By: Adewale Olowode
Both rockets and jets are designed for flights,great flights that traverses hundred to thousands of kilometers,and millions of kilometers if not more in the case of the former.Looking around history,the emergence of these objects of flight in the modern form could...
By: Adewale Olowode
Electromagnetic fields permeate our lives.Whether the natural or artificial form,the represent the invisible forces that produces far reaching effects in many situations.Generally,they represent field of forces consisting of superimposed electric and magnetic fields,and generated by charged particles such as an...
Is the Large Hadron Collider Dangerous to Earth
By: John Cowley
The search for the Higgs boson using the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is highly unlikely to have any effect on the Earth at all. On a cosmic scale the energy and other effects produced by particle collisions within the LHC are miniscule. Tiny black holes...
An overview about the chemical element Magnesium
By: Melanie Grimes
Overview of the chemical element MagnesiumThe element Magnesium is the seventh most common element on earth. It is also found dissolved in seawater. It was first discovered in 1775and was either named after an old city in Asia Minor, Magnesia, or a region in the...
Lhc Armageddon
By: Simon Kay
Does this current attempt to discover the Higgs Bosun have the potential to destroy earth? Of course it does. Will it? highly unlikely. The internet is awash at the moment with stories of how the LHC will create a black hole that will suck up...
Hadron Collider Destroying the World
By: Amelia Bray
I think we already know that the Large Hadron Collider or CERN does not have the power to blow up and destroy the world. There isn't much of a chance. Sure, it's there, just its way too small.Of course, the media has done it's...
The Large Hadron Collider
By: Anthony Megna
The large Hadron Collider destroying Earth is a great premise for a science-fiction story, but that's exactly what it is, science fiction. Almost every scientist today believes that the Large Hadron Collider will not destroy the Earth. This project has been studied for decades, and...
Lhc Black Hole Destroy
By: Kevin J. Putnam
Does the Large Hadron Collider have the potential to destroy Earth? Yes. Will it? No, but there is a long shot. What the Hadron smasher will do is smash two "things" together so that they form a singularity, a black hole. Once the black hole...
The Hadron Collider a Danger to Mankind
By: Wayne Leon Learmond
What is a Black Hole? How are they created? How big are they? What would happen if you fell into one? These are just some of the questions that people ask constantly, in reference to these enigmas of space. To understand whether or not the...
Does the Large Hadron Collider have the Potential to Destroy Earth
By: Sammy Stein
Although I am writing to the 'yes' side of this debate, I could be wrong! If you believe the theories, it could go either way. If HB is found, or dark matter really wipes out light matter, then we are doomed, black holes will appear...

 

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