Theory: Large Hadron Collider Could O...

Theory: Large Hadron Collider Could Open Unknown Portals

There are 25 comments on the naturalplane.blogspot.com story from Nov 12, 2009, titled Theory: Large Hadron Collider Could Open Unknown Portals . In it, naturalplane.blogspot.com reports that:

The LHC, built inside a 27-km circular subterranean tunnel deep beneath the Franco-Swiss border outside Geneva, functions like a sort of orbital motorway for extremely high-speed hadrons - typically either protons or lead ions.

Naturally, some extremely strange phenomena are to be expected when one mangles the very fabric of space-time itself in this fashion. Various eccentric nutballs have claimed that this would doom humanity in one fashion or another; perhaps converting the entire Earth, everything on it and possibly the rest of the universe too into "strangelet soup", monopole mulligatawny or some other sort of frightful sub-particulate blancmange or custard.

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weaselovercome

West Springfield, MA

#21 Nov 13, 2009
William Pena wrote:
Maybe we'll get lucky and it will just suck France into oblivion.
Or, better yet, exchange all organic matter with (your choice):
1)Afghanistan
2)Iraq
3)Sri Lanka
4)Israel
5)New Guinea
6)Paraguay
...teleportation can be a wonderful thing...

Since: Sep 09

Dexter, MI

#22 Nov 13, 2009
You can make hash pipes out of these!:0}

Since: Sep 09

Dexter, MI

#23 Nov 13, 2009
weaselovercome wrote:
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Or, better yet, exchange all organic matter with (your choice):
1)Afghanistan
2)Iraq
3)Sri Lanka
4)Israel
5)New Guinea
6)Paraguay
...teleportation can be a wonderful thing...
Everybody must get stoned!

“As seen on TV”

Since: Jul 09

40.6260°N, 75.3710°W

#24 Nov 13, 2009
Father Theresa wrote:
'All the Myriad Ways', Larry Niven.
Yep.

“Ding dong, Wacko's DEAD”

Since: Mar 08

Location hidden

#25 Nov 13, 2009
William Pena wrote:
Maybe we'll get lucky and it will just suck France into oblivion.
And moments later there will be another loud POP and everyone on Earth will have hairy armpits and stink.

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