Discourse: Carlo Rovelli explores white holes

Embark on an extraordinary journey with beloved physicist Carlo Rovelli as he delves into the enigmatic depths of a black hole. Step beyond its event horizon and descend into the infinite abyss, where geometry folds and equations tighten around us. Witness the remnants of a star, dense and distant, as we plummet further into the unknown. And at last, behold the birth of a white hole, where time and space cease to exist.

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Carlo Rovelli is an Italian theoretical physicist, philosopher and writer who has worked in Italy, the United States and, since 2000, in France. His research is focused mainly in the field of quantum gravity and is a founder of loop quantum gravity theory. As a writer, Carlo became a household name after the success of his books ‘Seven Brief Lessons on Physics’ and ‘Reality is Not What It Seems’.


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