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rumrunner

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ah no its not ,some young lady on the news just said its ok,so did stephen hawking, what does shakey think? or carter:D
 
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montybaber

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I hope I get to watch the end of this film im watching
 
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Cirrus

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By the time Carter finishes writing his post the world may well have ended!
 
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montybaber

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theres a programme on national geographic all about it

very interesting :)

 
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montybaber

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What? is it really on? yeah

is it interesting......noooooooooooooo
 
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tony.towa

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If the World has ended, does this thread really exist? :confused::eek::D
 
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wayne

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said to the wife "stephen hawkings an american....you can tell by the accent"
 
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rumrunner

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said to the wife "stephen hawkings an american....you can tell by the accent"
he looked a bit ****sed up to me;)
 
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Bane

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Going back to the title of this thread, 'They' reckon that if anything were/is to happen then it'll take 4years for the world to implode.

Nostradamus predicted the world would end in 2012...

*Cue spooky music*
 
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Cirrus

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Hsn't he predicted the world will end every bloody year since he made the prediction????
 
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Bane

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Hsn't he predicted the world will end every bloody year since he made the prediction????
In a word.

No.
 
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PAUL M

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said to the wife "stephen hawkings an american....you can tell by the accent"
:D I WOULD LOVE TO SEE HAWKING ENTERED IN TO ROBOT WARS(IF ONLY IT WAS STILL AROUND) SHOULD BE GOOD FOR A LAUGH:D THEY COULD PUT HIM IN WITH A COUPLE OF DARLEKS .EXTERMINATE:eek:
 
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Shakey

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I have been waiting for the LHC to come on line for years, ever since I read 'Angels and Demons'

doesnt the idea of creating anti-matter just bloody well excite you?

well doesnt it?

really?

*dribbles*

i also love the way the religous aplogists have been shi**ing themselves for years over this little baby

I cant wait to buy a bottle of black hole (well the Higgs Boson anyway), write "intelligent design blows goats" on it and shove it up their deity fearing arses:D
 
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Bane

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Ok, now I'm lost...

Maybe I should go to bed.

Night everyone!
 
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Shakey

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Ok, now I'm lost...

Maybe I should go to bed.

Night everyone!

aah, Mr Bane, would take a while to explain, but there deep questions and statements like "nothing moves without a mover" that could well be answered by the discovery of the elusive Higgs Boson.

There is an inverse correlation between religosity and intelligence/education (or in lay mans terms many religous people are basically thick, and the vast majority of scientists etc are radical atheists)

and you can bet your bottom dollar that to a man (or woman) everyone at CERN stopped believing in fairies at the bottom of the garden at the same time they realised there was no Santa Claus:rolleyes:

Its a ruddy expensive way to prove a point, but hey it gets my vote!!!!:p
 
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spark-doctor

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Just to make some of you worried again, this was just a start up test today, no collisions took place.

We may still be sucked into a black hole.
 
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Shakey

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Just to make some of you worried again, this was just a start up test today, no collisions took place.

We may still be sucked into a black hole.
reminds me of that DVD my mate lent me when the missus was out:D
 
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PAUL M

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at the same time they realised there was no Santa Claus:rolleyes:


:mad:no santa:mad:really:mad: cheers shakey for ruining all my future xmas:confused:
 
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rumrunner

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see im not a proper scientist ,not like them guys at cern ,but newton said years ago "for every action theres a reaction " so how come with all that energy being released it costs 12 million in electricity to run the machine ,are these guys that clever,or are they just having a girraffe,why dont they wind a coil around the pipe and induce the power and run the world for free ,or is that to simple:)
 
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Bane

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see im not a proper scientist ,not like them guys at cern ,but newton said years ago "for every action theres a reaction " so how come with all that energy being released it costs 12 million in electricity to run the machine ,are these guys that clever,or are they just having a girraffe,why dont they wind a coil around the pipe and induce the power and run the world for free ,or is that to simple:)
You should be "President of The Whole Wide World" Rum.

You'd certainly get my vote :D
 
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rumrunner

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You should be "President of The Whole Wide World" Rum.

You'd certainly get my vote :D
i think it would work ,if a conductor is placed in a moving electrical field a voltage will be induced into it,the electrical field would certainly be moving so you should get something on the old volt meter,what worries me is most of the great inventions or rather discoverys in science come from [email protected] ups so ole nostradam might be right ,he has been about other things ,maybee hes god. thats me shagged now :eek: but its just a thought ;)
and yes i think if i was president of this whole wide and wonderfull world we live in or rather on ,then there might be something left of it for my grand kids:)
 
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Shakey

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i think it would work ,if a conductor is placed in a moving electrical field a voltage will be induced into it,the electrical field would certainly be moving so you should get something on the old volt meter,what worries me is most of the great inventions or rather discoverys in science come from [email protected] ups so ole nostradam might be right ,he has been about other things ,maybee hes god. thats me shagged now :eek: but its just a thought ;)
and yes i think if i was president of this whole wide and wonderfull world we live in or rather on ,then there might be something left of it for my grand kids:)
well i admire your theory Rum (as always) but effectively you would be using the 'tube' of the LHC as the secondary of the mutha of all transformers, and as you know, power in = power out, so yeah there would be a voltage induced, but the moment you tried to convert that to usable current, you would draw more from the supply, and of course power in = power out only works in a theoretical perfect circuit with super conductors and no hysteris losses..........etc etc etc .......yawn

you get nowt for nowt in this world my idealistic old pal:p:)
 
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rumrunner

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well i admire your theory Rum (as always) but effectively you would be using the 'tube' of the LHC as the secondary of the mutha of all transformers, and as you know, power in = power out, so yeah there would be a voltage induced, but the moment you tried to convert that to usable current, you would draw more from the supply, and of course power in = power out only works in a theoretical perfect circuit with super conductors and no hysteris losses..........etc etc etc .......yawn

you get nowt for nowt in this world my idealistic old pal:p:)
yes but there are other factors to consider,i have to think about this one Shake,i will post my findings when i conclude my research;)
 
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