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JesseM
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Sep3-10, 11:23 PM
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Quote Quote by ronnie2177 View Post
Here's a thought:
For a 'white hole' to display 'anti-gravity' properties to emit/disperse 'stuff', it has to have received 'stuff' from somewhere.
White holes wouldn't have anti-gravity, you'd fall towards them just like black holes, it's just that nothing could ever reach the horizon from the outside. White holes are just the time-reverse of black holes, so just as anything falling through the event horizon of a black hole must hit the singularity at the center, anything that comes out of the event horizon of a white hole must have been emitted by the white hole singularity.

Incidentally, it's better to start a new thread rather than revive one that no one's posted on for years!