Isotopia wrote:That's nothing.
Steering magnets at some of the larger accelerators generate fields are so strong that if one were standing next to one when fully energized during operations it would strip the iron out of your blood cells.
how good do we feel about the ability of a squirrel (except Rocket J.) getting into a top security, end of the world possibility, super secret machine and chewing the "off" wire?.........
it just doesnt work that way. your
bullshit detector is in fine working shape. Iron bound in Hemoglobin
is not ferromagnetic."
Technically, that's Squirrel Suicide.unjonharley wrote:Squirrelcide is very common in Salem..
When one decides to end it all.. He jumps into the transformer yard.. (these are found around most citys) Then just piles on the hi voltage.
THis will knock out blocks of power to homes.. Almost as good as writing a hate note on the way out.
gyre wrote:I don't think they are supposed to expose people to those experimental back to the future magnets in labs.
But if anyone has any ideas?
Isotopia wrote: Safeguards at accelerator facilities are among the most rigorous and complex in the world with multiple backup and safeguards.
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gyre wrote:Do you really think so?
Where did they get a magnet that big?
I often see extremely faulty methodology on that show.
Once they proved something was true and then said it was a myth!!!
What did they do?
Apollonaris Zeus wrote:End of the World as we knew it delayed for two months:
DVD Burner wrote:Apollonaris Zeus wrote:End of the World as we knew it delayed for two months:
Oh yeah that accelerator seems pretty darn safe to me.
gyre wrote:Referring to a black hole being created and destroying the earth, Dr. Tara Shears referred to it as the possibility of something untoward happening.
I vote best euphemism ever!
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