Baby Bang experiment could open door to new dimension

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  1. Rodimus Prime

    Rodimus Prime Sola Gratia, Sola Fide TFW2005 Supporter

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    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/topic/story.cfm?c_id=325&objectid=10400645

     
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    This is such a bad idea it isn't even funny, I'm all for advancing science but this is a step to far. Miniature black holes? Come on, black holes destroy everything, I don't want to be anywhere near one of any size. It's also disturbing that they acknowledge what they intend to do could destroy the planet, it's a small chance but still I wouldn't be fucking with anything that could destroy the planet.
     
  3. Eric

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    This is something G1 Megatron himself would want. :p  But seriously, not a smart idea. If you create mini black holes, you'd be destroying everything. WRONG CHOICE!
     
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    Sounds like an accident waiting to happen.
     
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    How the hell do they know how to create a "mini big bang" anyway? That suggests they know how the full size version worked and they're just scaling it down, only they don't know how it worked. They're just smashing stuff together to see what happens.
    On the upside if it does destroy the planet we can all stop worrying about the movie.
     
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    I for one welcome this experiment, and other super science experiments in the future that may open the doors of knowlage about our universe.
     
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    This sounds like an episode of Eureka....
     
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    ""These beams will have the kinetic energy of an aircraft carrier slammed into the size of a zero on a 20p piece," Brian Cox of Manchester University told the annual meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science."

    Yippee. Hannibal Lecktor and the bad guy from X2, again, committing strange acts in the name of science.
     
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    I for one welcome our new multi-dimensional overlords.
     
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    It is the FARGATE
     
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    Oh Man, this is going to be SO cool.
     
  14. Nerd Bomber

    Nerd Bomber Consulting your needs

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    Ok, this didn't they do something like this in the week before in stargate atlantis?
     
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    03Mach1 Reason Has No Voice

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    This part concerns me a tad. If they don't understand it, why the hell are they doing it? It's like letting a doctor operate on you just because he can and right before you go under you hear him tell the nurse, "I don't really know how to do this."
     
  16. Cast

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    We're gonna die! this is so cool! And they might finally disprove this string theroy crap, good I hate the 10 dimentional crap, of course we'll all still be dead.
     
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    Everything will be fine, and if not then in a few million years when a new race comes into being they will sit around pondering what crated the universe and it will have been us!
     
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    Let me guess, they open a doorway to a new dimension and three teens in a flying Chevy emerge, chased by a pair of stone warriors.
     
  19. llamatron

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    Lollercopter.

    Also, watch as I now proclaim that these "scientists" are fools and that they've gone too far and will destroy us all - based purely on my viewing of popular tv's shows and films, despite clearly not having any knowledge in the area of particle physics.
     
  20. Cy-Kill

    Cy-Kill Slackers unite...tomorrow

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    So this is legit, eh? I'm just having trouble thinking that a piece of electronic machinery could be 27 kilometres long or wide (I'm hoping I misread it), and no one's really mentioned it. The hell is up with that?
     

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