Large Hadron Collider... Up and running, again!

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by Baron Zemo » Sat Nov 21, 2009 3:24 pm

Preezy wrote:Baron :fp: :lol:


:lol: :fp: I think i shall just and bow my head in shame after this mishap

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by Qikzen » Sat Nov 21, 2009 3:42 pm

Preezy wrote:Well I just checked my calendar and it turns out the world will end on December 31st THIS YEAR!

The only way to stop Armageddon? Get a new calendar for Christmas (preferably the Official Keeley one 8-) )


Yeah exactly. Are people too stupid to realise the Mayan Calander goes in cycles, like ours but longer? It's not the world ending, it's the end of the cycle for this current mayan calander.

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by Saigon Slick » Sat Nov 21, 2009 4:01 pm

Basically, I came into the thread to post what StayingDead just did. It's just the resetting of their calendar, nothing special, nothing WORLD ENDINGLY strawberry floated or anything like that. :lol:

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by andretmzt » Sat Nov 21, 2009 4:21 pm


HSH28 wrote:No Last Guardian.
No new exclusive PS4 games.
No longer free MP for PS4.

Microsoft win E3.
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by Qikzen » Sat Nov 21, 2009 4:24 pm

Deadpool wrote:Basically, I came into the thread to post what StayingDead just did. It's just the resetting of their calendar, nothing special, nothing WORLD ENDINGLY strawberry floated or anything like that. :lol:


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Yeah, that's what the Y2K wants us to think! When the world ends'a comin' I'm gonna be prepared for it. Damn you Y2K!

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by Peter Crisp » Sat Nov 21, 2009 4:28 pm

$ilva $hadow wrote::lol: Tha Mayans.

People give that bullshit too much credit. They haven't predicted a single thing that was accurate.


But I've just spent £500 million on an indestructible panic room made from Unobtainium so I can be the last person alive. Seems like a bit of a waste if the world doesn't end in 2012 and it's going to make the film makers a bunch of liars who I'm going to sue for false advertisement.

jiggles wrote:Nobody with a VR headset is going to be using it regularly this time next year, let alone in 4 years time.


Posted 16th March 2016. Let's see.
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by Qikzen » Sat Nov 21, 2009 4:30 pm

Infact, something else is there predictions didn't really help them did it. There civilization, oh what a great one that is. Oh wait no it isn't, the civilization crumbled even with all their Calander telling them when the world is going to end. :lol:

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by Somebody Else's Presents » Sat Nov 21, 2009 4:33 pm

Peter Crisp wrote:
$ilva $hadow wrote::lol: Tha Mayans.

People give that bullshit too much credit. They haven't predicted a single thing that was accurate.


But I've just spent £500 million on an indestructible panic room made from Unobtainium so I can be the last person alive. Seems like a bit of a waste if the world doesn't end in 2012 and it's going to make the film makers a bunch of liars who I'm going to sue for false advertisement.


Could have saved yourself a lot of money and made it out of N64s and Gamecubes.

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by Peter Crisp » Sat Nov 21, 2009 4:35 pm

To be fair every civilisation crumbles eventually. The civilisation we are in right now may be a long running one but it will end at some point when either nature gives us all a good pasting or we blow ourselves back into the stone age over dwindling resources. I bet the Romans thought they were pretty kick arse at the height of Roman power but even they didn't stand the test of time.

jiggles wrote:Nobody with a VR headset is going to be using it regularly this time next year, let alone in 4 years time.


Posted 16th March 2016. Let's see.
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by Baron Zemo » Sat Nov 21, 2009 4:50 pm

Peter Crisp wrote:To be fair every civilisation crumbles eventually. The civilisation we are in right now may be a long running one but it will end at some point when either nature gives us all a good pasting or we blow ourselves back into the stone age over dwindling resources. I bet the Romans thought they were pretty kick arse at the height of Roman power but even they didn't stand the test of time.


