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Magnetic...
Posted: Sun Feb 28, 2010 10:32 pm
 
I reread the LSAG report once more and found there another error. The
binding energy of constituent element of strangelet is not several
MeV, as they wrote there, but about 500 MeV. So, all their talks about
thermal bath are erroneous. Strange matter is very dangerous!

The value 500 TeV, as a binding energy of (uds) in a strangelet N(uds)
can easily be received from comparison with the rest energy of kaons K
+ and K0, which are correspondingly 493 MeV and 497 MeV.
Kaons (K+ = us~; K0 = ds~) can be side products, occurring at the time
of proton (p=uud) and neutron (n=udd) capture by strange matter
N(uds):

N(uds) + p = (N+1)(uds) + K+ = (N+1)(uds) + e+ + 500 MeV.
(N+1)(uds) + n = (N+2)(uds) + K0 = (N+2)(uds) + 500 MeV.

Extremely powerful explosion.

This explosion has specific energy output, which is hundred times
bigger than under the nuclear explosion.

By the way, at the time of November-December collisions there were
more Kaons output that it was theoretically predicted. That means that
we are very close to creation of this dead droplet which can transform
the whole Earth into 10-meterr lump of strange\dead matter.
Space observations says us that periods of pulsars are almost do not
change. That means that strange matter is very stable.

Read about strange matter, strangelets, and strange stars in
Wikipedia. I think that our civilization is crazy. From one hand, it
already knows about a deadly dangerous strange matter; from the other
hand, it tries to create that dead droplet at colliders. I do not
understand you, people.

I wish you to become mentally healthy and STOP all powerful colliders.

http://darkenergy.narod.ru/
 
Urion...
Posted: Sun Feb 28, 2010 11:38 pm
 
Stranglets cannot be created in the LHC because the probability of the
creation of strangelets decreases at higher energies. As the LHC
operates at higher energies than the RHIC or the heavy ion programs of
the 1980s and 1990s, the LHC is less likely to produce strangelets
than its predecessors. Furthermore, models indicate that strangelets
are only stable or long-lived at low temperatures. Strangelets are
bound at low energies (in the range of 1-10 MeV), while the collisions
in the LHC release energies in the range of 14 TeV. The second law of
thermodynamics precludes the formation of a cold condensate that is an
order of magnitude cooler than the surrounding medium. This can be
illustrated by the example of trying to form an ice cube in boiling
water.

Furthermore, the behavior of quark-gluon plasmas may remove the
possibility of strangelets forming in particle accelerators at all.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Safety_of_particle_collisions_at_the_Large_Hadron_Collider

More:

http://doc.cern.ch/yellowrep/2003/2003-001/p1.pdf
http://arxiv.org/pdf/0806.3414
http://public.web.cern.ch/Public/en/LHC/Safety-en.html
 
bert...
Posted: Mon Mar 01, 2010 6:45 am
 
On Mar 1, 10:02 am, Sam Wormley <sworml... at (no spam) gmail.com> wrote:
[quote]On 3/1/10 8:57 AM, Magnetic wrote:





On Mar 1, 3:35 pm, Sam Wormley<sworml... at (no spam) gmail.com>  wrote:
    No Center
     http://www.astro.ucla.edu/~wright/nocenter.html
     http://www.astro.ucla.edu/~wright/infpoint.html

    Also see Ned Wright's Cosmology Tutorial
     http://www.astro.ucla.edu/~wright/cosmolog.htm
     http://www.astro.ucla.edu/~wright/cosmology_faq.html
     http://www.astro.ucla.edu/~wright/CosmoCalc.html

    WMAP: Foundations of the Big Bang theory
     http://map.gsfc.nasa.gov/m_uni.html

    WMAP: Tests of Big Bang Cosmology
     http://map.gsfc.nasa.gov/m_uni/uni_101bbtest.html

Thank for links.
But I hate bb-dogma.

