It also means that information doesn't disappear. It would be impossible to figure out what went in by looking at what is coming out, which causes problems of its own — not least for, say, a human who found themselves in such an alarming position. Scientists have continued to explore the potential connection between black and white holes. It could follow the laws of physics present elsewhere in the universe, but even if it didn't go against Einstein's principle it would undermine quantum field theory or suggest information can be lost. This explanation best fits with quantum theory — which says information can't be destroyed — and, if it was ever proven, it suggests that anything could escape from a black hole. This meant Hawking's idea was at odds with quantum theory, which says information can't be destroyed. There would be no singularity, and while the apparent field would move inwards due to gravity, it would never reach the center and be consolidated within a dense mass.
Where Do Black Holes Lead?
If only we could find a way to leap into one.
There would be no singularity, and while the apparent field would move inwards due to gravity, it would never reach the center and be consolidated within a dense mass. They may even be, as some have suggested, a path to another universe. But it doesn't seem likely that wormholes exist. They'll just get redder and fainter as they approach the event horizon [as a result of gravitational red shift].