The hypothetical antithesis of a black hole, a white hole spews matter out. No antigravitational field has been discovered that actually produces this effect, however, so white holes remain purely speculative. One way wormholes could feasibly be generated is as a black hole that is attached to a white hole if they are found to exist.
Where has it been said that matter and anti-matter neutralize each other? When matter and anti-matter collide they do not neutralize, rather they annhilate each other.Mistic said:A present a white hole is only hypothetical, but since a white hole is the exact opposite of a black hole, then if they collided it is likely they would nutralize each other. Kinda like when matter and anti-matter come togather.
Oh, is it even hypothesized that black holes and white holes are even in the same universe?Yet Einstein himself vigorously denied their reality, believing, as did most of his contemporaries, that black holes were a mere mathematical curiosity.