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http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/features/article1630897.ece

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By PAUL SUTHERLAND
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Published: 01 Sep 2008

SCIENTISTS are trying to stop the most powerful experiment ever – saying the black holes it will create could destroy the world.
Dubbed by some the Doomsday test, it will be carried out next week in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), located 300ft underground near the French-Swiss border.

The machine is 17 miles long and cost £4.4billion to create.

When its switch is pulled on September 10, this atom-smasher will become a virtual time machine, revealing what happened when the universe came into existence 14 billion years ago.

New particles of matter are expected to be discovered, new dimensions found beyond the four known, as scientists re-create conditions in the first BILLIONTHS of a second after the Big Bang.

The atom smasher ... the 17-mile-long machine that some fear will destroy our planet
Experts even predict that millions of tiny black holes will be produced — baby brothers of the monsters gobbling up dust and stars at the heart of the galaxies.

Secrets
That is why boffins are now trying to stop the project with a last-ditch challenge in the courts.

They fear the LHC experimenters are tinkering with the unknown and putting mankind — and our whole planet — at risk.

The group responsible for the experiment, the European Nuclear Research Centre (CERN), says that these mini black holes will vanish as quickly as they are created.

But the anti-CERN brigade accuse the scientists of playing God, warning that no one can guarantee that the black holes will not survive, rapidly growing in size to suck the Earth out of existence in an instant.

But CERN, which includes several UK scientists, say their work is vital to unlock the secrets of matter that forms everything known in the universe.

In the experiment, atomic particles will be fired in opposite directions along the 17-mile long underground ring — the length of the Circle Line on the London Underground.

They will travel so fast that they make 11,245 trips around the tunnel every SECOND.

From the collisions, boffins expect to discover a fundamental bit of the atom, called the Higgs boson, that is expected to exist but which has never been seen.

Professor Otto Rossler, from the Eberhard Karls University of Tubingen in Germany, is one of the scientists mounting the legal challenge at the European Court of Human Rights against 20 countries which are funding the project.

He said: “It is quite plausible that these little black holes will survive and will grow and eat the planet from the inside out.”

A CERN spokesman said: “It will not be producing anything that does not already happen routinely in nature.”




This article was published on the 1st of September, and 9 days later is the 10th of September. The 10th of September is my birthday and the 11th of September was the destruction of the Twin Towers.

Do you believe this, or do you think it's just "BAH HUMBUG"? I think it's Bah Humbug. If nothing happens after school on that day, I'm going to yell around the school yard really, really LOUD! I'm not telling you what, though.

Also, can I just get a "Happy Birthday" when I become a 14 year old moderator?

Thanks
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I'm not really sure about that Blackhole thingy... But if it IS a true, then yes, we're doomed.
BAH HUMBUG.


I'll be sure to greet you in this thread, if necessary. Just in case that you don't feel guilty about the Twin Towers accident or this, which probably can affect your Birthday mood and all.
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Nakapagpabagabag wrote:

I'm not really sure about that Blackhole thingy... But if it IS a true and clear shot, then yes, we're doomed.
BAH HUMBUG.


I'll be sure to greet you in this thread, if necessary. Just in case that you don't feel guilty about the Twin Towers accident, which probably can affect your Birthday mood and all.


There was this girl in my 7th grade class who was born on 9/11 I don't I really need to feel guilty because of her
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zen03y wrote:

There was this girl in my 7th grade class who was born on 9/11 I don't I really need to feel guilty because of her


Ahh, such luck. Things do happen in some random way.
Well, the end is drawing near and so is your Birthday. Might as well try and greet you as early as possible.
That will be for later, sadly. I'm still NOT into this 'World End' thingy.

*Plays 'World Ends' by Flow; Code Geass R2 Ending Song*
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I was always fascinated by space. They need to continue that experiment!!
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could someone please arrange this atom breaker to my ex girlfriend. thanks.
Posted 9/2/08 , edited 9/2/08

zen03y wrote:

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/features/article1630897.ece

If the link doesn't work, copy and paste. Sorry if this is duplicate.


By PAUL SUTHERLAND
Sun Spaceman

Published: 01 Sep 2008

SCIENTISTS are trying to stop the most powerful experiment ever – saying the black holes it will create could destroy the world.
Dubbed by some the Doomsday test, it will be carried out next week in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), located 300ft underground near the French-Swiss border.

The machine is 17 miles long and cost £4.4billion to create.

When its switch is pulled on September 10, this atom-smasher will become a virtual time machine, revealing what happened when the universe came into existence 14 billion years ago.

