posted on Jun, 24 2010 @ 10:29 PM
I've seen the topic in the news quite a lot lately, like the article about it in the Daily Mail today. They have such awesome and eye-catching
headlines like the one today, 'Scientists simulate the sound of the 'God Particle'. So I obviosuly read the headline thinking there's been the
massive breakthrough we've been all waiting for since they first turned it on a few years ago. But after the first paragraph or so, I stop reading it
because I simply don't understand any of it and I loose interest.
I just want to know, what potential results and knowledge it will give mankind in the next fifty years or so. Except the boring "to recreate what
happened in the early form of the universe" yes yes I get that bit. But as far as I know, they could have done that after about a month when they
first turned it on and when it was less popular in the news.
My question is, what MAJOR annoucement can we expect in the next fifty years. Like something exciting such as "LHC scientists have found a way to
travel to the next star, where matter and antimatter collides". That might not make sense, but you get the picture.
I mean, what difference will it make if we knew what happened during the Big Bang? They're just going to write about it in some boring books and
update Wikipedia on the subjec. The world won't change at all, politics will remain, racism will remain, and terrorism will remain on the planet. The
world won't be any better than it is today.
I just want an announcement that WILL change the world, something that will open everyone's eyes on the planet - and make them look up to the sky.
I hope to be alive and well in the Year 2070, and I also hope that the world will be green, nuclear weapons have been long forgotten, abovetopsecret
won't even exist anymore because there will be nothing to hide because the world have learned to love and trust, and also a Space Research Center
will be preparing a Space probe to another Star - and it doesn't have to be NASA. I'm tired of Americans thinking they have to be first to
everything, why can't all Space Research Centers unite and share their ideas properly.