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  • Francis Abellana
    Francis Abellana 2 months ago +5985

    Props to the camera man for going into space and filming the blackhole

    • xDiss
      xDiss 3 days ago

      Whitehole aswell

    • TrippTheKidd
      TrippTheKidd 24 days ago

      haha ur so funny. its a simulation libtard

    • TrailerTrashMade
      TrailerTrashMade Month ago

      Funny. Original

    • Saturn
      Saturn Month ago +1

      This joke is not even funny anymore its just irritating 😐

    • Numbers
      Numbers Month ago

      stolen

  • Mahmoud A. Khalifa
    Mahmoud A. Khalifa 2 months ago +916

    action lab is so powerful he can turn a black hole into a white hole in mere milliseconds with no sign of being tired, truly magnificent

    • ROGUEX_X
      ROGUEX_X 26 days ago +2

      he would SOLO goku fr

    • • moon shrine •
      • moon shrine • Month ago

      Its called “animating”

    • _UnkowN
      _UnkowN Month ago +1

      His powers are beyond your understanding 💀

    • Animator Harman
      Animator Harman 2 months ago +2

      Only legends can understand this

    • ernie5229
      ernie5229 2 months ago +4

      @かぐら Alibaba. It sucks, tho, cus you have to buy 10 at a time.

  • Your Future Overlord
    Your Future Overlord 2 months ago +732

    "What do you think?"
    Me, eating a sandwich at 1 am: "Haha, funny space orb."

  • PERTEK
    PERTEK 2 months ago +57

    “What do you think?”
    I think we should put a white hole inside a black hole and see if the universe breaks

    • Ceez B
      Ceez B 4 days ago

      You would need more energy than 10 billion suns to accomplish this… that is galactic proportions as in % of total galactic energy. Our species is surely to end before that’s possible. If extraterrestrial advanced civilizations exist, surely they too would be extinct before having the capacity to harness galactic levels of energy (type 3 of Kardashev Scale).
      If somehow that type 3 civilization existed, what may happen, assuming a white hole is expelling matter, you create a hyper space highway, instead of breaking space.

    • Spectator mode
      Spectator mode 12 days ago

      ​@Andethidial bubabibub Then we would put white hole inside black hole

    • NairMcgee
      NairMcgee 25 days ago +3

      @PERTEK Bro it would crash the game

    • PERTEK
      PERTEK Month ago +4

      @Andethidial bubabibub oh yeah I paid attention, I just wanted to make a dumb joke
      For pedantics’ sake, I was suggesting putting a white hole inside of a black hole, not a black hole inside of a white hole.
      But white holes are (currently) purely theoretical anyways, who knows what would actually happen or if that would even be possible. For all we know that could end up deleting the universe or something

    • Andethidial bubabibub
      Andethidial bubabibub Month ago +3

      If you pay attention you may notice that you can't put anything into a white hole.. That's kind of the thing with it..

  • Ceez B
    Ceez B 4 days ago

    Einstein was right about black holes… if that same math predicts white holes, I think they likely exist but are difficult to detect. We may not even have the tech to detect them as we only recently captured images of black holes that do in fact have accretion disks.

  • Emrald
    Emrald 2 months ago +1341

    As a person whos been inside both white and black holes, I can confirm that this video is 100% accurate

    • Psychedelic Psycho
      Psychedelic Psycho 13 days ago

      I can confirm this as well 😂

    • jesse dampare
      jesse dampare 14 days ago

      This thread is crazy 😂

    • li m
      li m Month ago

      @Kelvin Liu-Huang to get into this boy’s hole

    • “Original” Gamer
      “Original” Gamer Month ago +2

      At first I thought that you were being sarcastic in being in a black hole and a white hole but now that I read the replies…
      What is wrong with ya’ll?

    • Aldo Leonardo
      Aldo Leonardo 2 months ago

      Suspicious comment detected 😳😳

  • Francesco Armillotta
    Francesco Armillotta 5 hours ago

    I think that simulating a warmhole on a a quantum pc is like saying that I do parachuting on the nintendo wii

  • Dale Hatton
    Dale Hatton 4 days ago

    I think there is only one white hole, at the beginning of time, everything that falls into a black hole travels back to the beginning of time and comes out the white hole.

