Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Well ...

... we're all still here. That's a good thing, given the alternative. Of course, we'll only truly know the full extent of the damage when light starts shooting out of the Indian Ocean.
One of them, Professor Otto Rossler, a retired German chemist, said he feared the experiment may create a devastating quasar – a mass of energy fuelled by black holes – inside the Earth.

‘Nothing will happen for at least four years,’ he said. ‘Then someone will spot a light ray coming out of the Indian Ocean during the night and no one will be able to explain it.

‘A few weeks later, we will see a similar beam of particles coming out of the soil on the other side of the planet. Then we will know there is a little quasar inside the planet.’

Prof Rossler said that as the spinning-top-like quasar devoured the world from within, the two jets emanating from it would grow and catastrophes such as earthquakes and tsunamis would occur at the points they emerged from the Earth.

‘The weather will change completely, wiping out life, and very soon the whole planet will be eaten in a magnificent scenario – if you could watch it from the moon. A Biblical Armageddon. Even cloud and fire will form, as it says in the Bible.’
Wow, if that's true, that'll really suck, eh.

3 comments:

Jeanette said...

Now you're really scaring me! I was already paranoid enough about the whole Mayan calendar and that would coincide with this. What a downer!

Thomas Joseph said...

Jeanette: I wouldn't worry about it. I think the experiments themselves are harmless. As many of the physics experts have said, these "reactions" are occurring daily all around us (and in outer space) and they don't pose these "Doomsday" problems. We're all good. Until we're not. :P

Jeanette said...

Cool.