posted on Aug, 22 2008 @ 03:03 PM
Originally posted by TheRooster
I've always wondered how these "unanswered questions" could justify spending six to seven billion dollars? Could there actually be more to it than
just recreating the nanoseconds after the big bang? Makes one wonder. I'm glad they built it in Europe though, just in case it does go haywire.
Ever wanted to know what causes gravity? Well, that's a big part of it. And if it goes "haywire" in the terms that these people are inferring (it
won't, the amount of research done is staggering, which people on here don't seem to understand), then we're all goners.
It's not hard to research something. You go to google, type in Large hadron Collider, and read all the science on it. Or, you go to a scientific
archive website like this one
and search for things on the
topics your interested in, and read the research papers. You might not understand the math, but you may understand the concepts.
OnionCloud I seriously think you should open your mind a bit. There's a difference between being skeptical and just plain close
Everyone else here is at least saying that something COULD happen. Probably wont but there's still that little chance.
So, you've read the research _/url] and have come to the conclusion that if a
[url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Micro_black_hole]micro black hole
were created (assuming there are other dimensions), the
wouldn't be sufficient for it to evaporate?
Look, I'm saying that these theories about a real black hole being created are unfounded. There isn't even a chance, because the energy output
capable at LHC isn't anywhere close to that level.
[edit on 22-8-2008 by OnionCloud]