  • Wesley Bah
    Wesley Bah 2 months ago +32

    fits nicely with “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction”

  • Jason Charters
    Jason Charters Day ago

    Dark energy seems more explainable now

  • Cosmic Treason
    Cosmic Treason 2 months ago +5

    “It is actually possible to look inside a white hole.”
    Life imitates art.

  • Michael Geisdorf
    Michael Geisdorf 2 months ago

    I’ve recently been leaning towards the plasmoid theory rather than it being a black hole at the center of galaxies. The effects are essentially the same but the cause has a ‘shockingly’ simple and beautiful profound reasoning that scales up and down throughout nature according to physicist Wal Thornhill and Don Scott. It just makes far more sense to me.

  • ADvorak
    ADvorak 2 months ago

    I think “predicts” and “allows for” are 2 very different things.
    “Allows for” helps us to look at the right places and see when data patterns align with (or not align with) “white holes”.
    Actually, “white hole” is probably a bad name, because they do not emit light. Black hole makes sense because they gobble up even light itself. (OK, they can emit Hawking radiation, but that is from their horizon.)
    Just going by the name, I’d call a quasar a “white hole” since they basically are a (incredibly humongous large) black hole, where the accretion disk produces incredible amounts of light as it is mangled and finally consumed by the black hole.
    Now, if we would find traces that are congruent with the “white hole” theory and not explained equally well with other known mechanisms …

  • Dom Dom
    Dom Dom 2 months ago +183

    A white hole has a “get away from me” typa mood. Now u get it :)

    • YTGamerAJ
      YTGamerAJ Month ago +1

      @Starblazer ☠️💀

    • Starblazer
      Starblazer Month ago +5

      The blackhole tho 💀

    • G Tjj
      G Tjj 2 months ago

      White holes give out and create, black holes suck in everything and all light.

  • John-Eric Clements
    John-Eric Clements 2 months ago

    I think that there's an interesting kind of symmetry to the idea of white and black holes that feels like a cosmic version of the water cycle or something for matter and energy, but honestly I think it's going to be really hard to get some of these answers until we can traverse space.

  • Mister Scoot
    Mister Scoot 2 months ago

    I like to entertain the idea that they (can) exist, but I remember seeing somewhere that such phenomena would be extremely unstable and last for a few moments at best. Even then, they would appear no different to us than any other black hole. So if a white does exist, we'd really has no idea, at least currently, to tell if the black hole we're looking at is really a while hole.
    I gotta find that video, it's really good.

  • WT-ACO
    WT-ACO 2 months ago

    I'm no expert in space but I've been wondering if all those dark patches (dark matter) in space is actually caused by white holes.

  • Allen Wands Jr.
    Allen Wands Jr. 2 months ago

    Amazing concept and its existence seems feasible to me.

  • Drexx Drazzer
    Drexx Drazzer 2 months ago +2914

    Who else heard "Einstein's failed equation"

    • The Aston Villa Seal
      The Aston Villa Seal 2 months ago

      @332nik 💀💀💀💀

    • The Aston Villa Seal
      The Aston Villa Seal 2 months ago

      @Larik 💀

    • The Aston Villa Seal
      The Aston Villa Seal 2 months ago

      Fr

    • AgileMuffin
      AgileMuffin 2 months ago

      @Larik but black holes are proven to be real

    • St George
      St George 2 months ago

      Einstein isn't the be all and end all and the Jesus of science that knows and understands everything .
      Theirs stuff that happens witch can't be explained and goes beyond current human mental intellectual comprehension

  • Ed Hill sr
    Ed Hill sr 2 months ago

    I think (or believe) that anything is possible. When I see the “White Hole” and the energy shoots out instead of being sucked in like a “Black Hole” does, I see something that could be used as an “Engine” if being down sized and able to control it.

  • Faraz Adil
    Faraz Adil Month ago +3

    Imagining a universe where white holes are everywhere and black holes are rare.

  • MyOneBlack Friend
    MyOneBlack Friend 2 months ago

    Thank you. The existence of a-holes was also predicted by Einstein. They have been proven to exist since then.

