Will we all die on wednesday ?

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  1. Fuzzer Qdoos Contributor

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    although strange, i think it wud be cool if it did - we wud all get to find out what happens when we die :)

    but realisticly..come on! if there was even a possiblity of it working, do you think people would jsut stand there filming?still its a fun story till tomorrow lol
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    Stop Dreaming Scientists!

    Get A Life! :mad:
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    Some are now saying that there will be lots of little black holes created that will collapse after a few milliseconds. Well if it does end, it's been nice chatting with you:worried:
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    lol every time i think about it, it makes me think of programs like star trek and Star gate, the thing is i can actually believe that something could come of this, not in terms of dyeing and the world ending but possibly finding away to create another technology or some thing
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    Just a thought, if one of these black holes is created and someone jumps into it where will he/she end up? Maybe on a planet with some decent television programmes.
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    lmao yeah possibly, ive just had skysports news on most of the day, gets boring after an hour or so
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    However...

    Good Bye everyone if such thing happens!!!
    Lets meet in the black hole! (you wrote 'black whole' - River!)
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    Dont' worry at all, there is no danger from Large Hadron Collider (LHC) which is activated now.

    Prof Stephen Hawking of Cambridge University who said that the LHC is “feeble compared with what goes on in the universe. If a disaster was going to happen, it would have happened already.”

    The first collisions are expected in around 30 days.
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    omg! whats that coming over the hill?is it a black hole????
  11. Midwest Super Moderator

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    Well, the big machine has been fired up earlier today..but it seems we're still in one piece..at least for the moment:D
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    We have a small stay of execution.

    I heard this will solve some of Physics greatest mysteries, never mind that, lets solve the simple things that affect us all, like why does toast land butter side DOWN?
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    Damn, I am dead... Dead man walking. :p
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    Yesterday I had a very bad dream about this big bang LHC experiment.
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    Hehe..that's a good one. Solving the problem of why does toast lands butter side down is more important than their LHC toy, indeed. Good point here, Alan :D
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    No, I can't die like a virgin.

    I think they using 1000-1500 scientist not a labour. And They thinking about all the adv and disadv. They should be careful about that.
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    You will not die. There are many collaiders all over the world.. lhc is the biggest one, also but protected well..
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    I really wouldnt worry about it if I were you, but we all are going to die on 2012
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    seems like we all lived

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