I have created a planet called Betiler. I don't want Betiler to be in a classic space system like a star and some planets. So I put it around a white hole called Phulom. In my world, wormhole doesn't exist and a white hole is a black hole reversed according to the theory of Carlo Rovelli. So Phulom is a very young white hole which doesn't explode yet. Life have to be lush on Betiler then the conditions to creating it must be gathered.
To simply begin let's say that Betiler have to received light and heat. For the heat it's pretty simple I think, Phulom is a white hole and a white hole release energy even if it's a young one. Therefore, as long as the planet orbit around Phulom it will get heat on the surface. But there is a question :
- Do a white hole release energy all around itself as a spherical way or more as a flat way ? Or just in one direction on a straight line ?
Then light is needed for creating life. However I want light glows only on specific places on the planet. I restricted myself to two areas. So I made searches and I discovered that auroras are creating by solar particles which cross the atmosphere from the magnetospheric cleft regions at the two magnetic poles.
- Could it be possible to make light on the surface of Betiler like are creating auroras but with more energy to simulating a sunny day ?
Thank you for your future answers ;)