  • DanoMano1987
    DanoMano1987 2 months ago

    Well, this theory makes sense, and it develops a capacity to balance matter and energy numerical quantity retention, so there is no matter created or destoryed across time and space.
    It works for me.

  • gadson92
    gadson92 2 months ago +2592

    I see why my classmates and teacher laughed at me in highschool when i asked this question

    • Ron Messer
      Ron Messer 2 months ago

      To assume this tiny grain of sand and water holds the only life forms among billions of other planets is very ignorant.

    • Ayodeji Esan
      Ayodeji Esan 2 months ago

      Ignore them
      Einstein said"Great minds have always encountered strong opposition from mediocre minds"
      Sorry if I insulted anyone u're close to🤭

    • Just your friendly neighborhood ender dragon
      Just your friendly neighborhood ender dragon 2 months ago

      @Mihail Milev Idk, I read a lot of books about space and knew that there's a high chance of aliens existing somewhere out there but I didn't get a chance to reason

    • Grant
      Grant 2 months ago

      @Mihail Milev Fair enough

    • Mihail Milev
      Mihail Milev 2 months ago

      @FlyingDoggo316 good on u for being interested in science. So what do u do now?

  • Shouta Aizawa
    Shouta Aizawa Month ago

    I think it's possible--- but as someone asked me when I mentioned it, "how does one prove this with gravity?"

  • Andrew
    Andrew 14 days ago

    I think I can examplify this on an incredibly wild scale with the unwanted help of the conscious beings utilizing my emf and motor engines to otherwise vibrate things into my living space because my family and I won't sell our house. They've even used such tech to abuse animals I've had, murder our family friend via heart attack, tried to murder my grandma via heart attack, and so on. You know, just venting around what you could say is a disaster for themselves. I would say this is equivalent to living in the upside-down version of earth where gravity isn't set quite right. I have lights using force to keep minerals and whatever else in my body running as it should. Like literally using the force of a continuously flashing light, to maintain normal blood flow. Meanwhile vibrations and frequencies keep finding me in my room and continuously terrorizing me. I'm not just complaining anymore, I'm literally telling every truth to every single soul I meet and plan to involve military and local colleges. I've heard of somebody at facebook committing suicide by jumping off somewhere in Menlo Park, but I realize that there are two possibilities, one being they tested consciousness stuff, and the other being that the person in question was given a handmade consciousness with the intent to make somebody kill themselves, typically after blacking or artificially put to sleep say with light or something alike. I can tell you all sorts of things but those are relevant to me and my living situation at this time. You've provided a lot of useful information that's made me realize some things or another, thank you for helping me wake up, it was still afternoon lol. I typically sleep drive from time to time but now i know what that means lol... yo so car accidents aren't accidents if police are around, because they're crooks, the fucking lot of them can't be trusted, never trust them, don't pull over for them until you're in a safe area at home or next to military offices, maybe a ham radio tower, because that's not actually them and you may need assistance.
    Blue, but red is best, 2, B, A is acceptable.

  • Donald Sherwood
    Donald Sherwood 2 months ago

    For a White Hole to exist in the first place, it requires mass values to be negative. The introduction of Negative Mass however opens up a whole slew of problems, most important of which being the possibility of exponentially increasing energy generation loops which violates nearly the entirety of basic physics and thermodynamics.

  • Deldarel
    Deldarel 2 months ago

    Even though you can see it, you can't see through it. No light can ever come come close enough.
    Also how do you have the same gravitational lensing? Light bends away from it, not towards it. The focal point of a white hole lies in between the hole and the object.
    But here's an idea: it's not a naked singularity because it constantly has a wall around it of degenerate matter because the matter can't keep up being shot out. This wall of degenerate matter could be considered the event horizon. Within it is superdegenerate matter where through the Pauli exclusion principle matter starts stacking in time rather than in space, which it can thanks to the flip between space and time.
    -hits blunt- aw man that's strong. wait, where am I?

