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Originally posted by H.P. Wormwood
Not really a hole in space, but a hole in a cloud.
A Massive hole, what could have punched a hole like that through the nebula?? A rogue planet? Blast of energy from a star? Though if something actually punched through one would think maybe there would be trails of gas and starstuff leaving the hole. hmmmmm
Originally posted by St Udio
i have not yet heard anyone say that this could be the 'White Hole'
that the energies & dense matter membrane which was once a Black Hole in our physical dimension
actually collapsed through the fabric of space into another dimension and resulted in that universes' Big Bang event...their beginning of time/space
i reckon White Holes are very rare indeed, depending if there are multi-verses beyond
or only the 10 theorized dimensions in the popular 'string-theory' model
by all logic, the White Hole should become no-more as the fabric of space & the energies of this universe close up the nothingness that is temporarily 'there',
it should 'close' at the same rate the expansion of our universe is proceeding , or as fast as probability allows
[edit on 13-5-2010 by St Udio]
A hole in space… no really, an actual hole!