Re: laboratory "black holes"

From: Chris Russo (
Date: Thu Jan 25 2001 - 07:21:53 MST

At 09:52 +0100 1/25/01, scerir wrote:
>But now physicists believe they may be able to bridge
>the gap by studying tiny 'black holes' created in the laboratory.

Given the enormous probability of other life in the universe, I've
often wondered if the reason that we've never encountered them is
because there are certain technologies and experiments along the path
to knowledge that inevitably end up destroying your planet.

Solar system eating black holes could be just that experiment.

Just a thought, :)

Chris Russo

"If anyone can show me, and prove to me, that I am wrong in thought 
or deed, I will gladly change.  I seek the truth, which never yet 
hurt anybody.  It is only persistence in self-delusion and ignorance 
which does harm."
              -- Marcus Aurelius, MEDITATIONS, VI, 21

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