|Apr6-05, 01:27 PM||#1|
Fisrst excuse me if the topic has already been addressed. I have made a quick research and i didnīt fint it.
I talk about these:
A preliminar interpretation of it was as a black hole.
Someone suggested me to do a researtcho for "dual black holes" and i went into an article wich describes it as somthing related to branes and al that (as soon as i guesss whatīs is bad with the ocnfiguration of acrobat reader in my computer iīll post the url)
Anyway. It looks that something very black hole like is at the RIHC.
Have any of you readed about it? What is your opinion?
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|Apr6-05, 04:53 PM||#2|
Some believe the RHIC has produced the right kind of particle signature to qualify as a black hole according to some versions of string theory. This is, however, a minority viewpoint. What the RHIC researchers are expecting to see is a quark-gluon plasma: an extremely dense and hot form of matter believed to have existed shortly after the big bang. Here are some links:]
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