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Re: Quark Gluon Experiment And Black Hole Generation

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Posted by I. Revel/">I. Revel on October 28, 1999 13:00:48 UTC

Is it really serious to make an scientific experience when its issue is not exactly known ? Do the scientists realize that a possible "end of earth" concerns anyone ? I was thinking that these blind experiences didn't exist since the Los Alamos atomic experience. I am physicist but I'm really desappointed to see that ethics considerations are reserved yet for genetics.

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