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PostSubject: Large Hadron Collider   Fri Aug 22, 2008 8:38 pm

There is something in the process of being built in some country like Switzerland. This machine will have the ability to smash particles on an atomic level and view it. This may lead to a black hole killing us all (highly unlikely), or it will do nothing and every bit of money invested will be wasted. It aims for the ability to create a black hole and prove the existence of multiple dimensions.


Do you think that a black hole even could be created, and if it can, what could be the consequences?
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PostSubject: Re: Large Hadron Collider   Sat Aug 23, 2008 1:30 am

47.5 wrote:
There is something in the process of being built in some country like Switzerland. This machine will have the ability to smash particles on an atomic level and view it. This may lead to a black hole killing us all (highly unlikely), or it will do nothing and every bit of money invested will be wasted. It aims for the ability to create a black hole and prove the existence of multiple dimensions.


Do you think that a black hole even could be created, and if it can, what could be the consequences?


I heard about this, too.
I think it's pretty damn cool.

For me, I couldn't care less if we get destroyed by a black hole.
How would we even know?
LOL.

I wonder how that would work if there ARE other dimensions, though.
You think there's a better (or worse) version of the Bible as we know it?
Or can other dimensions simply not exist?
Is the Bible the same and did Jesus do exactly the same thing
in all "dimensions"?

And the most important question of all:













Are there jet packs?
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PostSubject: Re: Large Hadron Collider   Sat Aug 23, 2008 1:46 am

BeMyIcon wrote:
I heard about this, too.
I think it's pretty damn cool.

For me, I couldn't care less if we get destroyed by a black hole.
How would we even know?
LOL.
True...


BeMyIcon wrote:

I wonder how that would work if there ARE other dimensions, though.
You think there's a better (or worse) version of the Bible as we know it?
Or can other dimensions simply not exist?
Is the Bible the same and did Jesus do exactly the same thing
in all "dimensions"?
Another dimension wouldn't be like an alternate reality; it is like 3-D verses 2-D. Different and more intricate way to view the universe.
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PostSubject: Re: Large Hadron Collider   Sat Aug 23, 2008 1:53 am

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Another dimension wouldn't be like an alternate reality; it is like 3-D verses 2-D. Different and more intricate way to view the universe.


I have nothing intelligent to add to this right this second, but:

If you like "dimension stuff" and sci-(fi) things like that,
I really like Piers Anthony as a writer.
His Virtual Mode series is fantastic.

Anyway.
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PostSubject: Re: Large Hadron Collider   Sat Aug 23, 2008 10:42 am

ew sci-fi novels are gay
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PostSubject: Re: Large Hadron Collider   Fri Sep 05, 2008 1:28 am

47.5 wrote:
ew sci-fi novels are gay


Which ones are "gay" and why?


(I know you probably won't get to this for a while.)
It's all good in my hood.
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PostSubject: Re: Large Hadron Collider   Fri Sep 05, 2008 4:48 pm

I just haven't ever liked sci-fi novels. They seem very geeky and unrealistic. so by "which ones" I guess all.
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PostSubject: Re: Large Hadron Collider   Fri Sep 05, 2008 10:19 pm

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I just haven't ever liked sci-fi novels. They seem very geeky and unrealistic. so by "which ones" I guess all.


Cool, you don't have to like them, I get it.

But does that mean you don't like to read any fiction that's not "realistic"?
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PostSubject: Re: Large Hadron Collider   Fri Sep 05, 2008 10:45 pm

I find fiction for the most part to be a waste of time. It isn't beneficial. It may be enjoyable, but it is like watching a very long TV show. there are many more things that are fun and beneficial to me so why would I settle just for entertainment?
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