  • Exlor valor
    Exlor valor 2 months ago

    From my understanding a black hole is super compressed mass generating a powerful gravitational field. The gravitational field constantly pulls in more mass which increases the black holes size and gravitational pull. The mass doesn't go anywhere, it's what makes up the black hole. I can't see a white hole having a connection to a black hole unless there's some unknown property of space that allows for their connection. My best guess (which is nothing but baseless speculation) would be that space itself can't withstand the high concentration of energy in one area so it pushes it to another. Pretty much a worm hole ripped open by the insane energy. It's like how kinetic energy is dispersed over time versus all at once. If you pushed on a twig it'll flex but if you punch it it'll snap. Space couldn't hold all that energy in a single place anymore and split sending the energy from a high concentration to a low concentration area. This idea has no supporting science and is most likely wrong. It's just a cool idea.

  • Don Moffett
    Don Moffett 2 months ago

    Seems pretty straightforward. Engineer a method by which to survive entry through a black hole with the expectation it’ll shoot you out a white hole…also, figuring out which holes are connected should be factored in. I’m sure it’ll wash

  • ɪɢɴᴇᴏ
    ɪɢɴᴇᴏ 2 months ago

    Wait, since it pushes things that get close away, Could it be used to achieve huge acceleration?

  • ragnorock cookie
    ragnorock cookie 2 months ago

    In the universe there's always The duality so I believe they exist but the chances of one actually coming into existence is quite extremely mathematically rare

  • Barney Boyle
    Barney Boyle 2 months ago +391

    “What do you think?”
    Me, eating a hot pocket on the toilet: sounds good, man 👍

  • Tpd1864blake
    Tpd1864blake 2 months ago

    I don’t think light passes through it, I’m pretty sure that’s just light being reflected back at you because the white hole repels it so hard

  • Treasure Hunts
    Treasure Hunts 2 months ago

    I guess my only question would be can you actually see one in a telescope if they theoretically existed we existed?

  • kartik aggarwal
    kartik aggarwal Day ago

    Space is expanding right?.i think thw white holes are expanding it and we can't see it cause its invisible cause there is no dark center like Black hole

  • Quijybo Janklebits
    Quijybo Janklebits 2 months ago

    Makes sense being only a singularity could create such effects and since a singularity requires a massive amount of gravitational influence it becomes difficult to believe in a version that is visible due to gravitational influence.
    The way it could work is if black holes and white holes are one and the same, it would require a period of time where black wholes absorb their fill and the hawking radiation would be the white hole effect. It's most likely that hawking radiation is the output of the dual black-white hole.
    Due to the absolute inversion of space/ time in black hole it's possible for particles to move foward in time faster than here on a relative scale and for it to be possible, due to the space time crunch, for entangled particle to act more abstract than they do under normal conditions, hence it could be possible for particles to move through time and space(taking the uncertainty principal in mind) through a black hole and be expelled in the future though controlling the destructive conditions of a black hole is nearly impossible unless magnetic effects can mitigate the inertial affect a black hole can produce... the condrum of how it can work is quite perplexing for me being I'm not a physicist, nor do I have a degree in mathematics. I understand it to an extent but logically it's a difficult subject due to the many variables and the 'strangeness' of how quantum reality functions.
    Edit; this means black holes can send you into the future and possibly other parts of space/time but it would mean 'riding' a black hole and using its extreme time dialation while stopping the outflow of the hawking radiation and use it in a sail of sorts to exit. It would take one millions of years into the future and if one got our barely any time would pass for them.
    To ride a black hole the craft would need to have a way of mitigating gravitational influence, maybe using exotic matter that is theorized, or maybe dark matter to push out the gravitational force of the black hole, ie antigravity

  • WolfOfMen
    WolfOfMen 2 months ago

    Honestly in death he's been getting things right, with the information the scientist find trying to see if he's wrong lol

  • That derp kid
    That derp kid 2 months ago +35

    What do you think?
    I think I need to repaint my house the colors just don’t pop as much as they used to.

  • Maltheal Darr
    Maltheal Darr 2 months ago

    I believe they exist somewhere in the universe. With the understanding that the universe in all it's complexities still keeps one constant of balance. With this thought if you have Black Holes you should also have White Holes.

  • Arnav Raj
    Arnav Raj 2 months ago

    Just some information, if you want. In case of a black hole, once you reach the event horizon the singularity of the black hole is no more a point in space but an event in the future, something which cannot be prevented. Similarly in case of white hole, the singularity is an event in the past, and thus you cannot reach it.

  • Laser lettuce
    Laser lettuce 2 months ago +797

    “What do you think??”
    - me squinting at my phone in bed: “who me?”

