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LHC plans full power experiments at the end of 2012

Why are all scary scenarios focused on December 2012 ?A high voltage particle collider like the LHC is anexcellent representation of mankind’s tendency toprefer violent action to holistic understanding.Just look at the way scientific curiosity was satisfiedfrom the very start.Biology evolved by killing the animal and dissecting it,and our first exploration into the area of chemistryresulted in the making of gunpowder and powerfulweapons.Traditional scientific research has a tendency toperform its experiments by applying force andthen study the end results of its violent action.Now, for the first time in human history, humanityhas arrived to a level of destructive experimentsunparalleled by anything earlier possible.The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the world’s largest and highest-energy particle accelerator. The LHC lies in a tunnel 27 kilometres(17 mi) in circumference, as much as 175 metres (574 ft) beneaththe Franco-Swiss border near Geneva, Switzerland.And it is a purely destructive device. It is the very idea of theLCH collider. Collide and destroy heavy particles.Why? Well, they don’t really know, but they believe that by goinginto the TeV range and smash heavy things together at high speeds,something new and unpredicted is bound to happen.The device look impressive and high tech, but it is really just asofisticated expression of raw muscle, and very little of the subtleand creative power in the pen and paper held by men like Einstein.The LHC became the world’s highest-energy particle accelerator on30 November 2009, achieving a world record 1.18 TeV per beam andsurpassing the record previously held by the Tevatron at Fermilabin Batavia, Illinois.After the 2009 winter shutdown, the LHC was restarted and the beamwas ramped up to 3.5 TeV per beam, half its designed energy, whichis planned for after its 2012 shutdown. On 30 March 2010, the firstplanned collisions took place between two 3.5 TeV beams, which seta new world record for the highest-energy man-made particle collisions.Somewhere around december 2012 the LCH will engage in 14 TeVexperiments that is needed to call forth the apparationof the missing Higgs Boson predicted by Quantum Theory.At this energy level there will also be called forth an unknownnumber of new particles, as well as the predicted appearence ofblack holes.The scientists at Cern says that these black holes will be equippedwith an linear “eating habit”, thus not being able to grow, since thelinear eating habit makes it hard for the black holes to expandbefore they die.Others say that the eating habit of the black holes may beexponential, which will give the microscopic black holesthe opportunity to survive and feed of the surroundingmatter, in this case planet Earth.If this will be the case, the scientists that are critical to the LHCexperiments says that there are two options of growth syndrome forthese black holes.One is a quite aggressive approach, consuming the planet Earthwithin minutes, and the rest of our solar system in a few years.Another scenario is a approximate two week duration before theblack hole completely has engulfed our planet. During the initialpart of that time mankind will experience several days ofcataclysmic tectonic terror before the crust falls in on itself.This is of course just theories, but the thing is, nobody really knowwhat’s going to happen.And that’s the very idea with the Large Hydron Collider -doing something at an Tera Volt level nobody has done before.I just can´t help seeing a bunch of  chimpanzeessitting around a box of hand granades toying with thesafety pin’s pull rings….