Particle collider - What's your thought on what will happen... 270 replies

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Flodgy

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#251 11 years ago
LardButtTheCat;4593280I was'nt talking about the fucking collision of the dam atoms, I was talking about machine malfunction. The atoms are perfect, but not the machine. Jeez... You guys are so ignorrant of possibilities of machine malfunction when it comes to science.

A machine malfunction won't do anything. Learn basic physics and electronics before you make claims. The most that a 'machine malfunction' would be is a circuit overload, which they have breakers for. If you're thinking something Hollywood where mechanical parts whiz around out of control destroying things, you are sadly mistaken.




rakattack

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#252 11 years ago

they say its possible to create a black hole, even CERN said it was possible to create stable but they will "go into the center of the earth but will not be powerful enough to do damage until hundreds of thousands of years later" says CERN spokesmen. oh yea, thats right, screw up the earth now and leave it for later generations to feel the effect.




Mr. Matt Advanced Member

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#253 11 years ago
LardButtTheCat;4593181Well, that two week problem sures as hell that this machine is perfect...

And yet, despite the fact that the machine malfunctioned, we are still here. That sure as hell should tell you something too.




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#254 11 years ago
rakattack;4593619they say its possible to create a black hole, even CERN said it was possible to create stable but they will "go into the center of the earth but will not be powerful enough to do damage until hundreds of thousands of years later" says CERN spokesmen. oh yea, thats right, screw up the earth now and leave it for later generations to feel the effect.

No... the black holes will be so tiny they will vanish instantly...




Mr. Pedantic

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#255 11 years ago
they say its possible to create a black hole, even CERN said it was possible to create stable but they will "go into the center of the earth but will not be powerful enough to do damage until hundreds of thousands of years later" says CERN spokesmen. oh yea, thats right, screw up the earth now and leave it for later generations to feel the effect.

I don't know about you, but you've got to be on something if you think that's the worst we have to worry about.

And what happened with that Helium leak?




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#256 11 years ago
LardButtTheCat;4593181 Dexter, for the love of god, please go kill yourself and donate you body to science, please do... What he is getting at is that most of the these experiments are getting more extream by the day, and there could very well be a chance that one of these experiements will do a dent to our earth, in a bad way. And it will not kill us? YET... Have you ever heard of malfunctions? Flaws? Overloads? Wire that has not been wired correctly? Those tiny little mistakes are the reasons to fear such experiments. You got fucking 23k of metal tubing with all sort of flashy stuff, and you have the overconfidence that it's perfect? Well, that two week problem sures as hell that this machine is perfect... So take you high and pious mantel of science and go brainwash some kids with it.

Brainwash, your thinking religions mate.....Science is testable, goose. And when are you going to get educated about this science, your on drugs saying ''the'' scientists doing the experiment have said, the end of the world is possible, you have heard that on TV somewhere, and your a fool for believing it without checking for yourself what was really said. When are you going to go hang yourself ? My body is donated to science, lm an organ doner too.And you ? Care about your fellow human beings do you ? Not understanding the science leads to idiot comments like '' you got fucking 23k of metal tubing wath all sorts offlashy stuff and you have the overconfidence that its perfect. Well YES l do. And YES the experiment is PERFECT. It may not perform perfectly, but the experiment they are attempting to pull of is PERFECT. ok ? Had you understood the science, you would probably feel the same way..... The machine will never be perfect, most machines suffer this issue, mechanical or electrical, even atomic clocks can stuff up. Heres a simple fact for you lardbuttcat, Earth ITSELF doesnt contain enough energy to start up a solar system eating blackhole, not even all of earths energy used at once could do it.Understand ? A blackhole is NOT going to eat us.period. Not possible from ths experiment. So even if it all goes wrong and the collider sucks all of the earth into itself and turns it into energy/gravity, it will dissipate, not form a blackhole, understand ? You have nothing to fear at all. Except your, uneducated view. Hell jupitor would hard pressed to achieve such a thing and look at the energies stored in jupitor, LOL ! Lardbutt, science owns your arse. Learn it.




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#257 11 years ago

The collisions the LHC is going to make are low in energy compared to the particles that are in nature. The most energetic particle yet found was a proton that was moving so close to the speed of light, there was almost no difference between the 2. This one particle had the same energy as a baseball being thrown at 45mph.

Ultra-high-energy cosmic ray - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

If the LHC can create black holes, then one of those particles hitting an oxygen or nitrogen atom can create one. The earth has been getting hit by these particles for millions of years, and the earth has not been destroyed by a black hole. So no, the black holes will not sink to the center of the earth and kill us all thousands of years from now. The black hole would be pulled by earth's gravity towards the center of the earth. However the black hole has such a short lifespan that it would only fall a few nanometers before it evaporated. Read up on your hawking radation and Gallian equasions.

And yet, despite the fact that the machine malfunctioned, we are still here. That sure as hell should tell you something too.

Stupid physicists thinking they are smart enough to build their own stuff. They should have asked an engineer for help.




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#258 11 years ago
Pethegreat;4594774Stupid physicists thinking they are smart enough to build their own stuff. They should have asked an engineer for help.

We'll leave you engineers to do our dirty work for us while we concentrate on the real issues. :p




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#259 11 years ago

Wow, I see there's a bit too much overreaction about this but... I've read some more about this, and yeah, seems pretty safe to me. Hope this experiment will usher in a new age of microwaves that actually cook food. Oh, Dex, you do sound like a scientific preacher.




rakattack

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#260 11 years ago

Mr. Pedantic;4594467I don't know about you, but you've got to be on something if you think that's the worst we have to worry about.

And what happened with that Helium leak?

they screwed up, again