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The newest enounsement 18/6/2011 about temperatures at LHC collisons is 10^12Kelvin

That temperatutes exist in neutron stars.

 

In which depth they crash nucleus , I believe that they are close to planck length 10^-30.m

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The newest enounsement 18/6/2011 about temperatures at LHC collisons is 10^12Kelvin

That temperatutes exist in neutron stars.

 

In which depth they crash nucleus , I believe that they are close to planck length 10^-30.m

Easily one trillion, closer to 4 trillion or about the temperature of a quark-gluon plasma. Not Planck length - that temperature would be >> 1026 K.

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Easily one trillion, closer to 4 trillion or about the temperature of a quark-gluon plasma. Not Planck length - that temperature would be >> 1026 K.

 

Do those quarks have time to have several collisions to thermalize? If yes, then this quark-gluon plasma is as a whole at rest and it should decay in all directions equally.

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