The need to monitor and control Private Research

November 27, 2008

The need to monitor and control Private Research
~James Dunn

Inspired by: Little Hawk

Currently, no one monitors individuals doing extraordinarily dangerous research; not even the NSA. Even though the NSA is supposed to provide for our National Security, their hands are tied in various ways by Corporations (corruption). Corporations are allowed to create hybrid corns and implement them without adequate safeguards (corn crops are now susceptable to blights that could wipe out world production of corn), as an example.

On a more devastating note, scientists are attempting to create a microscopic “Black Hole” in the laboratory. Microscopic black hole experiments should be done off-world. I do think the experiments are worth doing, it can potentially provide us with the fuel needed for transiting space and living almost anywhere in the Universe.

The Sun is a Great place to get our fuel for the next million years or so; here on Earth. But we can not take the Sun with us when we travel from solar system to solar system.

Self-Funding Method to Reverse Global Warming & Provide Abundant Clean Energy
http://blog.360.yahoo.com/jamesbdunn?p=224

The NSA should have its function expanded while being monitored and controlled by State elected doctors of science who demonstrate an ability to analyze ethically.

Ethically Eliminate ALL Corruption & Monitor ALL Potentially Destructive Research
http://blog.360.yahoo.com/jamesbdunn?p=57

A Black Hole will theoretically dissapate quickly because of Hawkings Radiation. Basically a small amount of energy released will eventually “evaporate” the Black Hole. So for a microscopic sized black hole this would only take a few seconds; suposedly. A Fast-Nuclear Fission takes around one microsecond; so this black hole would hang around several million times longer than a fission. Could adjacent atoms fission and fuel the microscopic black hole?

Keep in mind that Hawkings Radiation is theoretical. When a star is mated with a black hole an enormous amount of energy is converted. Notice I didn’t say matter. What we understand to be subatomic particles (not particles of matter, but particles of information about energy interactions) are reformed into other than observable and non-observable structures.

According to the big bang theory, the entire Universe and 125 billion galaxies presently detectable, and the potential trillions upon trillions of galaxies (perhaps infinite) all were created in a moment in time out of a volume smaller than a hydrogen atom; confluence. Again, theory. A singular position supposedly spawned all that we know. However, we know very little.

But nothing hardcore has refuted this theory as yet.

So take a current theory about black holes that says it has no mass. If it has no mass, does it have enertia? So when a star orbits a black hole (which was observed by a telescope) and the black hole doesn’t appear to have moved at all, then a graviton node has been proposed as being the reason why the black hole imparts gravity but is not affected by gravity. But do black holes move in relation to one another. According to the expanding Universe theory, they do. Black holes are at the center of many, perhaps all, galaxies. So as the Universe expands, supposedly the black holes are moving apart from one another. This of course assumes that light is not significantly influenced by gravity as it propagates through space; which we know it is influenced, but we don’t know what the effects are in what we percieve. The Hubble telescope shows this bending of light throughout the perceived Universe.

So, the theory that the microscopic Black Hole will evaporate because of its small size is a theory. If the Universe can form out of a singularity smaller than an atom, what is to say that the attempt to create a microsopic black hole does not create something else?

As for the black hole needing a mass equivalent to Mount Everest to sustain itself. A current theory is that black holes have no mass. So what does cause a black hole to have its size and position? Are what we call subatomic particles able to be converted to promote graviton creation? The matter that enters a black hole is torn apart into its subatomic constituants. What occurs in that soup of confluence?

If black holes move in relation to references other than local positional references; once created the microscopic black hole may move at fractions of the speed of light, or as with entangled pairs, possibly faster than the speed of light, until it finds the mass it needs to sustain itself. Plenty enough time to get into the mantle of the Earth.

The point here is that destruction of the Earth is feasible by doing such experimentation. I personally would rather see this experimentation be done out in space. So if a microscopic black hole needs a mountain size piece of matter to sustain itself and it can only exist a few seconds without that mass, then make sure the experiment is at least a few light-seconds from any matter larger than a mountain size piece of matter.

But when doing nuclear research, we are dealing with theories. Because in the end, we don’t really understand completely the results we achieved.

I wonder if there is a distribution of black holes in space that correspond with the liklihood of intelligent species capable of doing such experimentation? Can we look up into the heavens and ascertain whether or not intelligent species all end in the same way. Destroying themselves because of a natural consequence of nuclear physics experimentation.

http://blog.360.yahoo.com/jamesbdunn?p=20

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