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Thread: Large Hadron Collider

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    When Time Stood Still Metranisome's Avatar
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    Everyone knows that it won’t make a black hole... no no no not a black hole at all! It’s really a portal generator!

    That’s why he’s there!

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    Now where's the G-man?

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    My god people actually think they will open a black hole that will swallow the earth? Please! I look forward to the research this thing will make possible.
    There's always a group howling conspiracy, especially where science is concerned. I saw some people freaking out about this test run on TV the other day. Look how many people and governments like ours freak out over the amazing prospects offered through cloning, genetic engineering and stem cell research and do their best to put a stop to it or make decent research practically impossible. Like I said above, let the black hole come - I've always wanted to be spaghettified!

    I'm actually surprised the religos haven't been protesting more since it is being used for researching the 'big bang'. I haven't tuned in to the 700 Club in a while, maybe the order of importance goes: evolution, Harry Potter books, Mc Donalds and then the LHC?

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    Quote Originally Posted by swords View Post
    I'm actually surprised the religos haven't been protesting more since it is being used for researching the 'big bang'. I haven't tuned in to the 700 Club in a while, maybe the order of importance goes: evolution, Harry Potter books, Mc Donalds and then the LHC?
    Actually I find that most Christian religions actually endorse the big bang because they feel the only way you can get "something" from "nothing" is by the intervention of "God". The just do not see the paradox therein...
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    I like this:

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    Can you say Black Mesa,get your crow bar ready!

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    You will be baked... and then there will be cake



    Actually it would be awesome of a black hole was created (but not if it destroyed the earth) because the only way they theorize that a black hole could be created is if a theory involving multiple dimensions was right... I forget but they said that it had something to do with dimensions.
    that makes no logic

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    As sad as I might be if the world were to get swallowed into an infinitely small point in space... What a way to go! I say bring it on! I'll enjoy my stretching time to infinity for... well... forever!

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