Warning.. The greatest scientific experiment that could destroy the world!

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Warning.. The greatest scientific experiment that could destroy the world!

Martin Rees, Britain’s dapper astronomer royal, warned that the Earth could lose its "environment" if a series of unsuccessful experiments were initiated by molecular accelerators.

British professor Martin Reese said the Earth could lose 100 meters of its environment because of these unsuccessful experiments, pointing out that many threats to the Earth, such as climate change, chemical warfare and industrial intelligence.

In a current or future scenario described by Rees, particles that break inside an accelerator could release fragments of "strange matter" that shrink the Earth into a ball 100 meters in diameter. In another case, the experiments could create a microscopic black hole that would inexorably eat away at our planet from the inside. In the most extreme scenario described by Rees, a physical incident could lead to the decomposition of space itself into a new form that erases everything from here to the farthest star.

Rees said some experiments "could result in a black hole and absorbing everything around him," adding that the second frightening prospect is that quarks can cluster together as compressed bodies called "strange particles," a hypothetical substance. Has an enormous gravity field that can turn the entire planet into a huge useless planet.

He explained that this in itself would be very detrimental and prejudicial, pointing out that some assume that foreign particles can transform everything that faces them into a new form of matter and transform the whole Earth into a spherical shape with high density up to several hundred meters in diameter.

The third threat or threat of particle accelerators, such as the large hydron collector at Cerne, is a disaster in space itself.

He said empty spaces were not a void at all; it was the place where everything was happening, inside there were hidden objects, all the forces, particles or particles that governed the world of physics, and the current void could be fragile and unstable.

Rees pointed out that larger energy molecules that do not form in accelerators repeatedly collide in the galaxy without breaking the gap.

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