruction is taking place simultaneously as a function of time. Hence the three modes will remain parallel at all times to satisfy these occurrences. Therefore you cannot have one bang of all creation at time equal to zero. Than extend time infinitely with the expectation that in some undefined time ahead it will come to an end.
    Jays parallel universe are back to back with similar parallel Jays universe that has infinite connectivity. This will consists of infinite universes in parallel to each other, where the total energy is not constant with the entropy on the increase. This is when the collective parallel universes are defined in an infinite fabric of space with unstable matter and is not a function of time and referred to as Jays Cosmos. The Big Bang theory has failed to address this reality.
    See the details on my blog http://existencedownloaded.blogspot.co.za/


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