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Petition to CERN

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"Honey, I shrunk the earth!" A Petition to CERN Please, hold off until a learned dialog has been held regarding new scientific evidence. The LHC experiment is hoped to produce mini black holes for the first time in history - possibly one per second over a year. This hope is one of the reasons why the experiment (at 14 times the energy of any previous one) is presently being undertaken, starting April 1, 2008. This experiment should be held-off until a scientific debate of two new risk factors that surfaced only a few months ago has taken place: 1) Non evaporation (in contrast to the up until now expected very fast evaporation in accord with a formula predicted by Stephen Hawking 33 years ago). 2) Runaway growth inside the earth (in contrast to the "linear growth" expected up till now). A proof of non evaporation is implicit in a re-analysis of the 92-year old radial Schwarzschild metric ("unequal vertical radar distances"). A proof of runaway growth is implicit in the quasar-attractor principle well-known empirically but not recognized as a principle of its own. Accordingly exponential growth starts immediately with a black hole of any size including mini black holes, when embedded in eatable matter like the interior of the earth. Hence it cannot be excluded at present that the first earth-dwelling mini black hole will shrink the earth to 1 cm in a matter of "50 months" rather than the "50 million years" still estimated in last year's BBC poll which generated 97 percent nay votes. Every earth dweller who thinks the new risks deserve being discussed (and hopefully ruled- out) in time: Please, sign this "petition for further debate" Date: April 18, 2008,


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