The World Ends Tommorow

Re: The World Ends Tommorow

Postby erestor » Fri Aug 08, 2008 8:44 pm

angelatheist wrote:Creating black holes are not actually a problem. An black hole that could be created by a particle accelerator would vaporize almost instantly due to hawking radiation (yes there is stuff that "comes out" of black holes).
The only real risks are stranglets that transform other matter into strangelets or singlarites that rip a hole in space time. This risks are also negligable since we have observed collisions of cosmic rays at much higher energy levels than can be produced on earth.


you took this for that site
i read the same articule
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Re: The World Ends Tommorow

Postby angelatheist » Fri Aug 08, 2008 8:54 pm

I get some of my information though research but I've also been to Steven Hawkings lectures and I've taken a quantum physics course.
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Re: The World Ends Tommorow

Postby erestor » Fri Aug 08, 2008 9:19 pm

i learned all my quantum physics knowledge from watching stargate
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Re: The World Ends Tommorow

Postby Romdeau » Sat Aug 09, 2008 3:17 am

So why are we smashing really little things at absurd speeds again?
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Re: The World Ends Tommorow

Postby angelatheist » Sat Aug 09, 2008 3:36 am

We're searching for the secrets of the universe (fundamental particles).
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Re: The World Ends Tommorow

Postby erestor » Sat Aug 09, 2008 10:22 am

but it is fun to do it too. its is part of exploration. just like chris coloumbus trying to find a shorter route to the orient.
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Re: The World Ends Tommorow

Postby EvilGenius » Sat Aug 09, 2008 11:54 am

Because it's fun. ;a30
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Re: The World Ends Tommorow

Postby mysticwolf » Tue Aug 19, 2008 4:26 am

;a38Hmm...probly playing my favorite games and hanging out with fam and friends.
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Re: The World Ends Tommorow

Postby lupos » Tue Aug 19, 2008 9:49 am

erestor wrote:but it is fun to do it too. its is part of exploration. just like chris coloumbus trying to find a shorter route to the orient.


Interesting side note, we already knew the earth was round long before Columbus "discovered" America. What we didn't know (Europeans that is) is that there was a whole other continent in the way. The earth is round bit is made up filler.

Also the whole Paul Revere thing is a half truth as well. o_0

stupid American history class....
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Re: The World Ends Tommorow

Postby erestor » Tue Aug 19, 2008 12:06 pm

lupos wrote:
erestor wrote:but it is fun to do it too. its is part of exploration. just like chris coloumbus trying to find a shorter route to the orient.


Also the whole Paul Revere thing is a half truth as well. o_0

stupid American history class....


i forgot the other guys name, but paul revere became famous only because he got cought like an idiot. the other guy should have been famous just because he was an awesome cool guy. [ but paul revere did have the route that had more british patrols]
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