David Kirkpatrick

September 30, 2008

Bose supernova threat from Large Hadron Collider

Okay, this is a total new one to me. Don’t have any idea about the credibility here, but I’ve done a lot of blogging on the Large Hadron Collider and scoffing at the fearmongers out there. I probably ought to give this idea a little more light

From KurzweilAI.net —

Forget black holes, could the LHC trigger a “Bose supernova”?
the physics arXiv blog, Sep. 29, 2008

Could the 700,000 liters of superfluid helium bathed in the powerful
magnetic fields of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) result in a major explosion by behaving as a supercold Bose Einstein Condensate (BEC), which have been found to explode when subjected to magnetic fields, resulting in a “Bose supernova”?

 
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1 Comment »

  1. Hi,

    Check out these posts on mine for some other mind shattering applications of the Bose-Einstein Condensate:

    The Official Breakthrough to “Taming Gravity”

    And –

    Environmental Influences of “Taming Gravity”

    for the modern considerations of any new technology.

    John

    ~Comments always welcome:

    PS OH, for a very good NOVA video explaining the Bose-Einstein Condensate check out this VIDEO!

    Comment by John'z Place — August 12, 2010 @ 9:27 pm


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