   That's why I included
   WMAP: Tests of Big Bang Cosmology
     http://map.gsfc.nasa.gov/m_uni/uni_101bbtest.html

   Empirical testing is at the heart of science.- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -
[/quote]
LHC Creates great high temperature and this heat is its killer.
Splice wires NG Swiss engineering went NG Wire obeys the inverse
square law,and that is reality Swiss engeneering O Universe
physica 10 Oi va TreBert
 
Sam Wormley...
Posted: Mon Mar 01, 2010 8:35 am
 
No Center
http://www.astro.ucla.edu/~wright/nocenter.html
http://www.astro.ucla.edu/~wright/infpoint.html

Also see Ned Wright's Cosmology Tutorial
http://www.astro.ucla.edu/~wright/cosmolog.htm
http://www.astro.ucla.edu/~wright/cosmology_faq.html
http://www.astro.ucla.edu/~wright/CosmoCalc.html

WMAP: Foundations of the Big Bang theory
http://map.gsfc.nasa.gov/m_uni.html

WMAP: Tests of Big Bang Cosmology
http://map.gsfc.nasa.gov/m_uni/uni_101bbtest.html
 
Sam Wormley...
Posted: Mon Mar 01, 2010 10:02 am
 
On 3/1/10 8:57 AM, Magnetic wrote:
[quote]On Mar 1, 3:35 pm, Sam Wormley<sworml... at (no spam) gmail.com> wrote:
No Center
http://www.astro.ucla.edu/~wright/nocenter.html
http://www.astro.ucla.edu/~wright/infpoint.html

Also see Ned Wright's Cosmology Tutorial
http://www.astro.ucla.edu/~wright/cosmolog.htm
http://www.astro.ucla.edu/~wright/cosmology_faq.html
http://www.astro.ucla.edu/~wright/CosmoCalc.html

WMAP: Foundations of the Big Bang theory
http://map.gsfc.nasa.gov/m_uni.html

WMAP: Tests of Big Bang Cosmology
http://map.gsfc.nasa.gov/m_uni/uni_101bbtest.html

Thank for links.
But I hate bb-dogma.
[/quote]
That's why I included
WMAP: Tests of Big Bang Cosmology
http://map.gsfc.nasa.gov/m_uni/uni_101bbtest.html

Empirical testing is at the heart of science.
 
Uncle Al...
Posted: Mon Mar 01, 2010 12:11 pm
 
Magnetic wrote:
[quote]
I reread the LSAG report once more and found there another error.
[snip crap][/quote]

1) http://physics.aps.org/articles/v2/104
2) idiot

--
Uncle Al
http://www.mazepath.com/uncleal/
(Toxic URL! Unsafe for children and most mammals)
http://www.mazepath.com/uncleal/qz4.htm
 
eric gisse...
Posted: Mon Mar 01, 2010 6:42 pm
 
Magnetic wrote:

[snip all]

Perhaps you should see a doctor for your paranoid schitzophrenia.
 
Sam Wormley...
Posted: Tue Mar 02, 2010 9:52 am
 
On 3/2/10 3:15 AM, Magnetic wrote:
[quote]copy and send!
save your children and mothers!
[/quote]
That's spammer talk!

WMAP: Foundations of the Big Bang theory
http://map.gsfc.nasa.gov/m_uni.html

WMAP: Tests of Big Bang Cosmology
http://map.gsfc.nasa.gov/m_uni/uni_101bbtest.html
 
Brad Guth...
Posted: Tue Mar 02, 2010 5:23 pm
 
On Mar 1, 12:32 am, Magnetic <magnetic.t... at (no spam) yandex.ua> wrote:
[quote]I reread the LSAG report once more and found there another error. The
binding energy of constituent element of strangelet is not several
MeV, as they wrote there, but about 500 MeV. So, all their talks about
thermal bath are erroneous. Strange matter is very dangerous!

The value 500 TeV, as a binding energy of (uds) in a strangelet N(uds)
can easily be received from comparison with the rest energy of kaons K
+ and K0, which are correspondingly 493 MeV and 497 MeV.
Kaons (K+ = us~; K0 = ds~) can be side products, occurring at the time
of proton (p=uud) and neutron (n=udd) capture by strange matter
N(uds):

N(uds) + p = (N+1)(uds) + K+ = (N+1)(uds) + e+ + 500 MeV.
(N+1)(uds) + n = (N+2)(uds) + K0 = (N+2)(uds) + 500 MeV.

Extremely powerful explosion.

This explosion has specific energy output, which is hundred times
bigger than under the nuclear explosion.

By the way, at the time of November-December collisions there were
more Kaons output that it was theoretically predicted. That means that
we are very close to creation of this dead droplet which can transform
the whole Earth into 10-meterr lump of strange\dead matter.
Space observations says us that periods of pulsars are almost do not
change. That means that strange matter is very stable.

Read about strange matter, strangelets, and strange stars in
Wikipedia. I think that our civilization is crazy. From one hand, it
already knows about a deadly dangerous strange matter; from the other
hand, it tries to create that dead droplet at colliders. I do not
understand you, people.

