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Black holes and particles

  1. Jan 14, 2008 #1
    Correctly speaking all particles having mass should be a black and should have a small but finite swarchild radius,for example the electron,quarks etc are all black holes.
    But what would happen if two particles come within their swarzchild radius?????
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  3. Jan 14, 2008 #2


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    Where did you come by this assertion ?
    Whether a mass can become a black hole depends crucially on the mass of the matter, which has to be above a certain limit.

    Very unlikely. Tiny black holes evaporate and explode fairly quickly according to some theories.

    Some physicists don't accept that there are any black holes anywhere.
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  4. Jan 15, 2008 #3
    i wasnt speaking of stellar collapse on chandrashekar limit.
    what i meant to say that any point like mass should have a swarzchild radius
    in the case of electrons it should be infinitely infinitely small
  5. Jan 15, 2008 #4


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    Yes, if you calculate the Swarzschild radius of an electron it is very small. But an electron is not a black hole.
  6. Jan 16, 2008 #5
    Maybe you need to find the definition of black hole.
  7. Jan 16, 2008 #6
    antimatter mystery discovered

    listen up everybody this is unbelivable antimatter origins in space has been discovered
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