"Large Hadron Rap" video on youtube.com
earthmatrix756 (19 hours ago) Show Hide
Ah, someone please explain the difference between two cars crashing into one another with fenders and bumpers flying everywhere, and two sub-atomic particles colliding with gluons and quarks flying everywhere. The first example is explained by common sense; the second one by theoretical physics [sic]. Neither example recreates the conditions of the Big Bang ---if there was ever such an event.
>explain the difference between two cars crashing
into one another, and two sub-atomic particles colliding Cars
are a bit bigger than Protons
earthmatrix756 (16 hours ago) Show Hide
Cars are protons. The analogy means the same physics
applies in both cases. No new matter is created from the collisions.
The Big Bang supposedly produced new matter.
>Cars are protons. ..and neutrons, and electrons But sure, if you accelerate the cars to 99.999% of the speed of light and hit them head on. Then you sure would get a nice bang.
Fordi (10 hours ago) Show Hide
I find your lack of training in QED disturbing. No, seriously. When you crash two protons together quickly enough that they actually break, the additional energy released from the collision (think fission) quickly condenses into exotic matter.
earthmatrix756 (1 minute ago) Show Hide
No matter. It matters not how fast you collide two protons [electrons/neutrons/whatever-trons], nor how much "exotic" matter you perceive, you still obtain no new matter from the collision. Physicists are purporting to derive new matter and a Big-Bang re-creation. Get real, it won't happen; it's a practical matter. The laws of physics [matter-energy] deny their wish list.
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