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Black and white holes

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Abstract

The theory is explained of the origination of white holes as a dual phenomenon with regard to the formation of black holes. Theoretically it is possible to derive the white hole by changing the sign of time in solving the general theory of relativity equation implying the black hole. The white hole represents the amount of particles formed in the vicinity of a singularity. For a distant observer, matter composed of these particles expands and the outer boundaries of this matter approach from the inside the gravitational radius R/sub r/. At t>>R/sub r//c all radiation or expulsion of matter terminates. For the outside observer the white hole exists for an unlimited length of time. In fact, however, it acquires the properties of a black hole and all processes in it cease. The qualitative difference between a white hole and a black hole is in that a white hole is formed as the result of an inner quantum explosion from the singularity to the gravitational radius and not as the result of a gravitational collapse, i.e., the shrinkage of diluted matter towards the gravitational radius.
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 1978
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
AIX-10-443231; EDB-79-101721
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Veda Tech. SSSR; (Czechoslovakia); Journal Volume: 6:3
Subject:
71 CLASSICAL AND QUANTUM MECHANICS, GENERAL PHYSICS; BLACK HOLES; WHITE HOLES; COSMOLOGICAL MODELS; EXPANSION; GRAVITATIONAL COLLAPSE; GRAVITATIONAL FIELDS; PARTICLE PRODUCTION; SCHWARZSCHILD RADIUS; SINGULARITY; INTERACTIONS; MATHEMATICAL MODELS; PARTICLE INTERACTIONS; 640102* - Astrophysics & Cosmology- Stars & Quasi-Stellar, Radio & X-Ray Sources; 657003 - Theoretical & Mathematical Physics- Relativity & Gravitation
OSTI ID:
6182161
Country of Origin:
Serbia and Montenegro
Language:
Czech
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: CODEN: VDTCA
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INIS
Size:
Pages: 161-166
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Citation Formats

Zeldovich, Ya, Novikov, I, and Starobinskii, A. Black and white holes. Serbia and Montenegro: N. p., 1978. Web.
Zeldovich, Ya, Novikov, I, & Starobinskii, A. Black and white holes. Serbia and Montenegro.
Zeldovich, Ya, Novikov, I, and Starobinskii, A. 1978. "Black and white holes." Serbia and Montenegro.
@misc{etde_6182161,
title = {Black and white holes}
author = {Zeldovich, Ya, Novikov, I, and Starobinskii, A}
abstractNote = {The theory is explained of the origination of white holes as a dual phenomenon with regard to the formation of black holes. Theoretically it is possible to derive the white hole by changing the sign of time in solving the general theory of relativity equation implying the black hole. The white hole represents the amount of particles formed in the vicinity of a singularity. For a distant observer, matter composed of these particles expands and the outer boundaries of this matter approach from the inside the gravitational radius R/sub r/. At t>>R/sub r//c all radiation or expulsion of matter terminates. For the outside observer the white hole exists for an unlimited length of time. In fact, however, it acquires the properties of a black hole and all processes in it cease. The qualitative difference between a white hole and a black hole is in that a white hole is formed as the result of an inner quantum explosion from the singularity to the gravitational radius and not as the result of a gravitational collapse, i.e., the shrinkage of diluted matter towards the gravitational radius.}
journal = {Veda Tech. SSSR; (Czechoslovakia)}
volume = {6:3}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Serbia and Montenegro}
year = {1978}
month = {Jul}
}