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Traversing a black-and-white hole in free fall and rise

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It is shown that a traverse of a Black-and-White Hole (through a shaft in the interior of the central, spherical body) in free radial fall and rise is described by the Schwarzschild metric without any ambiguity. In other words, all Black Holes can also be White Holes. The relativity principle, according to which both the freely falling/rising observer Alice and a second observer Bob (sitting outside of the gravity field) have to measure the same temporal interval for the complete trip, is observed [(Δt)/(Δτ) = 1]. In the interior of the Schwarzschild radius, Alice's time τ is reversed. Kruskal charts do not present an obstacle to this result, since quadrant II can be used for ingoing traffic only, but not for outgoing traffic.
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Keywords: Black Holes; Free Fall; General Relativity; Kruskal Charts; Relativity Principle; Time Reversal

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 3, 2020

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