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Not Exactly Plasma

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Posted by Scott Hamilton on August 26, 2001 19:10:16 UTC

Greyden-
If a BH is infinite mass/gravity, then anything that enters the event horizon is almost instantly accelerated to c. That anything is also reduced to it's elemental particles and under the infinite g reduced further to to it's "Super-Strings".
However, I do wonder, do super-strings still continue to vibrate in infinite g?
There can be no charge under these conditions. Therefore, no gas, hense no plasma.

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