Black Holes

White Holes

Fractal Universe

Let There Be Light



More Gravity

Event Horizon


Space-Time Fluctuarions

Fractal Dynamic Fields

Worm Holes

Plank's Length

Spin Networks

Mandel Dynamics

Bubble Chamber

Random Fluctuations

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White Holes

The other conclusion I came to, based on what I have learned from studying the Mandelbrot Set, is that a black hole cannot exist without it’s “white hole” counterpart. When I look at the Mandelbrot Set, I see two distinct regions; the black part on the inside of the Mandelbrot Set (the black hole) and the colourful part on the outside (the white hole). Although, INSIDE and OUTSIDE are mutually exclusive, at the same time they seem to be coexisting.

One does not “mathematically” exist without the other. The same “formula” generates both phenomenon.

It is commonly known NOW that there is a black hole at the center of every galaxy in the universe. The similarities between real galaxies and Mandelbrot Galaxies are sometimes uncanny and I will be getting into more of these similarities in the next section.

Suffice it to say that all galaxies seem to have a black hole at its center with a whole bunch of matter surrounding it and a whole bunch of light radiating away into space.

In other words, there is a "black half" and the "white half" and TOGETHER they make a "whole".