American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of or relating to an extreme condition in which matter is forced into nonclassical states, as when electrons are forced into protons, leaving only neutrons, or the matter is compressed beyond this point into a singularity.
- From super- + dense. (Wiktionary)
“An exploding population will lead, for many, to "superdense" living of the sort experienced in the poorer tenements of Naples or Marseille.”
“Elsewhere in the universe, people collect children from their parents with promises of virtual heaven, then ship them off via a superdense datalink as bodiless intelligences, to spin code in the software farms of space.”
“When the nuclear fusion reactions at the cores of very massive stars no longer can provide the energy needed to hold the core up against the weight of the rest of the star, the core collapses catastrophically into a superdense neutron star or black hole.”
“The big bang required that superdense little something.”
“The fundamental theory is that there was a superdense little something that exploded and released energy and matter that formed the universe.”
“I've quoted to save basically rewriting but that covers my idea and also the fact that it of course proves nothing but that many do hold the belief that The Big Bang was the first cause And I'm counting the superdense something as the start.”
“Or they merge into one superdense ball of politics and litigation — a singularity of dangerous dimensions.”
“The lab's latest breakthrough, a superdense display screen, will be marketed by a subsidiary called dpiX.”
“You're the only one with the nanite mindscan system required to translate the casual conversational English we seem to be communicating in into the superdense ultramegagigagrams of I-Chingese that we're actually communicating in.”
“But what about the superdense material of white dwarves, the sort of stellar object our sun will become in a few billion years?”
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