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Originally posted by Tinko1
well apparently what he was saying is that it wasn't created by man alone if at all. The idea is that it would destroy the sun and as a result us. Like a proving if we're worthy of existing as a race of sentient life kinda thing.
According to John Titor and top scientists around the world, we're only a few years away from our own singularities.
Titor is hardly a credible source, and i know nothing about the other scientists around the world, can you source that? Id be interested to know just how close we really are. (wouldnt there be containment issues?)
[edit on 22-10-2007 by InSpiteOf]
For those worried that the mini black holes produced at CERN may destroy people as well — gobbling up everything in sight and ultimately devouring all of Europe — Landsberg insists this is not a legitimate concern. The size of these black holes is too small, and their life span too short, to pose any threat, he says. In fact, notes Landsberg, similar black holes are created organically every day when cosmic rays smash into the earth’s atmosphere at even higher energies than those found in particle accelerators.
Actually, if your boss' theory is correct, would it make more sense to just use the missile on earth?