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White Holes: To the Universe (For Neophytes)

It's sounds nice that I am spending my summer holidays pretty well. Curled up with sci-fi books, bingeing snacks aside and never had the blues (sister's departure is exceptional). I recommend outlandish folks to read The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. People say it as science comedy fiction but I never got that feeling till now...

A popular science comedy fiction, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, talks about Magrathea, a luxurious planet created by its people, Magratheans. The created this planet using the matter extracted from white holes.

White holes are fascinating astronomical objects, but they are just a fragment of imagination. Things beyond imagination are quite fascinating.
White holes are just the opposite of black holes. A black hole is a region which exhibit intense gravitational field such that no matter or even electromagnetic radiation such as light can escape from the Event Horizon.  In layman's terms, event horizon is called the 'point …