All day today a horrible interacting Fermi gas, converting into a Bose gas, ultimately condensing into a Bose–Einstein condensate although
interacting Fermi gases also passed. Then a white dwarf star (a Fermi gas of electrons) formed against the inward pull of gravity, which collapsed the
star into a Black Hole.
No, a tough day would be at the LHC when they find out that Hawking is wrong, Hawking radiation is wrong and that black holes do not evaporate in
10^-22 seconds and that 10^-17 second radius magbulb ain't gonna help. Nobody will get a chance to say "Oooops." That might be funny for some alien
watching from orbit.
Cheers - Dave
edit on 1/25.2015 by bobs_uruncle because: (no reason given)
a reply to: Kukri
You are referring to my proposed "The Matter it doesn't Matter Drive" We might up grade the lab with one of those if our funding doesn't get cut
this year. With Quarks of Fermi Gas this low there's not much chance those kind of funds will be in the black budget.
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