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A white hole (not the conventional type)

  1. Oct 5, 2003 #1
    A white hole- not a place where energy spews out, but rather something just like a black hole but with some sort of antigravity- what would it do? What I mean is, would its effect on time (since black holes warp time so that being near them slows down your time relative to a far-away observer) be REVERSING or INVERSE? If I was near one, would I go backwards in time or would my time be sped up relative to a far-away observer? (Yes, I know that no evidence suggests such things existing, I was simply wondering about the theoretical effects one would have)

    Also, should this be in the General Relativity forum instead? Sorry if I've posted in the wrong place!
     
    Last edited: Oct 5, 2003
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