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yeah but sun light is going to be needed compressed, ignoring that math because that would probably req a black hole to squeeze it down to the same density of gold, it says sun light made solid, so how thin is light multiplied by how many times it needs to be compressed into a solid to match that of gold, also i was thinking it would be around the size of a bracelet
Depends if you are talking about compressing down the Sun's matter, or light itself, as light is made of photons which have no mass. But if we're talking Sun's matter then you'd need about 6L to compress down to the same density as say iron, to make an object about that big
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