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Originally posted by GrOuNd_ZeRo
And here was someone hopin that a Half-life scenerio would come to pass....personally I wouldn't want headcrabs to be running around my house or have an alien over-lord keep our planet in a totalitarian 1984 type state lol.
I support this science 100% and feel strongly that this research will give birth to new technologies.
Originally posted by buddhasystem
Originally posted by muzzleflash
You know what, the LHC is so useless, primitive, and impractical
Primitive? How much do you know about the principles and techniques of its operation? Let me guess: zero.
Originally posted by schitzoandro
i read about this on bbc yesterday. i think any experimentation to further understanding and knowledge of things most do not know is a wonderful kind of exploration. i am all for it. i do have a question though, it said this 'mini big-bang' created heat 10 times that of our own sun... how did they contain heat 10 times that of our sun not even a mile underground? i understand they have massive cooling instruments, but 10 X solar heat? i really don't understandedit on 9-11-2010 by schitzoandro because: to add question
Originally posted by triplereiki
I am very much against it. I feel it would be more beneficial to focus on fixing things with our planet, health and society rather than to spend so much on other things such as that.
I do have to agree, though, it is amazing about such breakthroughs, but I dont think that helps our world situations at this time. Plus, if something went terribly wrong with it, I don't know if what kind of damage immediately or down the road such experiment could do.
s & f
"This process took place in a safe, controlled environment, generating incredibly hot and dense sub-atomic fireballs with temperatures of over ten trillion degrees, a million times hotter than the centre of the Sun."
Originally posted by xxshadowfaxx
It is far too small to make the entire planet explode. The scientists aren't stupid.