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I think there are no reason to care about end of the world. The maximum what can happen its complite annihilation of France and Switzerland and global Ice Age after it!

For security reason I suggest to the civilians in the location of this machine to leave this place at time of experiment, and the people who do this experiments to warn those people before machine start to go on full power - for them to pray!

And this will never happen, because its stupid as a fact... Live such long time by creating such long history of human race and to reach the final step its destroying of all(except of correcting), for Nova World!??? I think God have a lot of places in his\she's hands to create New Worlds, or you think we dont like them because a lot of p0rn in internet!? OK... For example, the God is hate the p0rno, but why he is create them?

K.O. Have Nice Day, France and Switzerland! ;-)

christopher

Her... How about sharing the glory after sharing the work :
"The Large Hadron Collider (LHC), a massive internationally-funded particle accelerator located in Switzerland"

It is located at the border of France and Switzerland precisely (now you know why CERN has a French name and not a Dutch name whilst both languages are equally spoken in one of the two latter countries involved in the building of the LHC).

Is US' Popular Science, still biaised towards the French. Remember, you did admit, "The French were right". Shouldn't this be all over by now ?

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Come Wednesday we will either be one step closer to understanding the origins of our planet or one step closer to destroying the planet once and for all. Which will it be? Well, we will all just have to wait and see.

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Well ... its wednesday, I want them to start this baby up and see how funky the world gets by 7:50am GMT x

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Well ... its wednesday, I want them to start this baby up and see how funky the world gets by 7:50am GMT x

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i cant beleive im goin to die someone please help me

Tamer

Hey stevesterib you are saying to put it on the dark side of the moon think about it there is no dark side because its movin all the time so thats the first point
seconde point this partical accelilator is very huge that even the moon wont be able to handle it and we can just make it in the space because it needs alot of work in the space so is it possible to bring all the workers to the moon to work it there?
it alerdy coast them alot of money

Ken

I had thought that according to both the Mayan calender and the I Ching the world ends December 24, 2012. Also if said Nano Black hole can gobble up matter, according to Hawking it would extend it's life to gobble up more matter, giving it the chance to gobble up even more matter. I doubt it would happen, but who really knows for sure.

R_Syn

Wow, how many hungry people could have been fed, how many homeless sheltered, how far could we have advanced alternative fuel sources with the money spent to bang some atoms together and PROVE WHAT?
All of these scientists and the scum who funded this hateful project should be buried alive inside their toy.

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will this thing can create a black hole ...and destroy everything ?

Ray

Razvan states that the first test will be on Dec. 12th, 2012. It's actually happens Dec. 22nd 2012 and yes, most of Earth suffers for it's invention.

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So... What's the point of a theoretical, billion dollar costing Partical Accelerator? Are they hoping to have a "failure" and create a theoretical "Black Hole" and control it to consume all the matter in the countries they don't like? Who knows, I guess we'll never understand governments.

P.S. Black holes are theoretical and besides, you'd need to blow up a star to create one...

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If a Black Hole was created we be screwed and end up looking like the Planet Vulcan on Star Trek 2009. OMG THAT WOULD SUCK NOW THAT I THINK ABOUT IT! Why the hell do scientist need to test this stuff. Do they want their name in a history book or something. This is Dr. S. T. Blah he created a Particle Accelerator. Blah Blah Blah. People who believe in God would now that he created (sorry scientists i think your logic is to insolent to believe in something.) Off Track! So anyway this is crap. Who cares about making matter and stuff.

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they also said te world would end in 2010 - it'll never happen!

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wow, a Particle Accelerator? a real non-fiction one!?
wonder if this would help or kill the human race...

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