Spectral features of radiation from Nordström and Kerr-Newman white holes
Unlike the Schwarzschild white hole, Nordström and Kerr-Newman white holes cannot explode right down from the space time singularityR=0. For example a charged white hole has to commence explosion (i.e., comes into existence) with a radiusR0=Rc(2−Rc/Rb)−1 whereRc is the ‘classical radius’ andRb is the final radius attained when the stationary state is reached. That means charged and rotating black holes also cannot hit the singularityR=0 and perish.
Here the explosion is decelerated by the presence of charge and rotation and hence the radiation emitted would be not as energetic as in the Schwarzschild case where its energy is infinitely large for emission fromR=0.
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