posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 06:38 PM
reply to post by CDN King
Yeah i only heard pf the whitehole thoery a couple days ago, it was actually on the The Universe series as well but a different episode. I am
surprised i havent come across it before as i have a strong interest in the subject.
It does make sense though, the mass / matter is going somewhere, what i wonder is how it comes out at the other end, does it rematerlaise? Unlikely
but still possible, perhaps it comes out as gas or ionised particles.
I've also thought about blackholes and that either have such a velocity due to gravtitional force that the matter may become super-luminal and travel
vast distance in a very short amount of time, it may just become like a wormhole and the same things happens, the matter travels a vast amount of
distance in a very short time. When i say vast, i mean very very vast - perhaps this is the reason we cant find white-holes or the other end of a
Or another option and one of my favourites is that anything going into a blackhole actually goes back in time. Using time dilation or reverse time
dilation for that option.
I have posed the question before, that if we have time dilation then reverse or negative time dilation must also be possible. I used lightspeed as the
benchmark and once lightspeed is acheived time stops... just look at photons they are basically ageless and at this point appear to go on forever
untill the light source is extinguished - although the original photons will still continue on.
So then what if we eventually find out that super-luminal speeds are possible for matter or particles, would time then begin to reverse for that
particle. I mean relative to that particle, if time reversed for an observer the particle would appear to begin to reverse or move backwards etc but
if only the particle begins to reverse in time, it continues on but the space around it starts to reverse in time.
I had this disussion the other day and someone asked me that and said that if that was the case and a black hole was making matter super luminal and
reverse in time then it would become a paradox of sorts because once the particle entered the black hole it would then reverse and move away from the
black hole. But like i said earlier if the particle continues on and only the space around it starts to move back in time then from our persepctive
the particles, photons, matter etc would just dissapear from sight.