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Post by TheHidden01 on Wed Sep 10, 2008 5:48 pm

Has anyone been following this? The benefits of this could be cures to cancer, to new discoveries about the universe around us.

Recently though there has been worries that a black hole could be formed and that it could destroy everything we know!

They began the experiement nothing to core at the moment, so if we are going to die, it will happen in the next few days.

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Re: Big Bang Experiment

Post by AltDimension on Wed Sep 10, 2008 5:54 pm

CERN's Large Hadron Collider is gonna get turned on on 10th September (Today) underground in Switzerland.

Some people fear that the experiment will create miniature black holes, in fact two people are so worried that a miniature black hole will expand (disproving Hawkins' theory that a miniature black hole would evaporate in a billionth of a billionth of a second) and swallow the Earth, that they have filed a lawsuit to stop it... in Hawaii.

While it's doubtful that that suit will be successful, there are others who are persuing the issue in the European Court of Human Rights.

And in case anyone gets worried

http://www.hasthelhcdestroyedtheearth.com/
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Re: Big Bang Experiment

Post by Nightlinx on Wed Sep 10, 2008 7:07 pm

I'm still hoping for a massive radiation type explosion that will inevitably encourage the cells in my body to produce electricity that shoots out from my fingers and bees from my eyes.
Fingers crossed cause i wanna be the next Farscape dude.
everyone else can just go die.
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Re: Big Bang Experiment

Post by rider_xx on Wed Sep 10, 2008 9:34 pm

The main experiment of the total four that will be performed,is in search of the Higgs particle,that will prove beyond theory(and doubt) the basic quantum mechanics model that physics scientists have used until now.If it is not found (Hawking has betted 100 pounds against),it will be also intriguing as the basis of the current quantum physics model will be discarded and a new model devised by scientists to explain what we cannot "see" yet as the catalyst that turns raw energies into mass (that is why the more religiously inclined like to call it the God particle).
The first results about the four running experiments will be available in a year or so,they haven't even started to collide the proton beams yet,the test today was just a single beam "steered" around the full length of the accelerator.I think they will start colliding beams in a month or so,that's when the fun stuff begins.
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Re: Big Bang Experiment

Post by Rae on Wed Sep 10, 2008 10:42 pm

Oh yeah go Higgs, best name for a particle in my opinion.

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Re: Big Bang Experiment

Post by rider_xx on Thu Sep 11, 2008 10:41 am

Rae wrote:Oh yeah go Higgs, best name for a particle in my opinion.

Rae (A.K.A John Higgs)

It's much more suitable than "the God particle",which sounds ludicrous.Although the term was coined by a physisist with an ironic/satyric mood at the time,some religious radicals though grasped the opportunity to hijack the whole theory into explaining the "intelligent" design of the cosmos by a sentient and supernatural higher being.Unfortunately their thesis is valid only among the naive as they still instist that God created the universe out of nothing,which goes against every physical law that we know today.
Peter Higgs (who is scotish btw,and has no relation to John Higgs) was the one to think it up in the first place,way back in the 60's.If its existence is certified by this experiment he will have the Nobel prize in his pocket.He is 79 years old at the moment and has said that he will demand his doctor keep him alive for a little longer,so he can be around to see his hypothesis become truth.
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Re: Big Bang Experiment

Post by rider_xx on Thu Sep 11, 2008 10:54 am

Some facts just to get a taste of the tremendous scale of this experiment,the particles will be gradually accelerated to speeds aproaching that of the speed of light (0,999999~ into infinity) which at this speed the particles will be "running" around the accelerator tunnel (27km or 16,9 miles)with a tempo of 11000 rounds per SECOND.
Wow, that is what I call terminal velocity.
At this point in the experiments the scientists actually anticipate with hope and not at all dread (as the destructionists rant) the creation of miniature black holes.Their lifespan will be extremely short as their energy will be to small to sustain them longer than a billionth of a second,so all the talk about the end of the world is the usual BS unless they accidentally stumble into something they hadn't anticipated like creating an ultradimensional tear in our time/space continuum and all kinds of otherworldy wonders(or beasties) starts coming through,Lovecraft here we come LOL.
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Re: Big Bang Experiment

Post by oxil on Thu Sep 11, 2008 11:23 am

Its impossibel to creat a black hole in that experiment that will be not enough energy to make one. To form a blackhole its needed like a supernova and that yes its a lot of energy, i dont know why people started that thing about black holes :/. wtf lol.
And even if they were created they wouldnt have enoufgh energy to stand like rider said.


And LOL rider i loved your last part of your comment LOL!

To people around world that thinks that they will open a blackhole i would say that they will creat is a hole to hell Smile.

Nah yeah the speed will only be near speed of light because its impossibel to reach the speed of light.

I raelly want to steak near this experience:D.
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Re: Big Bang Experiment

Post by Rae on Thu Sep 11, 2008 4:49 pm

rider_xx wrote:
Rae wrote:Oh yeah go Higgs, best name for a particle in my opinion.

Rae (A.K.A John Higgs)
Peter Higgs (who is scotish btw,and has no relation to John Higgs)

I can trace my ancestry back to English and French royalty so a scottish physicist is no real loss Wink
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Re: Big Bang Experiment

Post by Kestrii on Sat Sep 13, 2008 4:51 pm

rider_xx wrote:The main experiment of the total four that will be performed,is in search of the Higgs particle,that will prove beyond theory(and doubt) the basic quantum mechanics model that physics scientists have used until now.If it is not found (Hawking has betted 100 pounds against),it will be also intriguing as the basis of the current quantum physics model will be discarded and a new model devised by scientists to explain what we cannot "see" yet as the catalyst that turns raw energies into mass (that is why the more religiously inclined like to call it the God particle).
The first results about the four running experiments will be available in a year or so,they haven't even started to collide the proton beams yet,the test today was just a single beam "steered" around the full length of the accelerator.I think they will start colliding beams in a month or so,that's when the fun stuff begins.

The so-called God-Particle is actually AKA the Higgs Boson
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Re: Big Bang Experiment

Post by oxil on Sun Sep 14, 2008 8:18 pm

Thats what rider said lol.
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Re: Big Bang Experiment

Post by rider_xx on Thu Sep 18, 2008 1:27 pm

Rae wrote:
rider_xx wrote:
Rae wrote:Oh yeah go Higgs, best name for a particle in my opinion.

Rae (A.K.A John Higgs)
Peter Higgs (who is scotish btw,and has no relation to John Higgs)

I can trace my ancestry back to English and French royalty so a scottish physicist is no real loss Wink

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Re: Big Bang Experiment

Post by rider_xx on Thu Sep 18, 2008 1:35 pm

oxil wrote:Thats what rider said lol.

Oxil,ty for pointing that out. Smile
To be fair to Kestrii,I called it the Higgs particle instead of the Higgs bozon, as the prior term is more easilly digested by the "physically" challenged (Lol,no pun intented,just a play with words there).
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