Thread: Dangers of the LHC View Single Post
 P: 8 yeah, it's more if the black holes don't evaporate, or if Hawking Radiation doesn't exist or work... Thats when the above "arguments" I gave come into play, but most physicists support the LHC, so maybe the arguments from the "risk evaluation forum" (link posted above) are groundless to any one with a strong physics background, like Anonym suggested.... I simply don't know because I don't have a physics background, thats why I came here asking for thoughts or even reasurance.... So by the slim chance hawking radiation doesn't work or exist are teh arguments I originaly posted still groundless? Thanks