White holes (relativistic anticollapsing objects) are considered both in the five-dimensional Kaluza-Klein theory and in the many-dimensional representation of extended space-time manifolds with horizons within the framework of general relativity. In the last model white holes (e.g. Kerr-Newman) appear as anticollapsing from extra (additional) dimensions. These dimensions are connected with the global structure of space-time manifolds.
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