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Re: Scientists Not So Sure 'Doomsday Machine' Won't Destroy Worl

Post by Towelie » Tue Jan 27, 2009 9:09 pm

Any form of negative mass particles can be devastating - think of what they are its mass with a negative count. dark matters more like the gravity from these.

Re: Scientists Not So Sure 'Doomsday Machine' Won't Destroy Worl

Post by Wrathofkahn » Tue Jan 27, 2009 9:06 pm

probably the hadron or "god particle"as the name insinuates .

Re: Scientists Not So Sure 'Doomsday Machine' Won't Destroy Worl

Post by Tobygrey » Tue Jan 27, 2009 8:54 pm

towelie wrote:To be honest its not the possibility of a black hole that spooks me the most (a black hole would be real bad could destroy out system.) Believe it or not it could be even worse than this as a result of extra unknowns ie- additional gravity(from galactic plane) could cause even more negative mass exotic particles (these are in black holes) but withought the gravity of a black hole they could actualy rip space-time (this would get rid of the universe.) This is realy why we shouldnt untill we know more.


What kind of negative mass exotic particles ?
you mean dark matter ?

Re: Scientists Not So Sure 'Doomsday Machine' Won't Destroy Worl

Post by Tobygrey » Tue Jan 27, 2009 8:47 pm

debris765nju wrote:it is generally accepted that black holes suck, but that is in space. I fear that if you create a black hole within our atmoshere we might get an ever expanding fire that cannot be put out until all the oxygen is depleted. that of course would not stop the black hole but then we wouldn't be around to know that.


i dont think that a black hole will react diffrentley to our atmosphere than how it will react in space, but yeah if a black hole gets anny momentom from all the matter it can suck in, it will be unstoppible, and anny fire produced by anny explosion will be instantley put out, the black hole will just suck it up. so a fire wont last long with a black hole.

Re: Scientists Not So Sure 'Doomsday Machine' Won't Destroy Worl

Post by Towelie » Tue Jan 27, 2009 8:46 pm

To be honest its not the possibility of a black hole that spooks me the most (a black hole would be real bad could destroy out system.) Believe it or not it could be even worse than this as a result of extra unknowns ie- additional gravity(from galactic plane) could cause even more negative mass exotic particles (these are in black holes) but withought the gravity of a black hole they could actualy rip space-time (this would get rid of the universe.) This is realy why we shouldnt untill we know more.

Re: Scientists Not So Sure 'Doomsday Machine' Won't Destroy Worl

Post by Debris765nju » Tue Jan 27, 2009 8:39 pm

it is generally accepted that black holes suck, but that is in space. I fear that if you create a black hole within our atmoshere we might get an ever expanding fire that cannot be put out until all the oxygen is depleted. that of course would not stop the black hole but then we wouldn't be around to know that.

Re: Scientists Not So Sure 'Doomsday Machine' Won't Destroy Worl

Post by Tobygrey » Tue Jan 27, 2009 8:32 pm

Talking about bad omens !
ai

Boooooooooooooooooooooooooooom :badair:
there we go !
buy buy

Re: Scientists Not So Sure 'Doomsday Machine' Won't Destroy Worl

Post by Towelie » Tue Jan 27, 2009 8:30 pm

Theyve already had three explosions there - not a good start.

Re: Scientists Not So Sure 'Doomsday Machine' Won't Destroy Worl

Post by Tobygrey » Tue Jan 27, 2009 8:28 pm

I agree, its to dangerous.
but i think it going to happen annyway they already made up there mind.

its gonna happen, its build and they wont just let it go to waste so the speak.

evin if they will tell us for some reason that they will wait untill they have more data.
they will do it annyway without consent, becouse thats just the way it works.

again i agree with your statement that its to dangerous without more researce!
but there is nothing we can do!
its a shame realy!!

We all could die becouse the impationt morons !
(exuuse my english)

Re: Scientists Not So Sure 'Doomsday Machine' Won't Destroy Worl

Post by Towelie » Tue Jan 27, 2009 8:21 pm

Loadsa great possibilities if it goes well - but is it worth the risk.
I think it shouldve been left alone for the time being, atleast untill we know more theres still too many unknown variables.

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