posted on Dec, 29 2018 @ 10:59 AM
a reply to: rkingpin
We have looked for and not found any white holes.
The deal is that a black hole also creates massive time dilation. The in-falling matter and energy will literally take forever to reach the center of
Think of it like this: for someone looking in to a black hole and watching something fall in, the falling object appears to slow and then to stop when
it reaches the event horizon. This is because the acceleration due to gravity at that distance from the center of the singularities' mass, exactly
counterbalances C, the 'speed of light'. The light that might travel from from the object cannot escape. So, from the outside, we see the object
frozen in time.
From an object that is falling inwards, but looking out, they don't stop at the event horizon, but continue to accelerate towards the singularity.
What they do see, as they approach the event horizon, is the passage of time of the outside universe, going faster and faster. They quite literally
would see the entire history of the universe flash by.
Of course the tidal forces and raw acceleration would have killed them and converted them to energy by that point but such practicalities can be
ignored when explaining how time gets messed with by a black hole.
edit on 29/12/2018 by chr0naut because: (no reason given)