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quote: There are no dimensions in black holes, right?
quote:Who knows. There could be a whole universe!
quote:Originally posted by UltimaHi all, I just got to thinking what state of matter are super dense stars in, is it still considered a solid I know that for the most part stars are plasma, but brown dwarfs or neutron stars? Or is it a Bose-Einstein Condensate, but this applies to anything at low temperatures not high density??? I've been reading around and some peeps give dense stars their own state, and at higher energy you get Quark-Gluon Plasma. But 7 states of matter seem a bit much??? Can any one help me out with what they know or think about this? Plus what about the singularity within a black hole, obviously its all theoretical, but would that be another state of its own?wOw the world spins?