Hello, I'm new here, and I guess I should give a brief intro.I'm in high school, and I have some interest in physics.A lot of it, in fact.I signed up because the fear mongering over the LHC led me to seek some answers, and I guess this is as good a place as any. Well, here goes: 1) What is the probability of a micro black hole being created at the LHC ? 2)I know that cosmic rays collide in even higher energy reactions than that at the LHC.But the anti-LHC people say that the MBHs formed from these reactions are thrown away into space, while the MBHs formed in the LHC are created at rest.Is this true, and if it is, does it make a difference? How exactly is the velocity determined? 3)What are the odds of strangelet formation in the Large Hadron Collider? 4)Are there any other probable dangers of the LHC ? 5)If a micro black hole is formed at the LHC, does it pose any significant danger to Earth?