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Black holes are solutions of the Einstein equations long believed to be unphysical. Now we know they represent real things in the sky.
White holes are solutions of the Einstein equations long believed to be unphysical. Can they represent real things in the sky?
Carlo Rovelli is a theoretical physicist known for his work in quantum gravity. Born in Italy, he has worked in the United States, France and Canada. Rovelli is member of the Institute Universitaire de France, honorary professor of the Beijing Normal University, Honoris Causa Laureate of the Universidad de San Martin, Buenos Aires, member of the Académie Internationale de Philosophie des Sciences. In 1995 he has been awarded the Xanthopoulos Award for “the best relativist worldwide under forty”. He has written global best sellers among which are ‘Seven Brief Lesson on Physics’, translated in 44 language, ‘The Order of Time’ and the recent “Helgoland” on quantum theory. He has been included by the Foreign Policy magazine in the 2019 list of the 100 most influential global thinkers.