Friday, February 12, 2010

Missed facts about CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC)

Due to the sad state of journalism today, lack of research, not asking tough questions, the facts below is compiled as evidence that CERN is clueless about their LHC's experiments, but I hear they're experts at watchmaking!

Theoretical Physicist Stephen William Hawking

1. According to the LSAG safety report, micro black holes will evaporate before they reach the walls of the Large Hadron Collider by a theory (unproven conjecture) called Hawking Radiation, which was admitted to be in error by Stephen Hawking back in 2004.
Hopefully it's not completely false!

2. November 2009, CERN Director for Accelerators, Steve Myers stated "The LHC is a far better understood machine than it was a year ago. We've learned from our experience, and engineered the technology that allows us to move on. That's how progress is made."
If CERN understands the machine better now compared to back in 2008, wouldn't that make the 2008 LSAG safety report invalid?

3. CERN, who produced the 2008 LSAG report stated back in 2007 "mandated a group of particle physicists, also not involved in the LHC experiments, to monitor the latest speculations about LHC collisions" just to find out their loyal LHC cheerleader for years, John Ellis, was head of this group. Below is a video of John Ellis promoting the LHC while at the same time stating "We don't know exactly what we're going to find, but we know whatever it is it's going to be something new," and he was assigned to conduct this report?

4. Experimental particle physicist, Jonathan Butterworth at University College London (UCL), and a member of the ATLAS collaboration at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), mentioning the Hawking Radiation theory (unproven conjecture) like it's a proven process when it has never been witnessed in nature: "They would decay very quickly by Hawking radiation. So we'd look for the products of those decays."

5. CERN physicist, Brian Cox quotes of admission of not knowing what to expect at the LHC:

(a) "At every stage of understanding the universe better, the benefits to civilisation have been immeasurable. None of those big leaps were made with us knowing what was going to happen."

(b) "We know it will discover exciting things. We just don't know what they are yet."

(c) "The LHC is certainly, by far, the biggest jump into the unknown."

(d) "We know it will discover something because we have deliberately built it to journey to uncharted waters." Located on page 2 of this link:


Ivan Gorelik said...

Here (arXiv:0711.2845v1 [hep-lat] 19 Nov 2007) we can read about gluon condensate, or so called “color ferromagnetic vacuum state”, firstly proposed by Savvidy about thirty years ago.
Here is also “Lattice QCD in strong magnetic fields”

Here (arXiv:0710.1084v2 [hep-ph] 23 Jan 2008) you can read that such magnetic domains are stable. And I will add: “They can grow if there is an ordinary matter in vicinity”.

Here (arXiv:hep-ph/0508219v1 20 Aug 2005) you can find that some neutron stars (magnetars) do not consist from neutrons (baryons), but are color ferromagnetic, - di-quark condensate, where magnetic dipoles are formed from monopoles.

In all these articles you can find approximately the same value of critical magnetic field (10^16 T, or 10^20 G).

The microscopic embryo of such abnormal magnetized matter will be created soon at LHC and our Solar system will go to the stars cemetery.

My computed value of critical magnetic field approximately coincides with results in all these and others articles. It can be achieved somewhere about 1-TeV collisions.

At RHIC there were already received progenitors of a dangerous matter, so called fireballs. In some articles one can find the observed value of magnetic field in the RHIC collisions (10^15T), which is slightly less than my computed value of critical field, when anti ferromagnetic vacuum transforms into a stable ferromagnetic state.

Wait a couple of weeks. It is possible we will survive. I give 50% on our survival.

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BREAKING NEWS: Interview with Professor Otto E. Roessler about the
Dangers at the CERN LHC

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15. March 2010

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Professor Roessler, how are you feeling today, especially in regards to the Large Hadron Collider, which has been turned on again?

Professor Roessler:
I'm worried, frankly speaking. Because the safety of the experiment has leaks.

Is it correct to say: If Einstein is right the CERN is dangerous?

Professor Roessler:
Yes, that is exactly right what you said. Because Hawking contradicts
Einstein. And Hawkings theory is needed to make little black holes safe that would be produced at CERN, because they would evaporate. Now Hawking had a little great idea, that black holes would evaporate in 10 to minus 29 seconds or something, which means that there would be no danger at all.

Exactly. And you corrected me and said 1.9. So apparently this is based on calculation.

Professor Roessler:
Absolutely. The size of any mass, of any black hole which has the mass
of the Earth is 1.9 centimeters. But of course much of the energy would be radiated away so it would eventually be a little bit smaller than 1.9 centimeters. But we were talking about the danger to the Sun and the Moon. To the moon for example. So some of these many little black holes that would be radiating away they would be going in all directions. I
didn't know that when I said the moon would be safe. I learned that from Professor Landua in CERN. And therefore the Moon: Enough would be hitting the moon and one would be slow enough to stay on the Moon.

It's not very probable but if it many enough it would also happen with one with the Moon and also with the Sun. So the Sun would go out as well.

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