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Old Apr 2nd 2011, 01:12 PM   #1
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Exclamation spherical singularity ?

I don't know much about the dynamics but here's my two cents. There already exists a point and ring singularity but if you gather enough tachyons in a finite volume , they should not condense to a point because they always travel faster than the speed of light and a point would give them a velocity of zero. I'm wondering , is this possible and could it be stable with a point or ring singularity ? Thanks.
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