I wish you to become mentally healthy and STOP all powerful colliders.

http://darkenergy.narod.ru/
[/quote]
Perhaps the 98% missing proton mass at LHC will eventually come back
around and kick those LHC wizards in the butt.

~ BG
 
Magnetic...
Posted: Tue Mar 02, 2010 10:37 pm
 
On Mar 3, 5:23 am, Brad Guth <bradg... at (no spam) gmail.com> wrote:
[quote]On Mar 1, 12:32 am, Magnetic <magnetic.t... at (no spam) yandex.ua> wrote:





I reread the LSAG report once more and found there another error. The
binding energy of constituent element of strangelet is not several
MeV, as they wrote there, but about 500 MeV. So, all their talks about
thermal bath are erroneous. Strange matter is very dangerous!

The value 500 TeV, as a binding energy of (uds) in a strangelet N(uds)
can easily be received from comparison with the rest energy of kaons K
+ and K0, which are correspondingly 493 MeV and 497 MeV.
Kaons (K+ = us~; K0 = ds~) can be side products, occurring at the time
of proton (p=uud) and neutron (n=udd) capture by strange matter
N(uds):

N(uds) + p = (N+1)(uds) + K+ = (N+1)(uds) + e+ + 500 MeV.
(N+1)(uds) + n = (N+2)(uds) + K0 = (N+2)(uds) + 500 MeV.

Extremely powerful explosion.

This explosion has specific energy output, which is hundred times
bigger than under the nuclear explosion.

By the way, at the time of November-December collisions there were
more Kaons output that it was theoretically predicted. That means that
we are very close to creation of this dead droplet which can transform
the whole Earth into 10-meterr lump of strange\dead matter.
Space observations says us that periods of pulsars are almost do not
change. That means that strange matter is very stable.

Read about strange matter, strangelets, and strange stars in
Wikipedia. I think that our civilization is crazy. From one hand, it
already knows about a deadly dangerous strange matter; from the other
hand, it tries to create that dead droplet at colliders. I do not
understand you, people.

I wish you to become mentally healthy and STOP all powerful colliders.

http://darkenergy.narod.ru/

Perhaps the 98% missing proton mass at LHC will eventually come back
around and kick those LHC wizards in the butt.

 ~ BG
[/quote]
http://op-webtools.web.cern.ch/op-webtools/vistar/vistars.php?usr=LHC3
 
Magnetic...
Posted: Wed Mar 03, 2010 9:26 am
 
On Mar 3, 10:37 am, Magnetic <magnetic.t... at (no spam) yandex.ua> wrote:
[quote]On Mar 3, 5:23 am, Brad Guth <bradg... at (no spam) gmail.com> wrote:





On Mar 1, 12:32 am, Magnetic <magnetic.t... at (no spam) yandex.ua> wrote:

I reread the LSAG report once more and found there another error. The
binding energy of constituent element of strangelet is not several
MeV, as they wrote there, but about 500 MeV. So, all their talks about
thermal bath are erroneous. Strange matter is very dangerous!

The value 500 TeV, as a binding energy of (uds) in a strangelet N(uds)
can easily be received from comparison with the rest energy of kaons K
+ and K0, which are correspondingly 493 MeV and 497 MeV.
Kaons (K+ = us~; K0 = ds~) can be side products, occurring at the time
of proton (p=uud) and neutron (n=udd) capture by strange matter
N(uds):

N(uds) + p = (N+1)(uds) + K+ = (N+1)(uds) + e+ + 500 MeV.
(N+1)(uds) + n = (N+2)(uds) + K0 = (N+2)(uds) + 500 MeV.

Extremely powerful explosion.

This explosion has specific energy output, which is hundred times
bigger than under the nuclear explosion.

By the way, at the time of November-December collisions there were
more Kaons output that it was theoretically predicted. That means that
we are very close to creation of this dead droplet which can transform
the whole Earth into 10-meterr lump of strange\dead matter.
Space observations says us that periods of pulsars are almost do not
change. That means that strange matter is very stable.

Read about strange matter, strangelets, and strange stars in
Wikipedia. I think that our civilization is crazy. From one hand, it
already knows about a deadly dangerous strange matter; from the other
hand, it tries to create that dead droplet at colliders. I do not
understand you, people.

I wish you to become mentally healthy and STOP all powerful colliders..

http://darkenergy.narod.ru/

Perhaps the 98% missing proton mass at LHC will eventually come back
around and kick those LHC wizards in the butt.

