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"CERN CANNOT CONTINUE LHC EXPERIMENT"..............micro blackholes arise quicker than expected,DO NOT EVAPORATE and undetected
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 11535467:MV8xODE4NDIyXzMwMjc3MTg4XzY4NUEyQjVF] [quote:IM ZORRO DAMMIT:MV8xODE4NDIyXzMwMjc3MDM1X0Y0RERFNDFG] [quote:Ponytailjones 12215240:MV8xODE4NDIyXzMwMjc2OTk1X0I5NUY1MDdG] Black holes are not space magic. They cannot be more powerful than the energy that created them. And the energy creating them, is minute, to the extreme. People tend to think of black holes as a void or something that just sucks up matter. It's not, it's a physical object, a physical phenomenon, bound to the laws of physics. Energy cannot be created out of nothing. You can't get more energy out of a process than you put into it. [/quote] Ahh.....but that is the argument for the big bang and that is the EXACT particle CERN is looking for the HIGGS BOSON OR THE GOD PARTICLE [/quote] ? First of all I don't think you understand what is currently implied with the big bang nor is your higgs boson field argument a logical followup to your statement. [/quote]
link to lifeboat.com
The article in the link is by one of the scientists who was involved with the failed lawsuit against CERN from being started.
March 24, 2012
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