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>_> "The World is going to end!" Yeah, sure.

Started by Lohn Jocke, September 04, 2008, 01:24:12 pm

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L10

Quote from: Live2Die989 on September 07, 2008, 04:54:17 pm
Quote from: Friendly Hostile on September 07, 2008, 04:50:32 pm
Quote from: Termanian_Knight on September 07, 2008, 04:28:00 pm
lol it's not possible for the Hadron Collider to make a mini black hole

what a silly rumor
lol says who

Says the safety Agency.
If a black hole WERE possible with it, it would most likely Be a small one, that cannot be seen with the human eye.
First thing that comes to mind is that they wouldn't want people to panic...
0o!f

Lohn Jocke

Quote from: Commissar Torgo on September 07, 2008, 04:56:23 pm
Quote from: Live2Die989 on September 07, 2008, 04:54:17 pm
Quote from: Friendly Hostile on September 07, 2008, 04:50:32 pm
Quote from: Termanian_Knight on September 07, 2008, 04:28:00 pm
lol it's not possible for the Hadron Collider to make a mini black hole

what a silly rumor
lol says who

Says the safety Agency.
If a black hole WERE possible with it, it would most likely Be a small one, that cannot be seen with the human eye.


aren't black holes unseeable to the naked eye anyway?


Well, aren't they, well, black? <_<
Bah, 'm not learning Space till later this year anyway.

L10

Who here is hoping for some excitement to happen

*raises hand*
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Tupin

Quote from: Lichig0 on September 07, 2008, 05:12:02 pm
Who here is hoping for some excitement to happen

*raises hand*

I hope something exciting happens as long it doesn't hurt anyone I care about.


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JrDude

I don't believe it, and even if it did happen, it doesn't mean the end of the world, no one knows what's on the other side of a black hole, people just assume it's bad because people are afraid of the unknown.
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Dude .

Level_9_Chao

Quote from: JrDude on September 07, 2008, 05:20:32 pm
I don't believe it, and even if it did happen, it doesn't mean the end of the world, no one knows what's on the other side of a black hole, people just assume it's bad because people are afraid of the unknown.


I thought that anything alive that entered a black hole pretty much died.
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Termanian_Knight

lol guys

a black hole is an extremely dense entity

that means you have to cram a lot of stuff into an itty bitty space

the hadron collider is basically a large machine used to smash particles against each other at high velocities, which scientists hope will allow two particles to connect and break into a billion little pieces, one of which they hope that they can see is the legendary gravitron, a theoretical particle that supposedly produces the effect we call gravity.

if they're just smashing several small particles together, how the hell does that make a black hole guys :\

L10

Quote from: Level_9_Chao on September 07, 2008, 05:30:42 pm
Quote from: JrDude on September 07, 2008, 05:20:32 pm
I don't believe it, and even if it did happen, it doesn't mean the end of the world, no one knows what's on the other side of a black hole, people just assume it's bad because people are afraid of the unknown.


I thought that anything alive that entered a black hole pretty much died.
Like to see someone prove what happens inside a black hole
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_GanonMetroid_

So i just read up on this. Basically, black holes are not expected to occur, though they say that there is a small chance, and that they should decay. If they don't decay, then we're intercourse ed.

However, scientists at CERN say that cosmic rays bombarding Earth that are exactly like the LHC have existed as long as Earth has, and that it would take 100,000 LHC experiments to match the number of collisions that the Earth has already experienced.

So basically, unless CERN is filled with mad scientists trying to undo existence and are lying to us in order to make this happen, we'll all be fine. There's really no reason for concern. My problem is that I get scared really easily, by very irrational things, so September 10 is going to be the longest day ever for me. I really hope everything goes smoothly, because Rock Band 2 comes out on the 14th. >:(

Silverhawk79

I just wanna get it over with so 4chan will shut up.
LOL LARGE HARDON [sic] COLLIDER

Cecil_and_Kain

I'm going to tell everyone that world is ending tomorrow so they freak out.

Ron

Quote from: Java_Java on September 04, 2008, 02:52:52 pm
Quote from: Tuppyluver1 on September 04, 2008, 01:31:15 pm
Wow, less than a week.

I don't believe it though. Same goes for the December 21st, 2012 prophecy.

But I want to see how people will react when it doesn't happen in both cases.  :D

The world gets to end on my birthday. :3
Haha really?
That's my birthday too.

Click me ^

Java

Quote from: Ron on September 08, 2008, 03:43:34 pm
Quote from: Java_Java on September 04, 2008, 02:52:52 pm
Quote from: Tuppyluver1 on September 04, 2008, 01:31:15 pm
Wow, less than a week.

I don't believe it though. Same goes for the December 21st, 2012 prophecy.

But I want to see how people will react when it doesn't happen in both cases.  :D

The world gets to end on my birthday. :3
Haha really?
That's my birthday too.

I know so many people with that birthday. :D

Gwen Khan

Quote from: Dill on September 04, 2008, 04:52:37 pm
I'm just glad Mr. Capitalism and his lovely wife and business partner Mrs. Consumption haven't gotten their greasy hands smeared all over this. Can you imagine how many people would buy themselves into bankruptcy if Wal-Mart had an "End of the world" liquidation sale?


oh, there is still time left

Zovistograt

Today, my AP Physics teacher got on a random tangent about the LHC.  According to him, in order to create a stable black hole that would end the world, you would need 3.5x the mass of our Sun, or over a million Earth masses.  So really, there isn't much to worry about at all.  He went on to call anybody who is saying the world is going to end idiots, and he pointed as reference to the false claim that the Hydrogen Bomb could possibly set the atmosphere on fire.
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