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It might form a black hole.
Quote from: Supercryptid on 24/04/2008 17:27:36It might form a black hole.Your reasoning being what?
Electrons do in fact pair up in superconductors but not closely enough to form a new particle
There's no way for combining electrons or even neutrons to form black holes. Black holes being a myth. The EM force is 39 orders of magnitude greater than the gravitational force - gravity simply isn't powerful enough to overcome it to form a black hole. This makes dark matter and dark energy mythological also. Science is about observation and empirical data, not speculation or beliefs, beliefs are the purview of religion - not science.:-) Peter
Assuming infinite possible pressure and infinite electrons, what would happen if two electrons were forced to fuse together?or is this fundamentally impossible?