I'm petrified of the thought of dieing, sometimes when i can't sleep i just think about it and i scare myself to sleep :lol: :fp:

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by Lucien » Sat Nov 21, 2009 5:03 pm

BaronZemo wrote:
Peter Crisp wrote:To be fair every civilisation crumbles eventually. The civilisation we are in right now may be a long running one but it will end at some point when either nature gives us all a good pasting or we blow ourselves back into the stone age over dwindling resources. I bet the Romans thought they were pretty kick arse at the height of Roman power but even they didn't stand the test of time.


I'm petrified of the thought of dieing, sometimes when i can't sleep i just think about it and i scare myself to sleep :lol: :fp:


Don't worry too much, dieing is still a part of life... the good thing is while dieing you might think 'Just let me die!' And if death is the end, then that'll be easy. So you most probably are heading to an easy thing from a hard thing.

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by Lucien » Sat Nov 21, 2009 5:05 pm

Peter Crisp wrote:To be fair every civilisation crumbles eventually. The civilisation we are in right now may be a long running one but it will end at some point when either nature gives us all a good pasting or we blow ourselves back into the stone age over dwindling resources. I bet the Romans thought they were pretty kick arse at the height of Roman power but even they didn't stand the test of time.


This. We're building things that are going to crash into a brick wall one day, and we keep making ourselves bigger even though we're very sure it'll come. It's very odd to me.

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by Baron Zemo » Sat Nov 21, 2009 5:06 pm

Lucien wrote:
BaronZemo wrote:
Peter Crisp wrote:To be fair every civilisation crumbles eventually. The civilisation we are in right now may be a long running one but it will end at some point when either nature gives us all a good pasting or we blow ourselves back into the stone age over dwindling resources. I bet the Romans thought they were pretty kick arse at the height of Roman power but even they didn't stand the test of time.


I'm petrified of the thought of dieing, sometimes when i can't sleep i just think about it and i scare myself to sleep :lol: :fp:


Don't worry too much, dieing is still a part of life... the good thing is while dieing you might think 'Just let me die!' And if death is the end, then that'll be easy. So you most probably are heading to an easy thing from a hard thing.


True, but what scares me is if God doesn't exist; no Heaven or Hell, that means we can't even think and that's what gets me.

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by Lucien » Sat Nov 21, 2009 5:07 pm

BaronZemo wrote:
Lucien wrote:
BaronZemo wrote:
Peter Crisp wrote:To be fair every civilisation crumbles eventually. The civilisation we are in right now may be a long running one but it will end at some point when either nature gives us all a good pasting or we blow ourselves back into the stone age over dwindling resources. I bet the Romans thought they were pretty kick arse at the height of Roman power but even they didn't stand the test of time.


I'm petrified of the thought of dieing, sometimes when i can't sleep i just think about it and i scare myself to sleep :lol: :fp:


Don't worry too much, dieing is still a part of life... the good thing is while dieing you might think 'Just let me die!' And if death is the end, then that'll be easy. So you most probably are heading to an easy thing from a hard thing.


True, but what scares me is if God doesn't exist; no Heaven or Hell, that means we can't even think and that's what gets me.


Kind of like before you were born. :)

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by Baron Zemo » Sat Nov 21, 2009 5:08 pm

Lucien wrote:
BaronZemo wrote:
Lucien wrote:
BaronZemo wrote:
Peter Crisp wrote:To be fair every civilisation crumbles eventually. The civilisation we are in right now may be a long running one but it will end at some point when either nature gives us all a good pasting or we blow ourselves back into the stone age over dwindling resources. I bet the Romans thought they were pretty kick arse at the height of Roman power but even they didn't stand the test of time.


I'm petrified of the thought of dieing, sometimes when i can't sleep i just think about it and i scare myself to sleep :lol: :fp:


Don't worry too much, dieing is still a part of life... the good thing is while dieing you might think 'Just let me die!' And if death is the end, then that'll be easy. So you most probably are heading to an easy thing from a hard thing.


