The Big Bang of the Fireball

  • A. Karel Velan


By the time the entire fireball reached the quark-electron density, the core was compressed far beyond this density level. All of the electrons, quarks, and other particles in the core merged to form a sort of single gigantic nucleus. A spoonful of such matter has the same mass as all of the buildings in Montreal combined. In this form, particles of matter show a powerful resistance to further compression. This, however, does not stop the outside layers of particles in the fireball from imploding further and exerting more squeezing power on the core.


Cosmological Model Thermal Force Standard Cosmological Model Powerful Resistance Pointlike Particle 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1992

Authors and Affiliations

  • A. Karel Velan
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  1. 1.Velan, Inc.MontrealCanada

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