Lorentz Jr Posted December 29, 2022 Share Posted December 29, 2022 (edited) Imagine you build a sort of "Dyson sphere", except there's nothing inside it yet, and instead of solar panels, it's a dense array of powerful linear particle accelerators, which are pointed inward and supplied with humongous amounts of electrons. Now suppose the accelerators start shooting electrons into the center, slowly at first, then faster and faster, in such huge quantities and at such high energies that the electrons get compressed and form a black hole. My question is, what effect would the high charge-to-mass ratio of the electrons and their electrostatic pressure have on the Hawking radiation coming from the black hole, on any other properties, or I guess whether it's even possible to create the black hole in the first place? Edited December 29, 2022 by Lorentz Jr Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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