15 October 2009

“The Collider, the Particle and a Theory About Fate”

That’s a lovely concept, poorly explained (and possibly poorly conceived in its originators’ own minds): if the Large Hadron Collider ever worked at full capacity, the catastrophe would be even bigger than just a black hole swallowing the Earth; it would be so big that it would travel back in time and destroy the entire universe in the past. And, since our universe exists, it hasn’t been destroyed from the future, so that clearly shows that the supercollider will never work.

It all depends on which theory of time paradoxes you adhere to.