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Could the world end in nine days?


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#31
keithr128

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Did you just create that site? Or did you find it somewhere...?


I just came across it.
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I just read an article at http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/24525554 and from what I read it appears that once they get this thing fired up they intend on leaving it running for several years.

So I guess we have to worry about the black hole for quite some time :)
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It has been started up but it will be a while before they start the first collisions, but so far so good.

In terms of scientists finding answers, they will always try I know as someone who has spent time among some truly great scientists that they will not give up because something is hard. I think eventually we will find all the answers, but its going to take a very long time to do it.
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And it was a success:

http://news.yahoo.co..._on_sc/big_bang
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Interesting...
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Just think... if we were not talking about it here I probably would of never known about it :) it really is kind of Interesting.
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Ya know.... I was thinking the same thing! :)
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If Cern had never existed you would still not have known about it as they were the people that pioneered the internet.
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If Cern had never existed you would still not have known about it as they were the people that pioneered the internet.


:)



what would we do with out the internet.... :)
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http://www.thesun.co...icle1630897.ece

I'm scared.


Anything could Happen
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for some reason, I can't access any yahoo site since yesterday... :sigh:
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for some reason, I can't access any yahoo site since yesterday... :sigh:


Well, I've been having problems with Windows Live Messenger since yesterday, although YahooIM seems to be working fine...
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Another article.
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Wow, I just noticed that I have more grey hair today.
This machine is not a time machine. It will not show the earths creation, or the start of life.
It will show what happens when you smash atoms together at high speed.
There is nothing supernatural about it.

Edited by hfcg, 11 September 2008 - 10:51 AM.

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:) Scientist say the machine had a minimal chance of creating black holes. They fired it, but nothing happened, but then again its not at full power yet..... *starts stocking up on twinkies and hashbrowns*
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