Based on the idea that when matter is compressed and heated things tend to fuse and go to a “simpler state” the idea is that if one were to compress and heat the very constituents of matter (strings) to a level to which they all fuse. If one were to compress strings to a level in which their very vibrational properties were inhibited then would it be possible that the strings would actually meld together and become something of a unified matter form. I suppose this would be something akin to a perfect fluid much as what was discovered by Brookhaven National Laboratories at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider. It can’t be so that something like a neutron star which exhibits a degenerate state of matter is the most compact that matter can be. If all the matter in our known universe were to be compressed, much like that of right before the bang occurred in the big bang then everything would have to be at unimaginable pressure and thus heat would be at that same level, fusing everything together. This would effectively unify the known forces into one super force. From this I wonder what form is it that these melded strings would take on? Would there be any possibility for a vibration from there at this temperature or even at higher temperatures?