    • Raven King
      Raven King 2 months ago +3

      Come on man

    • Rafael Magana
      Rafael Magana 2 months ago +5

      Well cmon then, out with it boy!

    • YRO
      YRO 2 months ago +8

      Save us, ad rock

    • Sprint
      Sprint 2 months ago

      For a second, i read your comment as
      “-me squirting at my phone”

    • HarmonicaFish
      HarmonicaFish 2 months ago +7

      Same

  • Nicholas Nelson
    Nicholas Nelson 2 months ago

    If white holes were to exist wouldn't they but incredibly short lived? I think I remember hearing about astronomers thinking that they could be observed as a short yet very strong emission of gamma rays.

  • Alacernovum
    Alacernovum 2 months ago

    Since you asked; so if a white hole is spacetime pushing out, could this be a/the source of dark energy?

  • Cody Opperman
    Cody Opperman 2 months ago

    Perhaps that was something to do with the big bang? Or maybe spontaneously created white holes are responsible for the continued expansion of the universe?

  • Andy Abajo
    Andy Abajo 2 months ago

    The thing about Einstein's equation is that they keep on proving themselves as time went by. At this point I would believed Einstein is from the the future.

  • 4Dimension
    4Dimension 2 months ago +48

    Physics is very interesting and I don't get why some people can't see it. I appreciate your content, simplifying complex physics into short videos for us!

    • Frosch
      Frosch 2 months ago

      His short are often siply wrong or broken down so mush that thing come over different than they actually are

    • Frosch
      Frosch 2 months ago +1

      Problem is that he is wrong you can enter the event horizon you just fall forever and never reach the singularity and space time is not pushing out ways it still has mass so gravity applys that could be why its only theoretical because the difference is not confirmeble until you reash the singularity of a black hole

    • Martin
      Martin  2 months ago +7

      Its easy for you to say if you live and breathe a certain topic. Its normal that some people won't get certain things. I could also say some off-hand knowledge about my hobbies and interests that I'm sure you wouldn't know. Tl;dr 😂 I'm confused why you're confused.

  • Voice of Kyle
    Voice of Kyle 2 months ago +1

    I think their negative mass cause them to fall to the voids where they then warp spacetime up(negative gravity) and out of themselves, which causes dark matter and dark energy

  • David Mayes
    David Mayes 2 months ago

    I've never heard of a white hole being observed, so I don't particularly put stock in it. That being said, us silly humans just recently took the first picture of the black hole in the center of our galaxy, so I won't pretend I can say white holes absolutely don't exist just because we haven't seen them so far. The only books in which I've heard them mentioned/given credence to were written decades in the past, which is an astronomical amount of time in the astronomy world :)

  • Werder fan
    Werder fan 2 months ago

    So would if feel like a massive ever increasing equally polarized magnet, pushing you away if you tried to get closer?

  • Smart Broccoli
    Smart Broccoli 2 months ago +1

    You never fail to entertain me thanks

  • Playing WEiRDO
    Playing WEiRDO 2 months ago +681

    "what do u think?"
    Me(who failed physics paper in 7th grade): Hmm lemme think 🤔

    • fickle_choot
      fickle_choot 2 months ago +1

      @walter okay walter.

    • John Doe
      John Doe 2 months ago

      @FynexJeralt41 Most people can’t make it in physics and that’s ok.

    • Snickers
      Snickers 2 months ago +1

      @YUVRAJ SHARMA if you don't have interest in it at the time then there is no point to learn it.

    • ernie5229
      ernie5229 2 months ago

      @fickle_choot Don't forget systemic racism and transphobia!

    • Error101 (still hasn't found a passable name)
      Error101 (still hasn't found a passable name) 2 months ago +1

      @walter there's a reason why being forced to learn something doesn't work most of the time

  • Sam Blang
    Sam Blang 2 months ago

    If our universe is for ever expanding, could a white hole be in the middle pushing everything outward?

  • Simon Coppack
    Simon Coppack 2 months ago

    How can you see inside a white hole if no light can enter it? Does it create matter and/or photons or does it just prohibit them from getting too close?

