Wii_Man876 said: I tinkt his is a lod of crap. Anyone supersticious (or stupid) enough to believe that a tiny chance of something bad happening is still enough to drive them insane. Nothing is going to happen, if somethign does. We wont feel it, or know what happened, we would be freakign dead!. Ka Put
BundaH said: mjmmjm said: Are you currently sitting in your underground bomb shelter fearing a freak cyclone that is gonna wipe out your city. No, because it's unlikely. The chances of that happening are more likely then this thing creating a black hole that destroys the world so why worry.
It's not like a bomb shelter is going to protect anyone from a black hole anyway.
parlezino said: How do you know? Are you an astrophysisist, rocket scientist or vice president of MENSA?
Give us something constructive Bundah, like I dunno.. facts? I don't fully understand it, but the educated ones like those on TV or even Tom who seems to know his sh*t are more convincing than every other crackpot, foil hat wearing, comic book guy, Heavens Gate mo'fo who says the world is going to end!
mjmmjm said: You said we do not need to take this "risk". And we are disagreeing with you.
I did not once say the world would end. I clearly stated that there is a chance of a black hole, or a big bang. That's all, and I'm defending my arguement like any other person can, or would.
BundaH said: ...a potential wipe-out of everything?
tomvale13 said: Oh and Bunda, a Stangelet is a hypothetical clump of particles including 'quarks' strange particles, not indivisible but smaller than protons and electrons.
but I probably shouldnt have told you that.. add another layer of foil, she'll be right.
tomvale13 said: sorry for double post but I have found some tangible info from a good source:
The report explains that if particle collisions at the LHC had the power to destroy the Earth, we would never have been given the chance to exist, because regular interactions with more energetic cosmic rays would already have destroyed the Earth or other astronomical bodies.
The Safety Assessment Group writes, “Nature has already conducted the equivalent of about a hundred thousand LHC experimental programmes on Earth – and the planet still exists.”
Thats all I was getting at.
20seven said: may i just say one thing, whoever thinks there is going to be a blackhole that will destroy earth.. is a twat!
Elraro said: So today I was walking to work when I tripped over a pothole in the pathway. I could have sworn it wasn't there 5 minutes ago. I think my foot just stepped into the black hole and into another dimension...must be a very rotten dimension cause it smelled really bad...
...actually, never mind. I just stepped in dog crap.
McQueen said: Wow, what an argument i just read. That's why it's better to either know nothing and not argue or to know something and not argue lol
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