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Black holes in space are intelligent civilizations who couldn't control CERN-type machines???

 
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11/17/2009 02:40 AM
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Black holes in space are intelligent civilizations who couldn't control CERN-type machines???
Have you ever wonder how many black holes out there in space could have actually been produced by some intelligent civilization who were swallowed by it due to e CERN type experiment that went wrong??

I mean everything is possible.
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11/17/2009 03:22 AM
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Re: Black holes in space are intelligent civilizations who couldn't control CERN-type machines???
Yeah, thats the kind of deep thinking i do too.

Who knows, maybe ascension of humanity is destined to happen in just that way. Once we learned how to create such "god like" technology, it became time to ascend into "Another dimension" through the one thing we couldn't and never would understand. The black hole.

It would seem like a sure way for EVERY PERSON to go all at once.

Cool idea, but not likely.
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Re: Black holes in space are intelligent civilizations who couldn't control CERN-type machines???
Have you ever wonder how many black holes out there in space could have actually been produced by some intelligent civilization who were swallowed by it due to e CERN type experiment that went wrong??

I mean everything is possible.
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That doesn't mean everything is consistent with observation though. All observed black hole candidates are either of stellar mass, or supermassive objects at galactic centres. No low-mass black hole has ever been detected - but then again, they'd be substantially harder to spot, since it's their gravitational effect on their neighbours we detect.

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