First email: Wed, Jun 14, 2017 at 9:40 AM
1. ArXiv: Dark matter, neutron stars and strange quark matter
2. ArXiv: Finite nuclei and nuclear matter in the Ouark-Meson-Coupling Model (QMC)
3. Incompressibility in finite nuclei and nuclear matter
Dear Prof. Dr. Jirina Stone:
Thank you for all your very brilliant work. We are learning from you today (above).
In our high school studies of the Planck base units we have arrived with unusual numbers.
Within 2.38509×10-15 meters, is it possible to have a mass of 3.211962×1012 kg? It goes beyond one’s imagination.
Does the work of Baym, Pethick & Sutherland (1971) still hold whereby densities could approach 4.3×1014 kg/m3? There is so much to learn just to answer the question, “How dense is too dense?”
Nuclear pasta, saturation density… yes, so, so much to learn. Thank you.