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Re: Question About Mini Black Holes

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Posted by amird/">amird on March 18, 1999 16:35:24 UTC

: : If a particle is accelerated towards the speed of light : : and continues to gain mass, will it eventually undergo : : gravational collapse and become a mini black hole? : : I once calculated the energy required, about 1E40 ev : : assuming that the qravational constant does not change at : : quantum scales which may be debatable.

: your forgetting the fact that your talking about : mass dilation. not true mass increase. Yes, I agree with you. Plug in the relativistic mass formula into an approximated Schrawzchild condition equation R = 2*G*M / c^2. If R = > than 1/2 then it will be a black hole. Where would you get the energy to do this?

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