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Answered 2017-06-06 21:23:54

No, it does not mean that.Black holes and white holes are two different "solutions" of the equations of General Relativity; but that doesn't imply that one, or the other, actually exist. It is now almost certain that black holes exist; as for white holes, there are theoretical problems that may make them impossible, such as:

* A white hole is, in many aspects, there reverse of a black hole. And just as there is no way to destroy a black hole, there is no way to CREATE a white hole.

* It seems that in a white hole, entropy would decrease over time.

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Answered 2017-06-13 14:13:00

No. White holes were a hypothesis which has never been shown to be correct.

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Answered 2017-06-10 13:10:53

No, it does not mean that.

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