Big Bang Test

Evidently the Big Bang Test did nopt destroy the world after all...

Do we now know how the universe started?

Was it worth more than 7 billion dollars?

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You sound like you're sorry...

Don't lose heart. The end of the world might arrive any day now. We will never know what hit us.

The US spends half a billion dollars a day on the war in Iraq and you are concerened that several European countries pooled their money and spent seven billion (fourteen day's war budget) on a machine that could give us more knowlege and insight into the universe than all others before it?

It's not ONE experiment. The LHC will perform hundreds of experiment over the next several years. All that has been done so far is a test to see if it works.

Ignorance can be cured, but stupidity lasts forever.

The big bang is just a scientific theory based on the current scientific knowledge of mankind. How as new knowlegde is acquired,then theories are bound to change or be reinforced. So do not fear that an experint of that magnitude willdestroy the earth and the world is as old as it's. All other ages given are based on believes or extent of human scientific knowledge based on some fundamental assumptions. Think about it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

If you will have noticed, LHC at CERN near Geneva may have dimmed half the lights in France, Switzerland, and Italy, and yes, it DID create black holes.  But oddly enough, we didn't collapse into them.  That is because a bh must be at least .25 Solar Mass to last more than a the short while the HHC experiment is on.  Put your fears to rest, we're not going to collapse into a black hole.  But if you want to know what can go wrong, rest assured that Murphy's Law still applies: anything that can go wrong has already gone wrong, but you simply didn't detect it before the whole machine turns into scrap. 

Even light will bend to do our bidding if we apply force correctly. The lowest servant in Heaven is still in Heaven, whoever rules in hell is still in hell, but they won't rule for long. No man stands taller than when he stoops to help a little child.

the experience is only beginning. it is planned for 15 years.

divise the amount of money to the number of years and to the number of scientists involved.

Get people, not machines.

The HHC experiment at CERN will open new vistas into the construction of matter, time, space, nuclear forces, and much more. The thing is, this is a non-military project but would doubtless require secrecy about the resuilts of their experiments: the weapon potential of a massive black hole would be an order of magnitude greater than any weapon we have made to date. That is the problem. I, for one, am glad that scientific discipline will keep the worst from happening.

Even light will bend to do our bidding if we apply force correctly. The lowest servant in Heaven is still in Heaven, whoever rules in hell is still in hell, but they won't rule for long. No man stands taller than when he stoops to help a little child.

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