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Originally posted by NeverSurrender
Science is good, and Knowledge is better, but risking the entire worlds population for an experiment....
That's a bit over the top! Do you guys agree with me here?
Originally posted by ChChKiwi
I'm glad there are some people here who appreciate the Science.
I was getting worried that there were too many doomsdayers and naysayers around and that I had been hijacked by aliens and taken to another dimension, where ATS is ruled by kooks, cranks and crackpots...oh...wait!
Originally posted by WERE_ALL_GONA_DIE
I dont belive that CERN will end the world, But this machine really does look scary. This machine will be off epic poportions and it deals with anti-matter,
Somone correct me if im wrong but isnt Anti-matter one of the most volitile things that we know about in the universe?
Still, Amazing what tech. can do these days
(visit the link for the full news article)
Originally posted by RancidCat
Is it just me, or does anyone else find it fundementaly wrong to try and recreate the big bang, not knowing what actually created the original one.
maybe just maybe, it was someone trying to recreate their original point of origin.
Originally posted by Lucid Lunacy
I find solace in that idea, since the Universe hasn't blown up in quite a while afterall.
Originally posted by TheBeast
Whoa. How long is it going to take to build that thing.
I thought that when anti-matter and matter got together they caused a giant explosion.
1) The universe doesn't exist:
In the universe there is matter, there is also anti matter (such as black holes etc), now, if matter collides with anti-matter then the two zero each other out (much like 1 +(-1) =0), so, what if there is another whole universe populated out of anti-matter planets, people etc etc etc. This would mean that if the two unverses collided then there would be nothing yet again. This may sound like garbage but there is evidence to show that there may infact be an equal amount of matter and anti matter in the universe.