New particles of matter are expected to be discovered, new dimensions found beyond the four known, as scientists re-create conditions in the first BILLIONTHS of a second after the Big Bang.

The atom smasher ... the 17-mile-long machine that some fear will destroy our planet
Experts even predict that millions of tiny black holes will be produced — baby brothers of the monsters gobbling up dust and stars at the heart of the galaxies.

Secrets
That is why boffins are now trying to stop the project with a last-ditch challenge in the courts.

They fear the LHC experimenters are tinkering with the unknown and putting mankind — and our whole planet — at risk.

The group responsible for the experiment, the European Nuclear Research Centre (CERN), says that these mini black holes will vanish as quickly as they are created.

But the anti-CERN brigade accuse the scientists of playing God, warning that no one can guarantee that the black holes will not survive, rapidly growing in size to suck the Earth out of existence in an instant.

But CERN, which includes several UK scientists, say their work is vital to unlock the secrets of matter that forms everything known in the universe.

In the experiment, atomic particles will be fired in opposite directions along the 17-mile long underground ring — the length of the Circle Line on the London Underground.

They will travel so fast that they make 11,245 trips around the tunnel every SECOND.

From the collisions, boffins expect to discover a fundamental bit of the atom, called the Higgs boson, that is expected to exist but which has never been seen.

Professor Otto Rossler, from the Eberhard Karls University of Tubingen in Germany, is one of the scientists mounting the legal challenge at the European Court of Human Rights against 20 countries which are funding the project.

He said: “It is quite plausible that these little black holes will survive and will grow and eat the planet from the inside out.”

A CERN spokesman said: “It will not be producing anything that does not already happen routinely in nature.”




This article was published on the 1st of September, and 9 days later is the 10th of September. The 10th of September is my birthday and the 11th of September was the destruction of the Twin Towers.

Do you believe this, or do you think it's just "BAH HUMBUG"? I think it's Bah Humbug. If nothing happens after school on that day, I'm going to yell around the school yard really, really LOUD! I'm not telling you what, though.

Also, can I just get a "Happy Birthday" when I become a 14 year old moderator?

Thanks

I did not read the whole shibang [or at all]. Pfft. You're not special.

If it hits on your birthday, then I don't believe you.
If it happens in my birthday, then I'll believe.

I was born in the time phrase perfectly divided by the number 4. Same goes with my horoscope. Or my roll call number in class.
But I don't consider it special or stuff. beeeeeeeh! belat! =P
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BAH HUMBUG the world will end on 21/12/2012 (12/21/2012)
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whatsome wrote:
I did not read the whole shibang [or at all]. Pfft. You're not special.

If it hits on your birthday, then I don't believe you.
If it happens in my birthday, then I'll believe.

I was born in the time phrase perfectly divided by the number 4. Same goes with my horoscope. Or my roll call number in class.
But I don't consider it special or stuff. beeeeeeeh! belat! =P


Yeah same I just wanted to show everyone the BAH HUMBUG
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DUCK AND COVER!!!!!!
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Posted 9/2/08 , edited 9/2/08

zen03y wrote:

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/features/article1630897.ece

If the link doesn't work, copy and paste. Sorry if this is duplicate.


By PAUL SUTHERLAND
Sun Spaceman

Published: 01 Sep 2008

SCIENTISTS are trying to stop the most powerful experiment ever – saying the black holes it will create could destroy the world.
Dubbed by some the Doomsday test, it will be carried out next week in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), located 300ft underground near the French-Swiss border.

The machine is 17 miles long and cost £4.4billion to create.

When its switch is pulled on September 10, this atom-smasher will become a virtual time machine, revealing what happened when the universe came into existence 14 billion years ago.

New particles of matter are expected to be discovered, new dimensions found beyond the four known, as scientists re-create conditions in the first BILLIONTHS of a second after the Big Bang.

The atom smasher ... the 17-mile-long machine that some fear will destroy our planet
Experts even predict that millions of tiny black holes will be produced — baby brothers of the monsters gobbling up dust and stars at the heart of the galaxies.

Secrets
That is why boffins are now trying to stop the project with a last-ditch challenge in the courts.

They fear the LHC experimenters are tinkering with the unknown and putting mankind — and our whole planet — at risk.

The group responsible for the experiment, the European Nuclear Research Centre (CERN), says that these mini black holes will vanish as quickly as they are created.

But the anti-CERN brigade accuse the scientists of playing God, warning that no one can guarantee that the black holes will not survive, rapidly growing in size to suck the Earth out of existence in an instant.

