posted on Jan, 2 2010 @ 11:33 PM
There exists the idea among some of a “White Hole” being the opposite of a black hole, and this hypothesis is entertained more in science fiction
than in actual science journals. Some believe it is the "other side" of a black hole. It is theorized to spew matter and energy out. A flaw in this
theory, as many scientists have noted, is that the matter ejected from the white hole would accumulate in the vicinity of the exit hole, and then
collapse upon itself, forming a black hole. While I can accept the possibility of matter being ejected on the other side, I just don’t agree that
matter would accumulate.
Some yet unknown process of reverse gravity makes me suspect that the matter that enters a black hole gets ejected at such a smallness level that no
accumulation of matter accumulates on the other side. It would be ejected at such a small level that the stream of ejected matter would continue into
space as far as the level of energy carrying the matter takes it. It could be a stream 300000 light years in length, but whatever the distance it
would not become a log jam on the other side as if it were some drain pipe.
Either way this subject matter can be very temporal at times and until we know what science discovers, we are all just speculating. Thanks for the
posts. I enjoy discussions of this type and hope that others use the freedom to discuss subject matter that is proving allusive to scientist around