  • gabes crazy
    gabes crazy 2 months ago

    Well, black holes themselves seem to not be experiencing time the same way we do, for all we know, long after the universe dies those black holes will reverse polarity and expel everything outwards, which might also make time somewhat circular too

  • faL
    faL 2 months ago

    if everything escapes it then shouldnt light also escape it and we shouldnt be able to see it but rather see lots of things propelling out of it?

  • Giovanni I
    Giovanni I 2 months ago +1505

    "The White Hole is actually a naked singularity"

    • Cosmic Treason
      Cosmic Treason 2 months ago

      @deez oh oh ooh ohoh oh Oreo oh oh ooh ohoh
      The white stuff

    • deez
      deez 2 months ago

      @Cosmic Treason where the white stuff

    • • Spoki • MrBomb •
      • Spoki • MrBomb • 2 months ago

      @Dr. Pepper brueh

    • Cosmic Treason
      Cosmic Treason 2 months ago +1

      “It is actually possible to look inside a white hole.”
      Life imitates art.

    • Ivory AS
      Ivory AS 2 months ago

      @Cath
      Yes?

  • Melechtna Antelecht
    Melechtna Antelecht 2 months ago

    Here's the thing, with how dark matter is described, the big bang, and the fact it always pushes out. Kind of seems like a white hole is exactly what our universe is.

  • Mr. Dankman
    Mr. Dankman 2 months ago

    I think they exist, but because it's "time reversed" there hasn't been enough time in history for that event to happen. White holes will appear much farther into the future. When a white hole appears, it will behave just like what we think the big bang is. A singularity popping into existence and spewing forth everything it ate as a black hole. It creates a new universe.

  • GroovingPict
    GroovingPict 2 months ago

    Just because they *can* exist within a framework (such as Einstein's equations) doesnt mean they *have* to exist

  • Alex Whittington
    Alex Whittington 2 months ago

    Maybe white holes are dark matter, that would explain why it's so difficult to detect, and the lack of of lensing from dark matter is because they're akin to micro black holes.
    I have no idea if this is plausible, I'm interested in astrophysics but totally a novice

  • Sedzani Thilivhali
    Sedzani Thilivhali 2 months ago +590

    "What do you think?"
    Me, having no clue what he just said: "yes"

    • Smile Despite
      Smile Despite 2 months ago +6

      Pets kitty
      Ah yes the disk thingy is gone

    • Scarlet Bard
      Scarlet Bard 2 months ago +18

      "I like your funny words, magic man."

  • MuscleChicken
    MuscleChicken 2 months ago

    if they did exist it would sure be hard to spot them. The gravitational lenses between us and far away galaxies could just be white holes in out galaxies that we cant see

  • Crow Akechi The Mc Miyubi

    I actually learned about the theory of it and thought "what if they were somehow forced into collision, what would happen?

  • Bobby K
    Bobby K 2 months ago

    Now this explains what I have thinking for such a long time, that space is filled with bodies we cannot observe.

  • Edmund Worrell
    Edmund Worrell 2 months ago

    If the sum total of matter and energy in the universe we inhabit is constant, matter that falls into a black hole must show up somewhere else in THIS universe.
    A white hole that spits matter outward fits the requirement nicely.

  • Dalton
    Dalton Month ago

    Could white holes be responsible for the unexplained expansion of the universe?

  • Ben Maghsoodi
    Ben Maghsoodi 2 months ago +2

    Einstein was really deep into holes of all colors

  • Diego G
    Diego G 2 months ago +1

    I don't think it is accurate to say that general relativity predicts the existence of white holes. It is just that when you completely map out all the space-time diagram of an impossible eternal black hole you end up with a section in the past of the black hole that scientists calls white hole. But it is a region of space impossible to access by its very construction. You would need to be both traveling back in time and into the black hole pass the horizon, which is of course impossible in more than one way.
    So white holes shouldn't be taken as a theoretical physical object that could exist in the universe, more like a theoretical description of an hypothetical unaccessible region of space-time.

  • Daniel Gross
    Daniel Gross 2 months ago

    So does that also mean that getting closer to a white hole speeds up time instead of slowing it down like a black hole?

