I'm sure that everyone is familiar with the Large Hadron colider under construction at CERN I am just curious about the hawking radiation that is to be produced to reveal the extra dimensions that are theorised by string theory. Hawking radiation as I understand it evaporates because of it's unstable nature (or reverts back to it's stable state), but in order for it uncurl the dimensions it would have to exist as an opposing energy to space time itself. Everything existing within the universe is relative to the big bang (the extent of the past), and to the future (the final divisions and epressions of all energy and mass). The earth and all matter within it exists along this projected expanse stabalised within the dimensions of time space that maintain existence at this point. If black hole matter either wave or particular was to exist outside it's stable existence with in the continuum would it cause the material energies that come in contact with it remove or distabalise it from the continuum?