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What is a white point star?

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Speculation: A "white point star" could be a theoretical object, sometimes found in science fiction, which releases into the universe matter that was originally trapped in a black hole. In this theory matter sucked into a black hole goes through some kind of wormhole-tunnel thingy, and spews out somewhere else in the universe.

A "white point star" is a type of diamond found only on Gallifrey, the homeworld of the Time Lords. One was used to make the link between Gallifrey and the Master (who was on Earth) physical, as part of Rassilon's attempt to break the Time Lock in "The End of Time".

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