Tardis

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Tardis
White hole
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A white hole outside of a Vorgan Space Platform. (PROSE: Entry 2481/B-3)

A white hole was the opposite of a black hole, where instead of sucking stuff in, it threw all kinds of stuff out. (COMIC: Sky Jacks) The Eleventh Doctor mentioned them while comparing it to the more mysterious grey hole. (COMIC: The Grey Hole)

One planet was protected from outsiders by white holes. (PROSE: Vanishing Point)

The White God was a living white hole pulled from the pre-universe by the staff. (PROSE: The Parliament of Rats)

A white hole orbited the planet Albert, which emitted a quantum field that made the planet sentient. The various species on the spaceship called the Bonaventure claimed a stake in the white hole. (PROSE: Grimm Reality)

A black hole and a white hole nearly combined and destroyed the Earth. (TV: The Eclipse of the Korven)

For a time, a white hole existed in the Doctor's TARDIS, spitting out objects from the outside universe. (COMIC: Sky Jacks)

A rogue Type 1 TARDIS that had wound up in the Void generated white holes of Void energy to draw all of creation into itself as a way of fulfilling the imperative of "Silence Will Fall". (TV: The Lost Dimension)

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