Giant black hole machine of doom

#1
I'm sure you've heard about it. Its being tested tomorrrow. Do you guys feel the risk it could kill us all is suitable or just plane stupid? Surely its not right that a neutral country should send us into oblivian.
 
#2
Does that mean that it's ok for a non Neutral one to do so? Sh*t, and Mr Bush still has his finger on the button!!!
 
#3
I don't know about doom but I'm not making any plans after tomorrow afternoon just in case.
 
#6
Vaughany said:
I'm sure you've heard about it. Its being tested tomorrrow. Do you guys feel the risk it could kill us all is suitable or just plane stupid? Surely its not right that a neutral country should send us into oblivian.
Oblivian?
Is that another one of these newly independent countries?
I thought they were all called something -stan.
Have they started a new craze then? Something -ian instead?


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#7
Vaughany said:
I'm sure you've heard about it. Its being tested tomorrrow. Do you guys feel the risk it could kill us all is suitable or just plane stupid? Surely its not right that a neutral country should send us into oblivian.
The Swiss don't own the thing, infact a large part of it goes under France, it's the biggest machine ever built, we all own it though, EU,Japan, the US....we didn't let the Chinese in though :wink:
 
#8
OK - Oblivistan - if it makes you happy...

Less than an hour to go, unless they do send us in to infinity...in which case more than an hour to go so that's alright.
 
#9
They are only switchin it on - how long do you reckin it'll take to warm this fcuker up?! They are not colliding any cosmic rays for a week or so. Just as well I'm off on holiday on Thursday :sunny:
 
#10
still here
 
#11
When the first Atom bomb was tested at Los Alamos, the mathematical projections were that the explosion would 'runaway' with itself and destroy the planet. They exploded it anyway and it didn't (obviously).
 
#12
mnairb said:
When the first Atom bomb was tested at Los Alamos, the mathematical projections were that the explosion would 'runaway' with itself and destroy the planet. They exploded it anyway and it didn't (obviously).
my bold
Are you sure about that? I sometimes think that I am some frightful nightmare. The sort of thing that might be experienced by say, MDN
 
#14
They could wait until the 21st. It'll make my hangover from the Help for Heroes match go away.
 
#15
The BBC are doing a programme tomorrow from 8.30am called "Big Bang Day".

Don't know how long it's scheduled for..... :D
 
#16
I suppose it will be a nice way to go though. You would not even feel it, it would be so fast.....
 
#17
Does this mean 'sport-afternoon' is cancelled again?
 
#18
gloworm said:
Does that mean that it's ok for a non Neutral one to do so? Sh*t, and Mr Bush still has his finger on the button!!!
Seems like it, judging by the Russian wargames due to take place off the coast of the US...
 

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#19
All_I_Want said:
I suppose it will be a nice way to go though. You would not even feel it, it would be so fast.....
Not entirely sure about that. One projection, by an eminent (but probably loony ) scientist suggests that in the coming years, maybe four, a sudden burst of light will emanate from the Pacific, then gradually there will be earthquakes, floods, fires, tidal waves and endless rain (maybe it is already happening). Then plagues, pestilence and eventual death for the planet, closley followed by an implosion of the entire solar system.

So, maybe we will have to work on Thursday after all.
 
#20
Hmmm...I wonder if Dubya is thinking of a quick pre-emptive strike on Vlad, then planning to blame the carnage on the eggheads in the tunnel?
 

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