[ExI] Large Hadron Collider

Kaj Sotala xuenay at gmail.com
Fri Feb 1 22:59:19 UTC 2008

On 2/1/08, spike <spike66 at att.net> wrote:
> > John K Clark
> >...The most disappointing result would be if it
> > discovered the Higgs Boson and nothing else.   John K Clark
> I disagree John.  The most disappointing result is if it created a mini
> black hole, which then started eating atoms around it as it sank to the
> center of the earth, growing more massive and eventually having the earth
> collapse suddenly into a marble sized point of mass.  The astronauts aboard
> the space station witnessing the sudden disappearance of the earth would
> have new insight into Fermi's paradox but would be most disappointed in any
> case.

I'm not really sure if "disappointing" is the word I'd use to describe
this situation. ;)

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