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quark-gluon plasma

Discussion in 'Current Events' started by stubeeef, May 27, 2005.

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    stubeeef

    #1
    Cool, I mean HOT, well you know what I mean! :confused:

    Plazlink

    big quote

     
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    jayscheuerle

    #2
    Quark-gluon plasma. It's what's for dinner.
     
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    stubeeef

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    MONGO-MONGO-MONGo.... (must be chanted like saying Beetlejuice 3 times to summon him).
     
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    MongoTheGeek

    #4
    More like "Hastur Hastur Hastur"

    :)

    Not sure what to say. I thought this was discussed before (around the time the article was publish in new scientist) but a quick search of the forums didn't turn it up.

    Essentially what they did was create a little black hole. Black holes are where there is so much force/mass/energy in one place that it overrides the universe's rule about two things being in the same place. Everything that gets clumped together stays clumped together because of gravity so of course it sticks like a fluid.

    Theory goes black holes evaporate at a rate inversely proportional to their size. The smaller the hole the faster it goes. One that small I'm sure they had problems keeping it "fed"
     
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    stubeeef

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    Ya, that's what I was going to say.
    ;) :rolleyes: :D
     
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    andiwm2003

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    man, i'm so glad that this theory is correct........... :rolleyes:
     

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