 ~ BG

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[/quote]
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 
Nick
Posted: Wed Mar 03, 2010 3:41 pm
 
On Mar 3, 11:26 am, Magnetic <magnetic.t... at (no spam) yandex.ua> wrote:
[quote]On Mar 3, 10:37 am, Magnetic <magnetic.t... at (no spam) yandex.ua> wrote:





On Mar 3, 5:23 am, Brad Guth <bradg... at (no spam) gmail.com> wrote:

On Mar 1, 12:32 am, Magnetic <magnetic.t... at (no spam) yandex.ua> wrote:

I reread the LSAG report once more and found there another error. The
binding energy of constituent element of strangelet is not several
MeV, as they wrote there, but about 500 MeV. So, all their talks about
thermal bath are erroneous. Strange matter is very dangerous!

The value 500 TeV, as a binding energy of (uds) in a strangelet N(uds)
can easily be received from comparison with the rest energy of kaons K
+ and K0, which are correspondingly 493 MeV and 497 MeV.
Kaons (K+ = us~; K0 = ds~) can be side products, occurring at the time
of proton (p=uud) and neutron (n=udd) capture by strange matter
N(uds):

N(uds) + p = (N+1)(uds) + K+ = (N+1)(uds) + e+ + 500 MeV.
(N+1)(uds) + n = (N+2)(uds) + K0 = (N+2)(uds) + 500 MeV.

Extremely powerful explosion.

This explosion has specific energy output, which is hundred times
bigger than under the nuclear explosion.

By the way, at the time of November-December collisions there were
more Kaons output that it was theoretically predicted. That means that
we are very close to creation of this dead droplet which can transform
the whole Earth into 10-meterr lump of strange\dead matter.
Space observations says us that periods of pulsars are almost do not
change. That means that strange matter is very stable.

Read about strange matter, strangelets, and strange stars in
Wikipedia. I think that our civilization is crazy. From one hand, it
already knows about a deadly dangerous strange matter; from the other
hand, it tries to create that dead droplet at colliders. I do not
understand you, people.

I wish you to become mentally healthy and STOP all powerful colliders.

http://darkenergy.narod.ru/

Perhaps the 98% missing proton mass at LHC will eventually come back
around and kick those LHC wizards in the butt.

 ~ BG

http://op-webtools.web.cern.ch/op-webtools/vistar/vistars.php?usr=LHC3-Hide quoted text -

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The ring Big Bang means the hypersphere expanded huge in one instant
then the Big Bang then insued in its surface. Energy and time were
created.

Mitch Raemsch
 
Magnetic...
Posted: Thu Mar 04, 2010 4:19 am
 
[quote]Perhaps you should see a doctor for your paranoid schitzophrenia.
[/quote]
Perhaps CERN physicists should see a doctor for their paranoid
schitzophrenia.
--------------

I reread the LSAG report once more and found there another error. The
binding energy of constituent element of strangelet is not several
MeV, as they wrote there, but about 500 MeV. So, all their talks
about
thermal bath are erroneous. Strange matter is very dangerous!

The value 500 TeV, as a binding energy of (uds) in a strangelet
N(uds)
can easily be received from comparison with the rest energy of kaons
K
+ and K0, which are correspondingly 493 MeV and 497 MeV.
Kaons (K+ = us~; K0 = ds~) can be side products, occurring at the
time
of proton (p=uud) and neutron (n=udd) capture by strange matter
N(uds):


N(uds) + p = (N+1)(uds) + K+ = (N+1)(uds) + e+ + 500 MeV.
(N+1)(uds) + n = (N+2)(uds) + K0 = (N+2)(uds) + 500 MeV.

Extremely powerful explosion.


This explosion has specific energy output, which is hundred times
bigger than under the nuclear explosion.


By the way, at the time of November-December collisions there were
more Kaons output that it was theoretically predicted. That means
that
we are very close to creation of this dead droplet which can
transform
the whole Earth into 10-meterr lump of strange\dead matter.
Space observations says us that periods of pulsars are almost do not
change. That means that strange matter is very stable.


Read about strange matter, strangelets, and strange stars in
Wikipedia. I think that our civilization is crazy. From one hand, it
already knows about a deadly dangerous strange matter; from the other
hand, it tries to create that dead droplet at colliders. I do not
understand you, people.


