It may be possible that with a powerful enough particle collider that we can create very small black holes. They are supposed to evaporate extremely fast, a tiny fraction of a second. I know that we aren't even sure we can make them, but some of today’s leading theories suggest we can. Can these same theories suggest a way in which we can, in the near future, create a black hole that won't evaporate? Might it be possible to create a super small black hole and feed it fast enough to make it permanent? Perhaps shoot a beam of particles at it as soon as it forms or something. Wondering what people who know more about this than me think.