Discovery of the Smallest Particle in the Universe, with a Density of 1042 kg/m3 Using the Density of White Dwarfs, Black Holes, and the Big Bang?!

After the elements of Mendeleev's table, in which some of them have partly high density, we reach objects in the universe such as white dwarfs, magnetars, black holes, etc. If it looks carefully, the density range of these objects is 10^14 to 10^20 kg/m3. In this video we discover a smallest particle in the universe, with a density of 10^42 kg/m3.
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