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Uniform background dust of plank mass black holes.

  1. Dec 7, 2009 #1
    Say our early Universe had a significant fraction of its mass in the form of a uniform dust of plank mass black holes, along with the visible matter of our present universe. How might you figure such a dust would evolve in our early universe to our present epoch? Would such a dust clump just like ordinary matter? How would such dust effect spacecraft or humans? Would a plank mass black hole hurt if it passed through me?

    Thanks for any help!
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    They'd evaporate instantly.
  4. Dec 9, 2009 #3
    Let us assume they don't, it is just conjecture they do? We have never seen a black hole evaporate, maybe they don't?

    Thanks for your reply!
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  6. Dec 9, 2009 #5
    I was more interested in their dynamics, so lets just say they existed in the past and figure out their dynamics past and present.

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