White hole facts for kids
It is the reverse of a black hole, which can be entered only from the outside and from which energy-matter, light and information cannot escape.
So basically, nothing can be sucked into a white hole and everything gets sucked into a black hole.
Unlike black holes, white holes cannot be continuously observed; rather, their effects can be detected only around the event itself.
The theory says that a black hole region in the future has a white hole region in its past.
Stephen Hawking proposed that these SBHs spawn a supermassive white hole/Big Bang. It's like Newton's third law of motion, it states that for every action in nature there is an equal and opposite reaction.
A 2012 paper argues that the Big Bang itself is a white hole.
In 2014, the idea of the Big Bang being produced by a supermassive white hole explosion was explored in the framework of a five dimensional vacuum.
The theories about white holes haven't been proven yet.
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