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In cosmology, Fermi balls are hypothetical objects that may have been created in the early history of the universe by spontaneous symmetry breaking. One paper has described them as "charged SLAC-bag type structures".
- Macpherson, Alick L.; Pinfold, James L. (1994). "Fermi Ball Detection". arXiv: .
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