More physically it can be treated as a continuous fall of black hole matter into the white hole
generated universe with its generation rate given by
uk/science/2016/04/05/space-explained-what-are-black-holes-white-holes-and-worm-holes/) wormholes that connect a black hole to a white hole
somewhere else, a white hole
being a place where energy is pouring out into the universe.
Pablo had one other spot he wanted to check, a houseboat wreck positioned in what locals call a white hole
How is it that they have a massive big white hole
in which to pee yet most of it ends up splattered all over the toilet seat?
But the white hole
can serve as an analog because it shares an important feature with astrophysical black holes--an imaginary boundary that emits an unusual kind of radiation.
Unfortunately, direct sources of light in the darkest scenes still pose a problem (a nighttime bonfire, for example, is reduced to a flickering white hole
A white hole
is connected to a black hole by a wormhole and hypothetically is the time reversal of a black hole.
Okay, there's a bit of a white hole
on the home page where 'News' should be - but it is there, behind the scenes.
The matter disappearing down a hole may, under certain circumstances, be blown 'out the other end,' creating a white hole
in another twin universe.
To spend his life dedicated to that achingly beautiful art of getting a small, white ball in to a small, white hole
in the middle of nowhere.
The singularities that exist prior to the pinchin off of the wormhole are white hole
singularities, singularities that (like the big bang singularity) emit rather than absorb particles: they have the property K but not I.
Conversely, exiting via a white hole
you can see where you're going but not where you've been.