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Questions on Einstein Bose condensate and end of Universe

  1. Jun 28, 2011 #1
    Hi all,

    I am not a physicist, but I have always been very much intrigued by the Einstein-Bose Condensate and it's large scale implications. My questions are the following:

    1. As the universe cools down to extremes, will the atoms create Einstein-Bose condensates?
    2. Could a collapse occur, and what would be the instigator?
    3. Could a universe wide collapse occur and create a implosion followed by a "huge" bang?
    4. I read that atoms are leaving the condensate in undetected forms, could these go to another brane.
    5. If a brane would become completely empty (completely filling another brane) could the leaving of the last atoms (or minimal amount of atoms in brane) from the brane create an implosion and a subsequent big bang or creation of a new brane?

    I hope these questions are not too stupid, just have no clue.

  2. jcsd
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