Singularity tempurature & electorweak symmetry: massless?
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#1 Dec 28, 2011
Can the extreme temperatures of massive singularities theoretically result in electroweak symmetry reunification, with resultant spontaneous loss of all mass? What would then hold the singularity together? Or is that the 'Big-Bang' was?
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