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The Large Hadron Collider just made a "mini big bang" What do you think about it?
I'm scared, because maybe they'll make a black hole next and we'll all get sucked into it...Not really, but it sucks that they're going to shut it down for repairs. I think it has great potential as long as the money keeps flowing.
A new realm in Physics and science is being brought by the Experiments like ALICE at Large Hadron Collider. To tell you the truth everything is unpredictable and we are moving towards an unknown territory. They may create mini (not so mini) Black Holes (not intentionally) the outcome of which , nobody can predict.
The Collider is like a play toy for scientists. They just harnessed antimatter (for a millisecond). Next they will pair antimatter with matter just to see what happens. Of course, they will say everything is under control; just like the mad scientists do in the movies.
Problem is, their experiments are not confined to a simple test tube nor is this a formula on a blackboard. Their mini-experiments will get larger and more complicated, and each succeeding experiment will put the planet in greater jeopardy.
In fact, I think this could be the 2012 debacle everybody is predicting. I don't think this is a good idea.
Allow me to add ... despite having all the potential
[it has made a mini big bang ] !
by Scott Mandrake8 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...
by harishkumarjk7 years ago
What is meant by The Large Hadron Collider and its purpose?
by Jen King8 years ago
17 miles of particle smashing goodness.We're back in action after a year of repairs.Nerds rejoice
by quicksand5 years ago
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by elisabeth reid9 years ago
Scientific progress or hype or playing with fire? Is it a waste of time and money or is there something important to be discovered from it?What do you think?
by quicksand5 years ago
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