Big Bang Collider Test Successful – TIME

The startup — eagerly awaited by 9,000 physicists around the world who will conduct experiments here — comes over the objections of some skeptics who fear the collisions of protons could eventually imperil the earth.

The skeptics theorized that a byproduct of the collisions could be micro black holes, subatomic versions of collapsed stars whose gravity is so strong they can suck in planets and other stars.

Big Bang Collider Test Successful – TIME.

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1 Response to “Big Bang Collider Test Successful – TIME”


  1. 1 argosmedia September 10, 2008 at 11:36 am

    Its 11h36 am in Portugal and the sun is still shining.
    No black holes so far.


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