Space, Time, and Matter in CosmologyAuthor(s): Yang I. Pachankis
White holes produce new questions in cosmology. The Big Bang theory (BB) presumes space-time continuum with unidirectional concept of time, while the bidirectional concept of time only emerges regarding white holes. The article argues for the multidimensionality of time differentiated from space in its conceptual contexts in the SI definition. The argument takes the method in the physical formation of white holes from nuclear caloric curve in relation to its gravitational properties. White holes’ physical properties imply the concept of time is relative, and time and space do not necessarily belong in a same continuous dimension. The physical existence of white holes falsifies the BB by the hot and cold BB with the nuclear caloric curve.