L–R: Hal Haggard and White Holes by Carlo Rovelli.
“What is a White Hole? Do they really exist?” writes Robert Fox for the Standard
. Reviewing White Holes
by Carlo Rovelli, a “miniature masterpiece” whose scientific theme is work begun in collaboration with Hal Haggard, associate professor of physics at Bard College, Fox says the book “isn’t about discreet spats between physicists, but the very nature of thinking.” Haggard summarizes the theory of White Holes as such: “A White Hole is a Black Hole with time reversed.” The Guardian
referred to the book as a “brief but dazzling journey to the edges of understanding,” while NPR said that “taking the journey with Rovelli is more than worth the price of the book.” The English translation of White Holes was published on October 31, 2023, by Penguin Random House.Further Reading: