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

Please wait...

Pethegreat Advanced Member

Lord of the Peach

70 XP

19th April 2004

0 Uploads

20,892 Posts

0 Threads

#261 11 years ago
We'll leave you engineers to do our dirty work for us while we concentrate on the real issues. tongue2.gif

Sure. We will solve climate change, build sex robots, make clean energy, build taller buildings, build faster cars, make computers better, and generally make life on earth awesome for everyone. What are you going to do? Try and make bigger black holes so that we actually destroy the earth?

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.

In 2030 instead of throwing your food in a microwave, you will throw it in a miniature LHC. However about %50 of the time your food will get swallowed by a black hole. The other %50 of the time it will come out perfect.




Acualy Is Confusingkid

Keep honking im reloading

48,430 XP

19th September 2006

0 Uploads

4,563 Posts

0 Threads

#262 11 years ago

Pethegreat;4595467Sure. We will solve climate change, build sex robots, make clean energy, build taller buildings, build faster cars, make computers better, and generally make life on earth awesome for everyone. What are you going to do? Try and make bigger black holes so that we actually destroy the earth?

In 2030 instead of throwing your food in a microwave, you will throw it in a miniature LHC. However about %50 of the time your food will get swallowed by a black hole. The other %50 of the time it will come out perfect.

Lol!!!!!




Guest

I didn't make it!

0 XP

 
#263 11 years ago

ppfftt hahaha, pretty funny peth !




DawnOfDiablo666

I want your soul...Seriously..

50 XP

22nd August 2008

0 Uploads

410 Posts

0 Threads

#264 11 years ago
In 2030 instead of throwing your food in a microwave, you will throw it in a miniature LHC. However about %50 of the time your food will get swallowed by a black hole. The other %50 of the time it will come out perfect.

That idea just plain sickens me... You guys are praising a new sceintific feat of life, but you downgrade the microwave?! How would like it if you made a Hungry Man meal, just the right one for once, and then it's gets sucked into a small black hole! By god you guys just make me sick... :lol:




Mr. Pedantic

I would die without GF

234,620 XP

8th October 2006

0 Uploads

23,127 Posts

0 Threads

#265 11 years ago

I for one, wouldn't mind, because Ive never had a Hungry Man meal...whatever one of those are.

And I wouldn't mind if nobody had a microwave either, we almost never use ours.




OggY Black Mask

0ggY iS bAck B17Ch5

50 XP

28th March 2005

0 Uploads

362 Posts

0 Threads

#266 11 years ago

Well, I believe that what they are doing in CERN needs to be done. To prove theories of the big bang and so fourth....And maybe even other things we yet dont know about. The idea of a blackhole being created, its a possibilty. Now, i must say some people have said if a black hole is created, it will most probably die; Because of its minute size. That could be correct. But even a tiny black hole could do a lot of damage. No one has actually lived long enough, to witness what a black hole does through its entire life, and so our knowledge of them is rather scepticle. A small black hole, could easily become a large black hole given the right circumstances* (these again are scepticle circumstances) As it is said Black holes are made of Dark mata, which can even suck in light. Now.....If something can SUCK in LIGHT .... A small one could suck in almost anything, and then grow pretty rapidly! But dont worry all. If a black hole did spring up, we wouldnt even hear about it to be honest. We would all be pretty dam dead. All that would be left is...well Nothing. So if you fear that these Swedes, or frenchies may destroy all that we know, and Will ever know, i reckon you start living the dream! Get yourself some beer, sleep with as many people **of the opposite sex please!** - and then get a gun and go on a rampage. After all its the end of the universe.... Lets PArty.:beer:




Guest

I didn't make it!

0 XP

 
#267 11 years ago

Mate it can N E V E R , you get, NEVER expand to eat the earth, EVER, E V E R ! Earth does not contain enough energy to do it.It could use all of earths mass, yes were all dead at that point and still not create a sustainable blackhole.You get ? Your safe as pie. Dont get no gun and rampage only fukwits do such things.Shoot yaself instead and do it where no kids will find you, ............man enough ?




Pethegreat Advanced Member

Lord of the Peach

70 XP

19th April 2004

0 Uploads

20,892 Posts

0 Threads

#268 11 years ago

Mr. Pedantic;4595688I for one, wouldn't mind, because Ive never had a Hungry Man meal...whatever one of those are.

And I wouldn't mind if nobody had a microwave either, we almost never use ours.

Hungry man meals must be a US only thing. They are not that great for you food wise, but they will fill you up.

I live in a dorm, so I use a microwave when I want to cook something in the room. I do prefer a toaster oven to a microwave, but fire codes prevent me from having one as of now.

That idea just plain sickens me... You guys are praising a new sceintific feat of life, but you downgrade the microwave?!

Microwaves were an amazing, yet accidental discovery. Black holes could also be an amazing, yet accidental discovery.

Dex is right. Black holes need mass to feed and grow off of. Black holes, like the ones in that hold galaxies together have had billions of years to feed and merge with other black holes to reach the size that they are today. A black hole formed by smashing atoms together weighs about as much as an atom. The mass is simply in a smaller space.

I am doing some reading on black hole and their evaporation. I found that smaller black holes evaporate at a faster rate than larger black holes. According to the Standard model of particle physics, the LHC won't have enough power to make black holes. If the model is not correct, the LHC could make 1 black hole per second.




sammydesinas

lollollollollollollolloll ollol

50 XP

7th July 2008

0 Uploads

61 Posts

0 Threads

#269 11 years ago

My teacher told me about this and said they were re-creating the Big Bang on a smaller scale. This kind of worried me because after asking whether it wouldn't destroy us she siad : ' It's with tiny things anyway.'. But don't we know that reactions to chemical procedures can be much bigger than the things used? I mean look at a nuclear bomb (go to the war museum or something) and look at a 2 meter torpedo like thing. Yes, only slightly longer than you and me, but to think that it killed thousands of people is suddenly a bitter visualisation. So do we actually know the effects of these particles? I mean, coulden't thay create another big bang and destroy us?




Benzin

AAAAARGH!

50 XP

30th December 2006

0 Uploads

4,455 Posts

0 Threads

#270 11 years ago

Your teacher is a simple-minded, media-believing, tripe-eating, gossip-hungry bitch/dick (depending on gender)

People who say stuff like that are really not worth listening to.