Chirality of quarks and an event horizon?

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Chirality of quarks and an event horizon?
« on: 03/02/2014 18:32:26 »
Thinking of the handedness of quarks plus colour and electric charge got me thinking of the strong force and the further away a quark is separated the stronger the force confinement. This confinement, if compared with the event horizon could show that inside a black hole movement from the centre for a mass would get harder towards the horizon. As actually being observed to reach the horizon from outside slows down. This could mean that the Schwarszchild equation for rs would describe a radius that moves out from the nucleus as density increases, being more pronounced at very high densities. I had to post this thought before it went so apologies for it not being in new theories.

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Re: Chirality of quarks and an event horizon?
« Reply #1 on: 03/02/2014 23:44:16 »
Looking at the proposed composition of a neutron star we have an iron crust polymerized due to the strong magnetic field. Next electrons, neutrons and nuclei followed by neutron-proton Fermi liquid and finally a speculative quark-gluon plasma. As quark colour has to be confined this, if correct, would indicate the expansion of the strong force confinement. At this point any electrons, if it is possible to have them in the core, would be caught within the confinement area. This would in turn trap photons. At the very centre asymptotic freedom applies. Within a black hole this may also apply.