  • Samimations
    Samimations 2 months ago +28

    Honestly all this stuff is so interesting it's weird to think about the possibilities of the universe

    • Sven Kortjohn
      Sven Kortjohn 2 months ago

      I would go as far as to call it a probability

  • Ryan Larose
    Ryan Larose 2 months ago

    I think white holes can be adjusted to explain dark matter or whatever else is expanding the universe. If they can be small and there be a ton of them it could explain the expansion of the universe.
    And building off this, if we look at black and white holes as wormholes with black holes being an in point and white holes being an out point it could help for a reason why it might actually be impossible to travel by wormhole. Information transfer might be possible though.

  • STAR BOY
    STAR BOY 2 months ago

    You're my teacher 🔥
    Respect +100 ❤️

  • Din Din
    Din Din 2 months ago

    I believe that white holes can exist,
    There have been scientific laws that have been not totally understood when written, or out incorrect. The laws of thermodynamics are no different, although I believe they are true, that doesn't mean that they don't have special restrictions and exceptions we haven't found, we just have to keep observing and testing hypotheses.

  • Robert
    Robert 2 months ago

    Didn't they discover small amounts of Hawkins radiation being dispersed through space which they think could be from the remnants of black holes from eons past... So could those be signs of white holes?? Idk who exactly discovered these recent findings but it sounds like the data is relevant to this video.

  • sDelta
    sDelta 2 months ago

    I have a brown hole which I tested thoroughly and it seems that matter can both enter AND exit the event horizon.

  • Daniel Lindner
    Daniel Lindner 2 months ago

    In this case : would space time then be accelerated around the event horizon bc of all the matter coming out ?

  • SilentViper
    SilentViper 2 months ago +31

    I've seen a few white holes in my time and they look nothing like that 😏

  • Ping Ping
    Ping Ping 2 months ago +2

    There is always something opposite of something exist in our universe. So, there is gotta be White Hole for sure

  • Giovanni I
    Giovanni I 2 months ago +66

    Lmao my mind wasn't made to take this serious without laughing😂😂

    • Giovanni I
      Giovanni I 2 months ago +2

      @austin c damn thats crazy😲

    • Abdellah Moukrim
      Abdellah Moukrim 2 months ago +2

      It’s hilarious 😂

    • John Doe
      John Doe 2 months ago +9

      @austin c I like white holes more than black holes. Much more cleaner

    • Jacob From All State
      Jacob From All State 2 months ago +5

      *makes fart noises in the tub*
      Hahaha, durrrr

    • austin c
      austin c 2 months ago +7

      it’s not funny dude

  • sanchezzz
    sanchezzz 2 months ago

    to the simple minded like myself it would look like matter appearing out of nowhere. so, in the most crude sense a black hole can be the entrance and a white hole the exit.

  • Phalamy
    Phalamy 2 months ago

    I mean they probably do. Following the logic that Information can never be erased, the existance of a black hole would by that sort of enforce the existance of a white hole.
    Also look up "GRB 060614". It a super powered gamma ray burst theorised to have come from an actual white hole.

  • The traveling monke

    Damn action lab has gotten so powerful that he’s casually manipulating cosmic objects

  • Jeff206
    Jeff206 2 months ago +1

    In the future, half of Einstein’s theories will be as highly regarded as the theories we look down on now, such as the flat earth and geocentric planetary models.

  • Michael Burke
    Michael Burke 2 months ago

    Oh, and as far as what I think, Hawking radiation eliminates the need for white holes in Einstein's equations. Sometimes solid math doesn't translate to confirmed reality.

  • The Cr3at0r
    The Cr3at0r 2 months ago

    I think it’s just as likely that it exists as black holes. We’re in the infancy of understanding space time, and are best aware of how large amounts of matter manipulate it. To put it visually, as black holes are a kind of puncture in space time, white holes would likely have a kind of bubble effect. With large accumulations of mass causing space time to warp and cause gravity, it’s fun to think about what would theoretically cause the opposite effect. A space truly lacking in anything like matter, dark matter, and dark energy perhaps? Although that scenario kinda implies an underlying instability or flow in space time regardless of the influence of matter or anything of the like. Fun to think about certainly.

