’Supercharged rhinoceros’ black holes may have formed and died seconds after the Big Bang

Even small primordial black holes formed during the first fraction of a second after the Big Bang rapidly evaporated with the mass of the rhinoceros in the form of small „supercharged” black holes.

The team of researchers hypothesized that these tiny „rhino” black holes would be filled to the brim with „color charge,” indicating a state of completely new matter. This is a property of fundamental particles called quarks and gluons, which are associated with strong force interactions with each other, and is not associated with „color” in the everyday sense.

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