Scientists suggest that early universe was liquid-like

Posted on Tuesday, April 19 2005 @ 19:51 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Based on the results of a new particle collider test scientists suggest that right after the Big Bang the universe behaved like a liquid, and not as a fiery gas.
By revising physicists' concept of the early universe, the new discovery offers opportunities to better learn how subatomic particles interact at the most fundamental level. It may also reveal intriguing parallels between gravity and the force that holds atomic nuclei together, physicists said Monday at a Tampa, Fla., meeting of the American Physical Society.
Read more about this liquid state at ABC News

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