posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 02:40 AM
The Wikipedia article Safety of the Large Hadron Collider
now contains a
summary of some of the basic safety arguments of the organized safety opposition, after a long battle with CERN supporters to fight censorship of
The concerns are not just from legal action
and from what is raised in the
as the article still
tends to imply. The safety concerns are lead by world recognized, credible scientists. Dr.
is an eminent award winning professor of theoretical sciences and a significant contributor to Chaos Theory. Professor Rossler's
research indicates that safety has not been reasonably proven, and
danger is very
Published peer reviewed papers
from science professors that question one of the of the primary safety
arguments (Hawking Radiation) are still censored from the article. A 2004 Delphi study showing up to 50%
among physicists polled is still censored from the article. (Physicists do have reasonable doubt about Hawking Radiation, contrary to
what the article implies
From the Wikipedia article Safety of the Large Hadron Collider
Concerns raised in the media
Nuclear physicist Walter L. Wagner has argued that if Micro black holes are produced at the LHC, they might not decay as predicted by CERN, since
Hawking radiation is not an experimentally-tested or naturally observed phenomenon and might not exist.
Professor Otto Rössler has stated that micro black holes created in the LHC would grow exponentially, accreting the Earth in 50 months to 50 years,
and he has sought scientific debate on his research before the LHC particle collisions begin.
A number of scientists are very concerned, and papers challenging safety arguments related to neutron stars and cosmic rays are currently in
Learn more at LHCFacts.org