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What is a white hole?

Question asked by: knowitall

White holes are not known to exist for sure. They are purely hypothetical entities.

A white hole as postulated is the other end of a black hole - rather than sucking in huge amounts of matter, they eject matter at a great rate.

The extreme curvature of spacetime around the vicinity of a black hole would be inverted at a white hole.

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