Suppose you had 80% up quarks, and only 20% down quarks. How would this affect stellar formation?
What reason(s) exist to suppose that all degeneracy pressures can be overcome in Black-Hole formation?
In models of stellar collapse to a black hole, it is a given that density increases without bound towards a singularity. Electron degeneracy I get. Neutron degeneracy I get. I assume there's some ...