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Originally posted by CmptrN3rd5
WTF why are they trying to create a black hole on Earth!?!!?!
Originally posted by andersonr
How do we know what these people are doing is safe.
I have often wondered that maybe one day they will by accident create energy so intense it just sucks earth in on it's self and they had no way of stopping it we would all be brown bread
Originally posted by cyberdude78
Thats it, I'm officially moving to Endor. I also wonder, why on earth do we need a pure destructive force that can't be contained. Naturally I can see military applications, but it seems more like a tool of global destruction to me. This 2012 prediction thing seems to become more likely by the minute.
Originally posted by tonedef
Reasearchers at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider in New York have observed a phenomenon that closely resembles a black hole. After they collided two gold nuclei the observed plasma ball absorbed more particles than they had predicted and they now feel this is because of actions that are very similar to a black hole.
OO ok I thaught you said it was a mini black hole but my question, I Made a fourm and I questioned that the matter that goes into a blackhole, wher does it go? and i go a awnser that somepeople think that black holes ar a sort of worm hole. so my queition now is if they created a mini black hole were would the matter go because they dint creat a white hole(exit for blackholes)?
Originally posted by malcr
I thought hawking radiation was due to the spontaneous production of a particle and anti-particle from the vacuum, which normally immediately combine but close to a black hole half of the particle pair is captured whilst the other escapes as "Hawking radiation".
Originally posted by Low Orbit
Does this have any short/long term implications for space travel? Will this lead to a new form of propulsion?