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Scientists: Let's "tear apart the vacuum of space" and see what happens!!!

 
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Scientists: Let's "tear apart the vacuum of space" and see what happens!!!
Is this really a good idea? Tear apart the fabric of space-time? What if it doesn't stop tearing? Are the scientists getting reckless with our universe?

[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]

World's most powerful laser to tear apart the vacuum of space

Due to follow in the footsteps of the Large Hadron Collider, the latest "big science" experiment being proposed by physicists will see the world's most powerful laser being constructed.

Capable of producing a beam of light so intense that it would be equivalent to the power received by the Earth from the sun focused onto a speck smaller than a tip of a pin, scientists claim it could allow them boil the very fabric of space – the vacuum.

Contrary to popular belief, a vacuum is not devoid of material but in fact fizzles with tiny mysterious particles that pop in and out of existence, but at speeds so fast that no one has been able to prove they exist.

The Extreme Light Infrastructure Ultra-High Field Facility would produce a laser so intense that scientists say it would allow them to reveal these particles for the first time by pulling this vacuum "fabric" apart.

They also believe it could even allow them to prove whether extra-dimensions exist.

More at : [link to www.telegraph.co.uk]
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singularity?
also, when is this going to happen? december 2012?

i just made that up. but what if....

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Re: Scientists: Let's "tear apart the vacuum of space" and see what happens!!!
sure why not, we all know they and tptb own the universe. freakin depraved monsters.
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Woah dude
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singularity?
also, when is this going to happen? december 2012?

i just made that up. but what if....
 Quoting: SmuRidley
if they are talking publicly about it now it means they have been doing it for a long time already. maybe it's why things are so freaky now.
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very interesting hiding
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Re: Scientists: Let's "tear apart the vacuum of space" and see what happens!!!
Physicist Ron Mallet has a theory of data transmission through laser-warped space. A digital time machine that can send information backwards in time, all that's missing from his theory becoming an experiment is a powerful enough laser.

“Einstein showed that mass and energy are the same thing,” said Mallett, who published his first research on time travel in 2000 in Physics Letters. “The time machine we’ve designed uses light in the form of circulating lasers to warp or loop time instead of using massive objects.”
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very interesting hiding
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from the article

"Dr Thomas Heinzl, an associate professor of theoretical physics at Plymouth University, said: "ELI is going to take us into an uncharted regime of physics. There could well be some surprises along the way."

that is if you are still around to be surprised, or, if you already don't know (surprises for whom?).
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Re: Scientists: Let's "tear apart the vacuum of space" and see what happens!!!
Brought to you by the same idiots that decided that it would be fun to make Black Holes on Earth (Large Hadron Collider).
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very interesting hiding
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from the article

"Dr Thomas Heinzl, an associate professor of theoretical physics at Plymouth University, said: "ELI is going to take us into an uncharted regime of physics. There could well be some surprises along the way."

that is if you are still around to be surprised, or, if you already don't know (surprises for whom?).
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Re: Scientists: Let's "tear apart the vacuum of space" and see what happens!!!
Will they be doing this on 11.11.11?
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Brought to you by the same idiots that decided that it would be fun to make Black Holes on Earth (Large Hadron Collider).
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But the THEORIES say black holes will evaporate. tard U no love science? Shame. Shame.
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Re: Scientists: Let's "tear apart the vacuum of space" and see what happens!!!
You get the results you design the machine for, or put another way science creates its end product/result indirectly through its own process.

Makes you wonder why science is so obsessed with creating boxes that destroy the fabric of space and time?

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Brought to you by the same idiots that decided that it would be fun to make Black Holes on Earth (Large Hadron Collider).
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it really is criminal. crimes against humanity. this is truly bizarro world.
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sure why not, we all know they and tptb own the universe. freakin depraved monsters.
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Not own the Universe , but freakin depraved freaks YES . They cant really help it as it is their nature and untill they connect with a higher value , GOD and real knowledge , then that nature will play itself out unchecked in this age of ignorance and quarrel .
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Re: Scientists: Let's "tear apart the vacuum of space" and see what happens!!!
singularity?
also, when is this going to happen? december 2012?

i just made that up. but what if....
 Quoting: SmuRidley
if they are talking publicly about it now it means they have been doing it for a long time already. maybe it's why things are so freaky now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2706830


Thats a very good point you make .

This kind of stuff is so much more important as endless threads downing OWS propaganda . the whole site haas become devoted to that useless stuf , but when a real threat appears in this kind of science then it hardly raises much of a look from the dullards screaming about OWS is this and that side tracking .

Protest movements come and go but how often are the scientists telling you they are about to rip apart the fabfric of time and allow in a whole Dr WHO series of monsters or alternate reality collides !!
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Re: Scientists: Let's "tear apart the vacuum of space" and see what happens!!!
Will they be doing this on 11.11.11?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1311657


they still have to build the laser so it prob won't be ready until 12-21-2012

lmao
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Re: Scientists: Let's "tear apart the vacuum of space" and see what happens!!!
Will they be doing this on 11.11.11?
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they still have to build the laser so it prob won't be ready until 12-21-2012

lmao
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big_smile
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Re: Scientists: Let's "tear apart the vacuum of space" and see what happens!!!
Brought to you by the same idiots that decided that it would be fun to make Black Holes on Earth (Large Hadron Collider).
 Quoting: Sky Pilot

You do understand that a black hole only has the same gravitational attraction as the matter had before it collapsed...??

So a particle-sized black hole would have the same 'pull' as the original subatomic particle had.
It WOULD NOT suck in everything around it.

Oh - I also assume you don't know that subatomic black holes evaporate almost instantaneously....

So - even if they did create subatomic black holes at CERN, they would exert no extra gravity whatsoever, and would ony exist for the tiniest fraction of a second.

Stop trying to scaremonger, and learn some real physics.
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Re: Scientists: Let's "tear apart the vacuum of space" and see what happens!!!
Brought to you by the same idiots that decided that it would be fun to make Black Holes on Earth (Large Hadron Collider).
 Quoting: Sky Pilot

You do understand that a black hole only has the same gravitational attraction as the matter had before it collapsed...??

So a particle-sized black hole would have the same 'pull' as the original subatomic particle had.
It WOULD NOT suck in everything around it.

Oh - I also assume you don't know that subatomic black holes evaporate almost instantaneously....

So - even if they did create subatomic black holes at CERN, they would exert no extra gravity whatsoever, and would ony exist for the tiniest fraction of a second.

Stop trying to scaremonger, and learn some real physics.
 Quoting: Paddy O'Daws



which universe's real physics is that? like going into the "real world" across the seas before Columbus (assuming that history is true).

""Dr Thomas Heinzl, an associate professor of theoretical physics at Plymouth University, said: "ELI is going to take us into an uncharted regime of physics. There could well be some surprises along the way." "
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