I read this about a white hole and had some thoughts: "The short answer is that a white hole is something which probably cannot exist in the real universe. A white hole will turn up in your mathematics if you explore the space-time around a black hole without including the star which made the black hole (ie. there is absolutely no matter in the solution). Once you add any matter to the space-time, the part which included a white hole disappears." Here's thougts, before the big band, there was nothing. Since there is no mass, this gives rise to a white hole. The white hole, or anti-black hole, spits out matter producing the big bang. any thoughts?