  • Cody Mckinley
    Cody Mckinley 2 months ago

    What if white holes create time and black holes store it? And we're just cruising on a time wave that flows through us on the way from a white hole to the black hole in our galaxy?
    🤯

  • Vecheslav Novikov
    Vecheslav Novikov 2 months ago

    Do they, tho? A singularity of anti-mass that somehow doesn't instantly explode? I don't think the equations predict white holes unless you do something unspeakable to the variables. If you have to handwave away the object's creation, maybe it's not really predicted to exist.

  • Green Alien
    Green Alien 2 months ago +24

    I love stuff in space and that sounds so cool!

  • The King
    The King 2 months ago

    What I think it that looks exactly like a quasar star 😂 energy constantly being pushed out and its rotating super fast. Imagine all the light from space being sucked into a black hole and being condensed. Wouldnt that create enough heat and energy to become gamma rays shooting from a quasar? And as he stated you can't see the accretion disc around it. But idk I'm just a dumb kid on youtube

  • GreenRedBlue
    GreenRedBlue 2 months ago +1

    "Experts in a field that takes years of study think X. But what do _you_ think?"
    Lol, and they say there's no dumb questions.

  • kevin crosby
    kevin crosby 2 months ago +1

    I wonder if there’s any chance of the two colliding?

  • Mandolin Sashaank
    Mandolin Sashaank 2 months ago

    Does negative gravity exist? If so I would love flying

  • Jaemz Voss
    Jaemz Voss 2 months ago

    I feel like black holes are “leaks” into baby universes that slowly gets bigger by consuming our mother universe, and white holes would be where our universe is “leaked” into by its mother universe in a never ending chain of universes expanding and growing off of each other. In this case I imagine the white hole as looking out at the outer edge of our universe as it expands, constantly in a state of transforming energy into matter, a process you can’t see, which makes sense… if you think about it long enough

  • Mark (hc) Hutsell
    Mark (hc) Hutsell 2 months ago

    So.. does gravity accelerate outward, away from a white whole? Does it reach equilibrium or is there none at all?

  • Michael Citron
    Michael Citron 2 months ago

    Einstein discovered black holes in his general relativity Theory because of math. So I'm going to go with he's probably right on the white hole too. It's crazy what math can prove.

  • Tarron Williams
    Tarron Williams 2 months ago

    Could it be the reason why space keeps expanding? 🤔

  • Zagiman72
    Zagiman72 2 months ago +13

    So this is interesting, I think, if they exist, for them to “push” everything away, they must have a negative gravity, and therefore a negative mass. The fact that matter can’t be created is actually untruthful, there is a phenomenon where two particles with opposite masses and energy can come out of nothingness, but they most of the time collide instantly and cancel out, though sometimes they don’t, and if enough of those negative particles clump up, however that would work, it might create a form of negative gravity. But that’s just my theory. Maybe the leftover positive particles are what make up black holes, or even dark matter, who knows. This is why it’s called “theoretical physics” after all lol

    • Justifiably_Stupid
      Justifiably_Stupid 2 months ago

      @Zagiman72 yes and no. Astronomers run experiments on contingencies. So IF blackholes exist, THEN we should see radiation from gaps between star systems that are linked in motion.
      They do see radiation but it doesnt confirm hawking radiation or even black holes for that matter. Gravitational lensing (gravity concentrating and dispersing of particles) is a more simple explaination. Black holes, singularities, dark matter, anti-matter, negative energy, string theory are all just place holders until we can determine why matter moves the way it does in spaces where heat isnt detected.

    • Justifiably_Stupid
      Justifiably_Stupid 2 months ago

      I dont trust the Hawking Radiation theory. It was just a bandaid to fix the singularity theory once information destruction and wormholes fell out of fashion. Mathamaticians do this all the time when their formulas have an unknown variable (like x) that cannot be explained using conventional methods.
      They usually announce things like Hawking Radiation while shifting their voice and waving their hands in the air.

  • Scilent0
    Scilent0 2 months ago

    So this means that if a supermassive black hole was to cause the big bang. It could be because the black and white hole collided into eachother and exploded. Making them small again (if the white hole is the other end of a black hole)
    This could also mean that the white hole and black hole could have done this millions of time and could be our big bang

  • Sean McNamara
    Sean McNamara 2 months ago +16

    Black hole: "finally, a worthy opponent. Our battle will be legendary!"