What do you think will happen if they find the Higgs Bosun when the run the supercollider in Cern?
D. The Big Bang all over again
E. Something else
Some think a mini worm hole could appear.
Are we treading where we shouldn't or should it be full speed ahead and damn the torpedoes?
What's your take?
Full speed ahead as far as I'm concerned! I think it's really exciting and I'm frustrated that I'm going to have to wait at least another year for any meaningful results (since the LHC is being shut down for a year). What do I think will happen? We'll learn a lot of interesting and useful stuff about the nature of our universe. I don't believe anything bad will occur.
E- Something else.
That Truth doesn't exist.
That reality isn't real.
That we are nothing after all !
And all that, maybe. It depends on how their brains work
Re hadron collide r crash. Claims direct will be there before the dust settles
Can we add "F" to the list?... and hope oh so dearly that it has something to do with orgasams!!
you might want to ask professor eric. http://hubpages.com/profile/Professor+Eric
The Higgs Bosun is also known as the "God Particle"!
I think it's considerably outside the area of my expertise and there's little point in being concerned with something I couldn't do much about even if I did understand it.
Filed under: "Who Cares?"
No, that's not an attempt to demean your question. It's a good one. It's just that overall, I'm about as qualified to comment as one of our household cats is qualified to tell me how to mix a batch of concrete.
Before I answer this question, I have a few questions:
1. Who/what is Higgs Bosun?
2. Who/what/where is Cern?
3. What is a supercollider?
Isn't this thing supposed to supply an unlimited amount of plasma energy?
Hmm...particles colliding...heretofore unharnessed power...I don't know...but it sounds like the beginning of a movie that becomes post-apocalyptic.
all those things and plus I will be able to find all those socks that I lost in the dryer!
I wrote a short story about the missing socks in the dryer when I was a kid.
Maybe I'll rewrite a short story hub about it.
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