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Black holes generated beneath the Earth's surface? I sense no danger here... (Read
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|"In the 1940's some physicists thought that a nuclear bomb would set off a chain reaction and consume the atmosphere. The earth has a lot of mass, I think a mini black hole would take a long time to eat it. I will be long gone but my grandchildren will be hiding under their beds. LOL What keeps me under my bed is the screwing around with viruses that colleges and governments around the world are doing."
(Bill 9/21/2006 1:37:33 AM)
|"If high-energy particle collisions created long-lasting black holes that could devour the earth, it would have happened long ago. In fact, it would happen billions of times every day.
The energy in some cosmic rays is many orders of magnitude higher than any particles we have accelerated on earth. And these strike the earth constantly, and have for billions of years. If it could happen, it would have. Often."
(Alan Eliasen 9/21/2006 1:09:21 PM)
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