Black holes and house prices

If the scientists at CERN have anything to do with anything, shortly we may not need to worry about whether there is a recession or that house prices are dropping here in the UK.

They started colliding beams in the Large Hadron Collider for the first time today, the worlds largest particle accelerator designed to test out various theories of particle physics – in other words, just what exactly is going on at the sub atomic level ….!

According to some sources, there are fears that this could create mini (or even maxi) blackholes into which we could all be sucked, quickly, but not necessarily painlessly – although we don’t know that do we, never having experienced it before?

We may yet have a few weeks to party, party, party though as the first high energy collisions won’t be taking place until the 21st October – oddly coinciding with the Autumn equinox, I wonder if that was deliberate and that maybe they are trying to tell us something …!

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