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Originally Posted by DesertRat View Post
I wonder if this could somehow be used as a method to start hot fusion?
Even if it could, net energy would still be negative....
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post #42 of 69
Although this is ridiculously hot, its nowhere near the temperature at the start of the Universe. At 10^-35 seconds of the beginning of the universe, the temperature was 10^27 K. So ~10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 degrees Celsius. Which is an unfathomably high temperature.
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Although this is ridiculously hot, its nowhere near the temperature at the start of the Universe. At 10^-35 seconds of the beginning of the universe, the temperature was 10^27 K. So ~10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 degrees Celsius. Which is an unfathomably high temperature.
wow i've never met anyone that was actually there
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Awesome. I thought it would be nifty if it melted straight through the earth into space and the vacuum sucked the earth inside-out into an abyss.
lol that's damn near sig-worthy
post #45 of 69
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Originally Posted by qwertymac93 View Post

They've gone to plaid!11!!


Yeah anyway, onto the subject of "setting the atmosphere on fire". not gonna happen. The air is mostly nitrogen, not oxygen people.
Oxygen is not flammable either. It is merely a catalyst. The proper quote would be the air is mostly nitrogen not hydrogen and oxygen. Now that would be disastrous.

anyway that is ridiculously hot. I wish I had a toy that big to play with. This collider goes to right to man's core. Watch this I am going to smash these together. We have been doing it since caveman days. It started with rocks and moved on from there. Humans love destruction.
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post #46 of 69
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Even if it could, net energy would still be negative....
I understand that what you say might be true, he is suggesting that it is only the "starter" much like the starter of an internal combustion engine. With this metaphor in mind, once it's started, it would provide energy that would make up for the massive amount of energy required to start out, like an alternator would recharge the battery for its lost charge. I have only really understand Mechanics and Electricity and Magnetism, so my understanding of these things is weak. However, I don't think you should discount this idea without fair evidence.
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post #47 of 69
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Wow! That is one amazing abstract painting.
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post #48 of 69
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This collider goes to right to man's core.

You'd best pray that it does not go right to your core.

It would be like getting squished by an aircraft carrier falling at 50kph.
post #49 of 69
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Originally Posted by gildadan View Post
Oxygen is not flammable either. It is merely a catalyst. The proper quote would be the air is mostly nitrogen not hydrogen and oxygen. Now that would be disastrous.

anyway that is ridiculously hot. I wish I had a toy that big to play with. This collider goes to right to man's core. Watch this I am going to smash these together. We have been doing it since caveman days. It started with rocks and moved on from there. Humans love destruction.
Well my original post said hydrogen, but i figured a lot of people thought the air was mostly oxygen and wanted to help correct that.
If you swapped oxygen's and nitrogen's positions in the popularity contest, it'd still be a problem... probably
BUT NO shoulda known i have to be 99.9% right in a science related post. GG sir.
Oh and it's not destruction because we are "creating" things as well when we "destroy" stuff. pesky thermal dynamics, giving us excuses to play god
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My old reference gtx 480 did twice that
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