posted on Sep, 10 2008 @ 08:22 AM
Excelent post thank you for joining ATS!
Personally I am not that concerned about LHC/CERN but others were.
In light of the latest successfull test
, what do you think the next step is
going to be? What (if any) data can be extrapolated in the fraction of a second that the particles collide?
I had also heard that this machine was also going to be used to create a tiny singularity. (sigh) Any insight into why this singularity will just
evaporate instead of grow into a massive black hole and engulf the entirety of the solar system? (which to me at least is just silly, but if you can
explain why it's a silly notion I would appreciate it)
If my understanding about singularities is correct, (just based on reading a brief history of time, and a book from his cambridge lectures) which I
will admit, I didn't understand completely. Singularities will just evaporate over a given amount of time based on the origional energy put into the
singularity instead of grow because of the energy collected from the edge of the event horizon. Is this the case with the singularity proposed to be
created at LHC?
Again thank you so much for joining ATS and posting this great information and giving us a chance to have questions answered.