I'm not fully able to comprehend the argument that allegedly proves, that no mini b/h can emerge at CERN - that we witness collions at higher energies everyday and no b/h has occured so far - besides the prediction that such objects would immediately decay and disintegrate because of Hawking-radiation. Latter asummption aside, how can one possibly compare h/e interstellar particles collisions with the experiment conducted at CERN? If we were talking about the same issue here, physicists wouldnt have had to build the LHC but just put CMS somewhere in the wild, waiting for the next interstellar particle to cause an event. It's simply not the same. The situation is completly different, the conditions under which the experiment is conducted are differend and the whole outcome is complicated, subjected to chaos (especially any unpredicted and unintended follow-up events inside or outside the detector, irrespective of how much energy is still in them) and - most important - IS, IN FACT, counting on "new physics". That said, from the most simple and unphysicistic standpoint and with bare reasoning, how can anyone be more than 60% (let's say) sure, that no mini b/h or even worse will occur? Not panicing, just curious.