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Primordial black holes

Started by ryzenmulti, April 19, 2023, 07:41:42 AM

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If you need some inspiration as to what might be possible outcomes from crunching on Boinc, think about primordial black holes. Super small, super dense objects as big as a closed fist that weigh 5 earth masses? These things actually exist and detecting them will depend entirely on computer analysis of telescope observations through space applications.

This paper contains a black hole drawn to scale with 5 earth masses.
Link to PDF

Imagine colliding with something the size of your hand (that cannot be easily seen) with the weight of a planet? Blows my tiny little mind these things are even possible. Physics continues to amaze.
The further back you look, the further forward you can see.

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Home cooked twin primes using python ... it started out with 256 digits of pi and eulers number ... and has ended with
(6*(3358638*(5^6137)+177))-1 ,4297 digits, is prime
(6*(3358638*(5^6137)+177))+1 ,4297 digits, is prime