I wish you to become mentally healthy and STOP all powerful
colliders.

http://darkenergy.narod.ru/
 
Magnetic...
Posted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 10:53 pm
 
Tomorrow, despite to our protests, CERN plans to perform the first
collisions of protons with the energy 3.5 TeV per proton (7 TeV per
collision).
I give about 50% that the dangerous microscopic object will be
created. It will grow, ruining the ordinary matter, and can ruin our
planet or a part of it.
Here is my crude estimation of probable outcomes:
1. Explosion of the whole Earth – 49%.
2. Extermination of Geneva – 1%.
3. Extermination of Europe – 1%.
4. Other harmful unpredictable consequences – 5%.
5. Discovery of new subnuclear energy sources – 5%.
6. Outcomes with no harm and no use – the rest.

At the point 1 we all will die.
At the points 2, 3, 4 a part of humanity will be killed. Destruction
of a part of the Earth will be followed by huge Earthquake all over
the Earth. To raise the probability of survival it is necessary to be
at the free air with the stalk of water, food and warm clothes.

The most probable microscopic dangerous objects are:
1. Microscopic magnetic hole.
2. Growing nucleus, consisting from strange nucleons and/or neutrons
(uds, uss, udd).
3. Microscopic black hole.

According to ideas of Kaluza, Klein and Einstein about additional
short spatial dimension and unification of gravitational and
electromagnetic forces, we can conclude that black holes, at least at
microscopic levels, can be reduced to objects of the first or the
second types. That means that microscopic black hole is in fact a
condensate, consisting from bosons, as magnetic hole, or from
fermions, as strange matter. Condensates have a binding energy per
their constituent elements. This changes the argumentation about
survival and penetrating abilities of black holes, created in cosmic
and collider proton-proton collisions...

--------

My health is already ruined by depression. I know that we all can be
killed. I can not save myself, my family, my land. Criminal stupidity
of corrupted contemporary science had won.

http://darkenergy.narod.ru/
 
Inertial...
Posted: Mon Mar 29, 2010 6:02 am
 
"Magnetic" <magnetic.trap at (no spam) yandex.ua> wrote in message
news:16814ab4-aa1f-4aca-8a38-863767e1b929 at (no spam) 19g2000yqu.googlegroups.com...
[quote]Tomorrow, despite to our protests, CERN plans to perform the first
collisions of protons with the energy 3.5 TeV per proton (7 TeV per
collision).
[/quote]
Hooray .. sanity prevailed

[quote]I give about 50% that the dangerous microscopic object will be
created.
[/quote]
So far you've been wrong on your predictions.

[quote]It will grow, ruining the ordinary matter, and can ruin our
planet or a part of it.
[/quote]
Nope

[quote]Here is my crude estimation of probable outcomes:
1. Explosion of the whole Earth – 49%.
[/quote]
So .. every time they turn it on there is a 49% change that the earth is
destroyed. So .. almost certain after (say) 10 or 100 runs.

[quote]2. Extermination of Geneva – 1%.
3. Extermination of Europe – 1%.
4. Other harmful unpredictable consequences – 5%.
5. Discovery of new subnuclear energy sources – 5%.
6. Outcomes with no harm and no use – the rest.
[/quote]
Number 6 will be the outcome, of course

[quote]At the point 1 we all will die.
At the points 2, 3, 4 a part of humanity will be killed. Destruction
of a part of the Earth will be followed by huge Earthquake all over
the Earth. To raise the probability of survival it is necessary to be
at the free air with the stalk of water, food and warm clothes.
[/quote]
And, of course, the actual outcome will be that noone is killed

[quote]The most probable microscopic dangerous objects are:
1. Microscopic magnetic hole.
2. Growing nucleus, consisting from strange nucleons and/or neutrons
(uds, uss, udd).
3. Microscopic black hole.

According to ideas of Kaluza, Klein and Einstein about additional
short spatial dimension and unification of gravitational and
electromagnetic forces, we can conclude that black holes, at least at
microscopic levels, can be reduced to objects of the first or the
second types. That means that microscopic black hole is in fact a
condensate, consisting from bosons, as magnetic hole, or from
fermions, as strange matter. Condensates have a binding energy per
their constituent elements. This changes the argumentation about
survival and penetrating abilities of black holes, created in cosmic
and collider proton-proton collisions...

--------

My health is already ruined by depression.
[/quote]
That's your problem. get psychological help

[quote]I know that we all can be
killed. I can not save myself, my family, my land. Criminal stupidity
of corrupted contemporary science had won.
[/quote]
The only criminally stupid is you. Get help !!
 
 
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