True, but what scares me is if God doesn't exist; no Heaven or Hell, that means we can't even think and that's what gets me.


Kind of like before you were born. :)


Back then was gooseberry fool aswell :P

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by Lucien » Sat Nov 21, 2009 5:10 pm

BaronZemo wrote:
Lucien wrote:
BaronZemo wrote:
Lucien wrote:
BaronZemo wrote:
Peter Crisp wrote:To be fair every civilisation crumbles eventually. The civilisation we are in right now may be a long running one but it will end at some point when either nature gives us all a good pasting or we blow ourselves back into the stone age over dwindling resources. I bet the Romans thought they were pretty kick arse at the height of Roman power but even they didn't stand the test of time.


I'm petrified of the thought of dieing, sometimes when i can't sleep i just think about it and i scare myself to sleep :lol: :fp:


Don't worry too much, dieing is still a part of life... the good thing is while dieing you might think 'Just let me die!' And if death is the end, then that'll be easy. So you most probably are heading to an easy thing from a hard thing.


True, but what scares me is if God doesn't exist; no Heaven or Hell, that means we can't even think and that's what gets me.


Kind of like before you were born. :)


Back then was **** aswell :P


:lol:

I get you though, nobody likes the thought no matter how hard, but it'll be ok.

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by Saint of Killers » Sat Nov 21, 2009 5:25 pm

I was checking out videos on TED this morning and saw for the first time the damage caused to the LHC.

http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/brian ... e_lhc.html

2:10s mark if anyone else hasn't seen it either.

| (•_•)| S: This is the best date I've been on since my last date. PB: This is not a date.
S: Neither was the last one. It was a robbery. M: Really? S: Yeah. She stole my heart. And my crown. (❍ᴥ❍ʋ)
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by gaminglegend » Sat Nov 21, 2009 6:22 pm

Right, I'm don't know much about the LHC so please bear with me and help me out.

Its to recreate the big bang particles or something isn't it? The birth of the universe? It sounds a bit too far to be that so maybe I've heard it wrong as if we start firing out planets and all sorts it wont be good.

Generally I just don't know what its for.

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by Preezy » Sat Nov 21, 2009 6:27 pm

gaminglegend wrote:Right, I'm don't know much about the LHC so please bear with me and help me out.

Its to recreate the big bang particles or something isn't it? The birth of the universe? It sounds a bit too far to be that so maybe I've heard it wrong as if we start firing out planets and all sorts it wont be good.

Generally I just don't know what its for.


Wikipedia wrote:The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the world's largest and highest-energy particle accelerator, intended to collide opposing particle beams of either protons at an energy of 7 TeV per particle or lead nuclei at an energy of 574 TeV per nucleus. It is expected that it will address the most fundamental questions of physics, which seem to block further progress in understanding the deepest laws of nature. The LHC lies in a tunnel 27 kilometres (17 mi) in circumference, as much as 175 metres (570 ft) beneath the Franco-Swiss border near Geneva, Switzerland.


So basically...yeah....

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by Alvin Flummux » Sat Nov 21, 2009 7:27 pm

Lucien wrote:
Peter Crisp wrote:To be fair every civilisation crumbles eventually. The civilisation we are in right now may be a long running one but it will end at some point when either nature gives us all a good pasting or we blow ourselves back into the stone age over dwindling resources. I bet the Romans thought they were pretty kick arse at the height of Roman power but even they didn't stand the test of time.


This. We're building things that are going to crash into a brick wall one day, and we keep making ourselves bigger even though we're very sure it'll come. It's very odd to me.


It doesn't help that we've built a highly technological society where the vast majority of the populace hasn't a strawberry floating clue how to maintain said technology. :fp:

Jupiter is in your sun sign this week, making it pretty crowded in there, what with Jupiter being the largest of the planets and all.

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