But CERN, which includes several UK scientists, say their work is vital to unlock the secrets of matter that forms everything known in the universe.

In the experiment, atomic particles will be fired in opposite directions along the 17-mile long underground ring — the length of the Circle Line on the London Underground.

They will travel so fast that they make 11,245 trips around the tunnel every SECOND.

From the collisions, boffins expect to discover a fundamental bit of the atom, called the Higgs boson, that is expected to exist but which has never been seen.

Professor Otto Rossler, from the Eberhard Karls University of Tubingen in Germany, is one of the scientists mounting the legal challenge at the European Court of Human Rights against 20 countries which are funding the project.

He said: “It is quite plausible that these little black holes will survive and will grow and eat the planet from the inside out.”

A CERN spokesman said: “It will not be producing anything that does not already happen routinely in nature.”




This article was published on the 1st of September, and 9 days later is the 10th of September. The 10th of September is my birthday and the 11th of September was the destruction of the Twin Towers.

Do you believe this, or do you think it's just "BAH HUMBUG"? I think it's Bah Humbug. If nothing happens after school on that day, I'm going to yell around the school yard really, really LOUD! I'm not telling you what, though.

Also, can I just get a "Happy Birthday" when I become a 14 year old moderator?

Thanks






lolz happy early b-day =P
i think its Bah Humburg.
if anything 'will' happen it definelty wont be now or in nine days

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eh, i guess there are 2-3 other threads on the LHC already.

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zen03y wrote:

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/features/article1630897.ece

If the link doesn't work, copy and paste. Sorry if this is duplicate.


By PAUL SUTHERLAND
Sun Spaceman

Published: 01 Sep 2008

SCIENTISTS are trying to stop the most powerful experiment ever – saying the black holes it will create could destroy the world.
Dubbed by some the Doomsday test, it will be carried out next week in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), located 300ft underground near the French-Swiss border.

The machine is 17 miles long and cost £4.4billion to create.

When its switch is pulled on September 10, this atom-smasher will become a virtual time machine, revealing what happened when the universe came into existence 14 billion years ago.

New particles of matter are expected to be discovered, new dimensions found beyond the four known, as scientists re-create conditions in the first BILLIONTHS of a second after the Big Bang.

The atom smasher ... the 17-mile-long machine that some fear will destroy our planet
Experts even predict that millions of tiny black holes will be produced — baby brothers of the monsters gobbling up dust and stars at the heart of the galaxies.

Secrets
That is why boffins are now trying to stop the project with a last-ditch challenge in the courts.

They fear the LHC experimenters are tinkering with the unknown and putting mankind — and our whole planet — at risk.

The group responsible for the experiment, the European Nuclear Research Centre (CERN), says that these mini black holes will vanish as quickly as they are created.

But the anti-CERN brigade accuse the scientists of playing God, warning that no one can guarantee that the black holes will not survive, rapidly growing in size to suck the Earth out of existence in an instant.

But CERN, which includes several UK scientists, say their work is vital to unlock the secrets of matter that forms everything known in the universe.

In the experiment, atomic particles will be fired in opposite directions along the 17-mile long underground ring — the length of the Circle Line on the London Underground.

They will travel so fast that they make 11,245 trips around the tunnel every SECOND.

From the collisions, boffins expect to discover a fundamental bit of the atom, called the Higgs boson, that is expected to exist but which has never been seen.

Professor Otto Rossler, from the Eberhard Karls University of Tubingen in Germany, is one of the scientists mounting the legal challenge at the European Court of Human Rights against 20 countries which are funding the project.

He said: “It is quite plausible that these little black holes will survive and will grow and eat the planet from the inside out.”

A CERN spokesman said: “It will not be producing anything that does not already happen routinely in nature.”




This article was published on the 1st of September, and 9 days later is the 10th of September. The 10th of September is my birthday and the 11th of September was the destruction of the Twin Towers.

Do you believe this, or do you think it's just "BAH HUMBUG"? I think it's Bah Humbug. If nothing happens after school on that day, I'm going to yell around the school yard really, really LOUD! I'm not telling you what, though.

Also, can I just get a "Happy Birthday" when I become a 14 year old moderator?

Thanks



man ur are wrong.... that experiment have been reviewed by the expert scientific community (around 6000 of em), and what weird its that pplz that keep saying that Cern represent a thread to humans are not scientifics or pplz that studied science...btw here is a link if u dont mind reading..http://public.web.cern.ch/Public/en/LHC/Safety-en.html
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no, cuz i still want to do more things
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i don't know....if the world ends then it ends....there's nothing we can do to stop the mad scientists anyway....
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