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    The Destruction of the Planet - and not ecologically.

    By Arjun Bhat
    Sep 20, '06 9:21 PM EST

    If you havn't heard about an experiment in Europe that scientists are defending by saying "it has a very low chance of destroying the planet," check out this news story.


    • guiggster

      They're going to blow open a dimension to hell! Why don't these scientists ever watch movies?!

      Sep 20, 06 10:58 pm  · 
      Arjun Bhat

      what I want to know is if the same experiment is run at the same time in other universes, does that mean the end of all universes? or maybe there's a massive switching mess that goes on. perhaps - we turn into cosmic mush ...

      Sep 21, 06 12:12 am  · 

      Maybe this mini bang will be another universe's Big Bang.

      Sep 21, 06 12:53 am  · 
      Arjun Bhat


      Sep 21, 06 12:55 am  · 
      Arjun Bhat

      shouldn't you be in studio?

      Sep 21, 06 12:56 am  · 

      a 1 in 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 chance to destroy the world... yippee!

      Sep 21, 06 8:55 am  · 

      There was a special about this on the Discovery Channel. It was accompanied by really cheesy effects that displayed the particle accelerator starting up, creating a black hole, then swallowing the laboratory, the building, the city and then the planet. I think it sucked some helicopters in there too.

      In any case, I wish they would just leave well enough alone.

      Sep 21, 06 11:54 am  · 
      Chili Davis

      "It could be that there is a whole new universe a millimetre away from our heads but at right-angles to the three dimensions that are here."

      Despite the massive amounts of intellect held by these scientists collectively... they're all idiots!

      Sep 21, 06 3:50 pm  · 

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