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March 18, 2005—A Brown University physicist believes a fireball he created in a particle accelerator may have been a black hole. Using the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (pictured above) at Brookhaven Laboratory in Upton, New York, Horatiu Nastase smashed the nuclei of gold atoms together at nearly the speed of light.
The collisions were powerful enough to break the nuclei into gluons and quarks, the most basic building blocks of matter. The particles created a plasma fireball 300 million times hotter than the surface of the sun. In a paper published on Cornell University's arxiv.org Web site, Nastase wrote that, based on his calculations, the fireball behaved like a black hole, absorbing streams of particles and radiating them as heat.
For now, any fears of the collider creating a civilization-destroying supergravity vortex are misplaced. The forces involved in the experiment were simply too weak, and the theoretical black hole was very short-lived. How brief? Divide a second by 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000.
Originally posted by AlienCarnage
I just had a thought, I don't know if this was talked about before, but do you remember a show called sliders. The first couply of shows featured a device that looked alot like a cheap stargate. It created a wormhole to an alternate dimention. Do you suppose the writers of that show had read some ancient texts before writing the scripts for that show, or do you suppose it wa dumb luck they touched upon the same types of things that the stargate writers did?
Kincar was heir to Styr's Holding on the planet Gorth, but when he learned the truth of his birth, he turned his back on that part of his life. Most of the Star Lords had abandoned Gorth, but a renegade group remained..and Kincar meant to accompany them through a Star Gate in their quest for an alternate world. But beyond the gate they confronted a nightmare, and suddenly Kincar, the misfit, was crucial to the Star Lords plans!
Stephen Robinett's book "Stargate" (1976) revolves around the corporate side of building extra-dimensional and/or transportational Stargates. In the novel, the Stargate is given the name "Jenson Gate," after the fictional company which builds it.
Originally posted by kevintorvalds
And these are all just examples from before the Stargate SG-1/Atlantis series, within the time that television has been around. I've run across others, but I can't remember in which titles or anything like that.
Originally posted by zorgon
Originally posted by undo
Hi, I'm an author of 2 books with a third on the way, but I won't be sharing my free e- book links here because the rules forbid it. So I'll just share with you some of my research.
(Ancient) Stargates are real: either that or there's several ancient civilizations inside the earth or stuffed in some canyon on the sea floor. Personally, my research leads me to believe the former: et.al, stargates are real. Sounds crazy? Yes, it honestly does, but so does quantum cloning and teleportation, and yet it's happening as we speak. Science is the equivalent of the Twilight Zone, Star Wars and Star Trek, all rolled into one, these days.
If you'd like to inquire as to what I've learned, feel free to ask. If you'd like to debate the possibilities, be my guest. If you'd just like to say I'm wrong, also, do as you will. I don't wish to just dump all this information in your laps so let's just start with the basic premise: (Ancient) Stargates are real.
[edit on 6-3-2006 by undo]
Originally posted by BIONICLE ALEX
I told many people about the real Star Gate they thought I was crazy ha ha I know the truth! for all you skeptics hear me out (((I KNOW THE TRUTH))). and I know the reason U.S NAVAL sunk the star gate they got from the Germans into the freezing Ocean UFF! it was bad really bad. and is beyond your imagination, U.S is more technologically advance than what people think it is and so is China and Russia. just my two cents.