(firstly thanks to you for answering my last post re BEC)
(secondly i hope this is the rght place for this post, as my last one was moved to here!)
I've been thinking more about BEC and Fermionic condensates, and i was wondering if the density of such matierials was huge?
and if is, then can we make a microscopc ' Black Hole' (theoreticaly)?
i was thinking that the merged cloud of atoms in BEC/FermC, if of a critical density, would collapse further into a black hole? i'm not sure if this would work as i was also thinking that maybe black-holes had FermC in them already and it couldn't be collapsed further. ??
If so, what mass of matrial at room temperature would (when cooled etc (assuming none was 'lost' in the process)) make a mini black-hole?? (i cant find the density of bec etc anywhere on the net...)
Thanks again to all those clever people answering my simple questions that you've probably already thought about, and discounted as 'a stupid idea'!!!
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