# Thread: BlackHole/White Hole Propositional Theories

1. On how to create a White Hole:

Suppose for a moment that you could hold back two objects of infinite mass and density, with them being right next to eachother. If you have a slight background knowledge of Black Holes, you know they are an area in space where gravity has collapsed in on itself, most likely the result of a star collapsing. Well, a White Hole is hypothetically the inverse of a Black Hole, meaning it spits out what gets sucked into the Black Hole.

Back to the two infinitely massive/dense objects. Say you could bring these objects within atoms of eachother, yet still hold them back. My theory is thus; if you pulled them slowly or fast enough, would the gravity inbetween rip that area of space and time apart?

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4. This belongs in Personal Theories and Alternative Ideas, at best.

5. This is a new one for me - haven't heard anyone asking anything along these lines before.

I've moved it to Personal Theories.

6. Originally Posted by BootFoot1234
Suppose for a moment that you could hold back two objects of infinite mass and density
Objects with infinite mass or infinite density do not exist in the real universe. I presume you are referring to black holes - their masses are finite, and their average density is also finite.

Well, a White Hole is hypothetically the inverse of a Black Hole
To be more precise, a "white hole" would be a time-reversed black hole.

Say you could bring these objects within atoms of eachother, yet still hold them back.
That would not be possible. As soon as two black holes' event horizon touch, they will inevitably merge, forming one larger black hole.

My theory is thus; if you pulled them slowly or fast enough, would the gravity inbetween rip that area of space and time apart?
No. Also, once the event horizons start to merge, it is no longer possible to separate them, no matter how much of a "pull" you exert.