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  Could an experiment could swallow up the universe?
 
  I know we have touched on this in the past...some physicists worried that particle accelerator experiments could unleash bits of “strange matter” that destroy the Earth, or even the entire universe.

In one current or future scenario that Rees describes, the particles crashing about inside an accelerator could unleash bits of “strange matter” that shrink Earth into a ball 300 feet across. In another, the experiments could create a microscopic black hole that would inexorably gnaw away at our planet from the inside. In the most extreme scenario Rees describes, a physics mishap could cause space itself to decay into a new form that wipes out everything from here to the farthest star.

For more, check out this NBC News story.

 
      Posted by: Agitator!!, October 31, 2018, 11:40 am  

 
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