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There exist Whiteholes

by Dipan Pathak 10 months ago in space
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We are familiar with Blackholes but what are Whiteholes??

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The white hole is the exact opposite of the black hole because there is no horizon of the event, the white hole has no resistance to the atmosphere, no light emitted from the universe and the horizon itself acts as the first place the horizon of black holes can escape. The Schwarzschild metaphor (a map used to link Penrose's drawing, which does not include the previous white holes) works with permanent black holes, so no one can change the former, it can't carry dying stars, and it has nothing to do with the past. Keep in mind that the time axis and the y-axis of the space in the diagram show the size of the white hole and the previous event area around it, while the time-space around it leaves.

Previous research, including that of Andrew Hamilton, an astronomer at the University of Colorado in Boulder, suggested that the collapse of a rotating black hole could prevent a black hole and prevent the formation and passage of a white hole. General relation of proportions suggests that the black hole that falls during space will fall into a tunnel called a wormhole that will emerge from the white hole and send its contents over time to various parts of the space.

Theorists Hal Haggard and Carlo Rovelli of the University of Aix-Marseille in France have demonstrated the use of the idea that black holes can be transformed by quantum processes into white holes. They have shown that the force of loop quantum gravity is an affidavit that gives the meaning of gravity that predicts that space will continue to rotate in the center of the hole and that new regions will emerge in the future due to the internal geometry of the white hole.

From a point of view, the white hole looks like a black hole, but instead of pulling the issue, he pulls it out. Due to the distinct deformed geometry, the interior of the white holes is formed in the center of the black hole and joins the outer horizon, thus completing the formation of the white hole. The deceleration process continues until the horizon reaches Planck size at the beginning of 4-5 points of quantum transformation, the ratio of the gravitational force at which the quantum channels occur and the horizon shifts to the limit of the new white hole.

Ashtekar, Olmedo, and Singh predict loops on the concept of quantum gravitational force, which increases the general correlation over the space limit, that black holes can turn into white holes.

They predict that Einstein's theory of gravity often referred to as worms and black holes, serves as an entrance to the tunnel during space that ends in a white hole somewhere in the universe. Alon Retter and Shlomo Heller link the idea of ​​white holes with the Big Bang, the origin of the universal belief that they appear to be rapid, persistent, and long-lasting, without addressing the problem of white hole instability. The theory suggests that white holes are needed to solve the long-standing problem of black matter and nature and the universe and that the universe itself is a matter of cosmic (y) holes. The white holes trace their origins back to Albert Einstein's general notion of intimacy.

As light and matter are measured, it comes in separate bundles or packets and cannot be divided into space itself, but into separate compounds. If they did, the black holes would shrink before they reached their natural limit.

A microgram the size of a white hole resembles the size of a human hair, but it does not have the drama of gravity of a black hole and hides the inside of the cave containing all the information swallowed during its previous life, according to Haggard. The Schwarzchild geometry above means that there are embryos that connect the black hole with the white hole and two separate universities connected to the horizon, known as the Einstein-Rosen bridge. In physics, as we know it, it is impossible to get anywhere with a worm, but the number of irritants can be diverted and transferred to the atmosphere of the black holes before they are pressed into one.

The black hole is described by NASA as a space station with such a strong gravitational force that light cannot escape it and is a distorted black hole in certain regions (called Event Horizons). In the case of massive black holes or millions of weights, this is, among other things, the result of the fall of gravity of superstars from superstar clouds in the center of the first galaxies in the early days of the earth. The idea is the same when we think of the abundance of the earth as a point in the middle; it is an effective mathematical technique to perform quick and simple calculations, and it does not deter us from talking about black holes when talking about the universe in which they work.

When mathematicians Martin and David Kruskal expanded Schwarzchild's description of the black hole to the mid-1960s, their new image showed the smallness of the black hole, but they did not realize its significance at the time.


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