The Big Bang was a supermassive white hole?
White Holes have been the missing piece of the Universe puzzle ever since Einstein proposed the Theory of General Relativity. On paper, they are supposed to be the exact opposite of a black hole, at least in terms of time. While matter around a black hole cannot escape it and is destined to be devoured by the concerned cosmic goliath, matter around a white hole would not only be repelled by it but most likely originate from it. This begs the question, what if the Big Bang was a supermassive white hole? And if so, what does this mean about the origin and expansion of the universe? Welcome to Factnomenal and today we’ll solve this cosmic puzzle of the ages.