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Scientists to create 'black holes'

Yahoo News-"British scientists are to mimic black holes in the laboratory as part of a £2.35 million project looking at how matter and energy interact."

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Deadpool6161692d ago (Edited 1692d ago )

This could be as risky as testing the A-Bomb. If they manage to recreate a blackhole, there's no telling what will happen. If the research is a success, we go into a new age of knowledge. If it fails...I don't even want to think about it.

M_Prime1691d ago

they are using a laser pulse to create the effect of a black hole, not an actual black hole.

Do people actually read these articles?

Deadpool6161692d ago (Edited 1692d ago )

[Edit* Double post]

Grap1692d ago

u don't want to mess with black holes specially we don't know what is the other side of it.

M_Prime1691d ago

really you think there is something on the other side? or are you thinking of a wormhole (which is something they use in sci-fi movies and don't actually exist that we know of)

Grap1691d ago (Edited 1691d ago )

wormhole is a theory isn't a fiction.

Audiggity1692d ago

Whew. Thanks guys! I'll let the scientists know about your warnings and perhaps they will cancel their research. I doubt they even considered these risks.

KiLLeRCLaM1691d ago (Edited 1691d ago )

Why spend money on this shit? who cares.. they should spend there time and millions of dollars researching something like curing cancer or something..

Syko1691d ago

Well by the logic of "We shouldn't spend money on it"...There is no money to be made in curing cancer. The money is in treating it. I really hate the "Money" argument on these types of projects. Money is Paper, Knowledge is real.

Be interesting to see where this leads for future research.

Deadpool6161691d ago

I agree. Money shouldn't be a factor if it's something that could possibly benefit us in the future.