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If black holes were in fact "worm holes," it would make sense that the other side of a black hole would be a white hole...But,Wouldn't a white hole be seen from earth as just another star... spewing out light (and matter, I guess) in all directions??
Why should they?If matter is being introduced into the system - very probably - it is in the form of one little bit a time, in regions of very low density, I believe.
I'm probably wrong, but wouldn't their emissions be different? A star works by nuclear fusion, a white hole would just blurt out elementary particles.