August 23, 2014
Are White Holes Real?
Maggie McKee, PBS NOVA
A white whole is, roughly speaking, the opposite of a black hole. “A black hole is a place where you can go in but you can never escape; a white hole is a place where you can leave but you can never go back,” says Caltech physicist Sean Carroll. “Otherwise, [both share] exactly the same mathematics, exactly the same geometry.”
Tags: White Holes, Black Holes, Wormhole