Large Hadron Collider - The Four Scenario-Horsemen Of The Apocalypse
I was trained as a scientist, so I really have no problem with particle accelerators like the Large Hadron Collider. After all, the process in other, much smaller "cyclotrons" has been used to significantly advance the course of physics by identifying particles in nature which are difficult if not impossible to observe in any other manner.
However, that's emphatically not what the Large Hadron Collider is doing.
The Large Hadron Collider, according to CERN, will create the single hottest spots in the entire galaxy. Spots which are even colder than the space between galaxies, and the single emptiest space to be found in the solar system. These are all quotes from CERN official literature.
We're well beyond identifying particles in nature. We're now at the point of creating particles that have never existed before in the history of the universe.
Yeah, they probably did exist for one zillionth of a second at the Big Bang (the cosmic creation, not the show where a hottie like Penny inexplicably sleeps with Leonard who even has nerd in his name)... but that resulted in an explosion which ripped that previous universal structure, whatever it was, to bits!
Due to the fact that the experiments planned for the Large Hadron Collider are completely unprecedented in human history and possibly even galactic history, there has been a significant measure of public concern which has been shared by some nuclear scientists about the ways that these experiments could legitimately threaten the human race and the very planet we live on.
There are a significant numbers of renowned quantum, nuclear and astro-physicists who are vehemently opposed to the experiments that are being conducted right now at the Large Hadron Collider. These scientists have settled on the feasibility that any one or more of four different basic scenarios which could theoretically pose a threat to all life on Earth could be triggered by the Large Hadron Collider experiments.
Scenario Number One
One of these scenarios is the potential creation of a micro black hole that would be stable or semi-stable. A black hole is an ultra dense state of matter which has such overwhelming gravitational force that even light cannot escape from it.
Think of it as the drain at the bottom of the swimming pool. Once you open it up, it's going to suck down every single drop of water in the pool. However, with black holes, the Large Hadron Collider will be able to open the drain but there is no mechanism (not just in CERN theoretical physics but in the entire universe) to shut the drain down! A black hole will consume all matter and energy around it and cannot be stopped until it runs out of matter and energy around it. And "around it" is not just a reference to a space a few feet or even miles. A single black hole started at the Large Hadron Collider has the potential of sucking up the entire galaxy. Even a microscopic black hole of the type that are expected to be created at the Large Hadron Collider would theoretically continue to grow until it swallowed the entire planet in a matter of a few years.