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Re: Primordial Blackholes

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Posted by Vince on September 29, 1999 11:29:03 UTC

: : What are primordial blackholes, and what info would you have on them?

Primordial black holes are just extremely small black holes around the size of atomic particles.

They call them Primordial because they could have only been created during the initial stages of the universe when matter was dense enough together to cause black holes on such small scales.

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