Thursday, September 18, 2008

Eater Of The Worlds

Oh, Black Hole, Thee we fear and adore!
or
The day the earth stood jittery.

The CERN recently came to worldwide attention in a most flustering way: As a possible father of the Eater Of The Worlds, aka black hole.


Available as screen backgrounds!


The question is, what kind of danger really emerges from CERN's newest experiment, also known as the Large Hadron Collider? And large it really is. Buried, well out of sight in a depth of 50 to 175 meters under ground near Geneva, Switzerland, the 27 kilometer long LHC is the largest machine ever build by mankind. And according to CERN officials, it is perfectly safe. But these denials do sound too rehearsed to contain the whole truth, don't they?

Please, read the whole article on phees' dissections!

1 comment:

dr.phees said...

Wow, these images are truely dashing!

Seriously, thanks for letting me use the great pictures :)