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(Science Daily)   Scientists now unsure at what size a black hole can start eating planets, still no plans to stop LHC   ( sciencedaily.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, black holes, planets, LHC, Gemini Observatory, X-Rays, Chinese Academy of Sciences, scientists, stellar winds  
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2013-12-02 05:29:52 PM  
There is neither enough mass or energy to create a continuous black hole on earth. Our own sun is not enough mass.
 
2013-12-02 06:29:50 PM  

viscountalpha: There is neither enough mass or energy to create a continuous black hole on earth. Our own sun is not enough mass.


It's not a function of mass.  It's a function of density.  Duration is a function of size and hawking radiation.
 
2013-12-02 10:26:08 PM  
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