posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 09:52 AM
I haven't had a chance to read all the posts here, but I am going to give my opinion. My level is physics might be slightly lower then several of the
people who posted here. My understanding of theoretical astrophysics, Astrophysics and relativity are at low university level so some of the things I
am saying might be wrong, so please correct me.
Messing with black holes, and when i say messing i mean creating them through scientific means is dangerous. No matter what theories and postulations
the great Doctors and Professors throw at us to say that it is safe, the truth is, it is not. Now, according to Hawking radiation theory Black Holes
emit a thermal radiation on black body spectrum which means that if the black body is emitting more matter then it gains it will eventually shrink and
disappear. Thermal radiation is just a type of electromagnetic radiation that is emitted from a body due to its temperature. Anyone ever wonder why
this theory states that a black hole emits electromagnetic radiation, when in fact black holes "suck in" electromagnetic radiation. Even a black
hole micrometers in length can cause many instabilities. The creation of exotic particles that do not obey any laws of physics is although unlikely, a
I can go on and on about it, but i guess my point really is, all we have are theories, and in the past theories have been proven false. At one time
people believed that the Earth was flat and that the sun and everything else revolved around the earth. No one cant truly say that the Hawking
radiation theory will or will not work, because no one has been even remotely close to any black hole to measure this. It is possible that it is safe
to experiment with this technology, but why take the risk. Is it worth the lives of every single living thing on this planet to find out how a black
hole functions? The consequences do not out way the possible benefits in my honest opinion.
Hope to hear what everyone has to say about this!