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Quark Gluon Experiment And Black Hole Generation

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Posted by Kev on September 16, 1999 17:09:25 UTC

There was an interesting article on the ABC News website regarding a new experiment utilizing a supercolider to generate a quark-gluon event, postulated to be present moments after the big bang formation of the universe. A potential spinoff from the formation of quark-gluon is the generation of a black hole(s). While conjecture states for the CERN experiment there is insufficient mass to actually produce a stable black hole, in truth it seems no one is 100 percent certain. The generation of a black hole would naturally be catostrophic for our entire planet. Wondering what thoughts there are on the topic?

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