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What is a White Hole?

A white hole is a black hole in reverse, which means unlike black-holes that suck everything into a single point(the singularity), a white-hole throws out things from its singularity.


Can we enter White Holes?

No one can enter a white hole because it is expelling things out all the time, forcing them out.


Do white holes exist in reality?

White holes exist in theory because, in reality, a white-hole will violate the second law of thermodynamics.


What is the second law of thermodynamics?

The second law states that the entropy of an isolated system will either remains the same or it increases, but it can never decrease.


What is Entropy?

Entropy is the degree of disorder, but it's more like a measure of how many different states the particles in a system can be in at any given moment. For example, let's take a hot cake and say that it has some value of entropy.

Let's cut the cake into slices. By doing so, you have added more surface area to the cake, so the entropy increases, and as time passes, the object will eventually cool down, but let's keep the temperature of the cake constant.

Now try to attach the pieces of the cake back to make it the original one. You can't. You can bring the slices together but can't combine them to form the original.


Why White-Holes does not exist?

Now black holes are great in increasing entropy. They suck in planets, shreds them into pieces, and throws out a whiff of radiation.

On the other hand, white holes will be doing the reverse, which is not permitted. So white-holes are practically not possible.


The Instability of White-Holes

Suppose that a white hole is formed. It will be highly unstable since its existence is a threat to the laws of physics, and will explode with a tremendous amount of energy.


The End Notes

There is no current proof of the existence of white holes. Hence, white-holes are theoretical. Yet, the assumption of white-holes may be black holes as well. They may be quantum black holes throughout the fabric of space where particles pop into 4D space and disappear again. That's all in this article. I hope you liked it. Please share this with your friends. And be sure to share your views in the comment section. Have a good one. 

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