As the Large Hadron Collider finally starts doing what it was designed to do some are worried.
Are Higgs Boson particles so abhorent to nature that they are somehow affecting its operation from the future?
Will the collidier create a black hole that will consume the earth?
Is the end more nigh than it was yesterday?
I'm an arm chair physics nerd who knows just enough to be dangerous but here go's.If the future is affecting the collider I dont see how it could create a black hole that would consume the earth or there would be no future.I probably wont make sense to someone who knows what there talking about but logic does apply,also,I read some stuff that postulates the existence of quantum black holes that permeate the universe just as atoms do.I am open to correction just please use layman's terms or you will lose me...
I heard the Haldron Collider discussed by one of the projects resident scientists the other day on the BBC, and he was asked these questions.
He did not think either scenario will happen.
Well as a bit of an expert in this area I suggest they get some delithium crystals, never cross the streams and only use the light side of the force.
Either your a Kidder or I'm an idiot cause that kinda makes sense to me.I sure hope your a kidder cause other wise I'll have to Kill myself(I can't stand idiots)...
No need to take such drastic action. You couldn't anyway. Your future descendents would travel back in time to stop you. In fact they may already be here and in disguise
WOW,now I get it.My present son is actually my Great Great Great grandson who believed all those "Stories"my EX handed down about me,that answers the question of why he feels the need to insult me all the time.Know I understand why Alligators Eat there young.
Thanks for clearing that up,now if you'll excuse me I'm gonna have a BIG dinner,about five foot eleven of it.Good thing I like spicy Italian...
by Scott Mandrake 9 years ago
After reading so much feedback on the global warming issue, I wondered if anyone had any thoughts on this Large Hadron Collider thing going on in Switzerland. Apparently they are trying to make little black holes and the like. Must be important as they have so far spent billions of...
by Jen King 8 years ago
17 miles of particle smashing goodness.We're back in action after a year of repairs.Nerds rejoice
by Dmian 7 years ago
The Large Hadron Collider just made a "mini big bang" What do you think about it?
by harishkumarjk 7 years ago
What is meant by The Large Hadron Collider and its purpose?
by Kathryn Leyland-Jones 3 years ago
We were watching the news this morning and noted that the Hadron Collider had been cranked up a gear and was busy on it's quest for the creation of dark matter. (My husband obsesses with this and blames the collider for all sorts of natural disasters, much to my amusement.) Trying to...
by Neil Radow 3 years ago
Will run 2 of the Large Hadron Collider find evidence for String Theory?
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