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(BBC-US)   Will we ever create a black hole in the laboratory?   (bbc.com) divider line 54
    More: Scary, black holes, exotic particle, Atomic Nucleus, weak forces, strong forces, fundamental forces, Planck, supermassive black holes  
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2013-07-17 12:46:28 AM  
John Titor predicted CERN would create micro singularities and General Electric would use them to create time machines.

2001 The prediction was made.
The black holes would be kept alive by feeding them a constant supply of electrons.

Put two black holes side by side and the area in between would open up space time for travel.
 
2013-07-17 01:10:42 PM  

Reverend J: Article/Math fail.


actually just html fail I guess.... 10201.6×10-35, and 1x10-15, respectively... cheers
 
2013-07-17 01:57:23 PM  

Slaxl: lordargent: Slaxl: Since black holes emit radiation, a tiny black hole should only last a very short time, not long enough to do any serious harm, so what's the problem? It's not like it'd feed, grow, and start swallowing the Earth.

1) Black holes will have the same mass as the material that was collapsed to create them.

2) Gravitation follows the inverse square law.

3) The reason that regular black holes are difficult to escape is because the mass of the sun (really big) is collapsed to a singularity (really small). So that all of the gravitational strength is concentrated on a tiny little point.

Therefore, if you want to create a black hole that's going to cause trouble here on earth, you need to start with a big mass ... like your mom.

Oh yeah? Well... if you want my comeback you'll have to scrape it off your mothers teeth.



What about using it as a way to dispense of garbage? If only a Mount Everest of material could make a black hole of dangerous proportions why not just make Mount Kilamanjaro's of trash, and black hole them up? Aside from the whole "gotta learn how to do it first", and the resources and effort required might not be that efficient a use of the energies... but still, less trash lying around?


That's... A pretty good question actually. And now you have me wondering.

Any science pros here willing to chime in on this one?
 
2013-07-17 04:04:21 PM  

El Morro: That's... A pretty good question actually. And now you have me wondering.

Any science pros here willing to chime in on this one?


No takers? Let's start our own black hole trash compacting company, with hookers, and blackjack.
 
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