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accepted How do we know that the nucleus isn't a quark-gluon plasma?
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comment How do we know that the nucleus isn't a quark-gluon plasma?
This looks interesting. What do you mean by figure of merit? Since it has units of energy, I'm guessing you mean the energies in which this reaction can occur.
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comment Can black holes form in a finite amount of time?
Thanks for giving refrences.
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comment Why do stars have absorption spectra?
What do you mean "random direction"? Stars are spherically symmetric, the photons are already going in random directions.
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