Aug 7, 2011

The German Bomb at Last

Posted by in categories: existential risks, particle physics

Einstein is still not accepted in Germany – to judge from the fact that there are no academic curricula designed in his footsteps. A new finding implicit in his “happiest thought” as he always called it entails that a currently running German-led experiment will shrink the earth to 2 cm in a few years’ time with a sizable probability. The ostentatious “Albert-Einstein-Institut” refuses to discuss the matter since the German-led LHC experiment must go on at all costs.

The (currently) German-led UN Security Council does not respond to the kind request to endorse the scientific safety conference needed to defuse the bomb alarm. A world-wide press curfew is in charge. Is the world press also German-led?

If Einstein were still alive, he would no doubt cry alarm again. Please, dear Israel: give the warnings of an unworthy son the benefit of the doubt. I hope it is not too late.


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  1. robomoon says:

    The great majority of all sentient beings shall be very thankful for your highly important work against the greatest existential risk caused by supporters of dangerous particle experiments. See…ment-88961 my previous comment, it is getting easy to lose oversight.

  2. Croux says:

    Germany isn’t leading the UN Security Council anymore — that was in July and is over. It was just one month, as usulal for every country. You are fare behind time and reality here, like you are in your assumption that Einstein would have cryed alarm.

    And what should the Security Council decide? Attacking Germany with bombs like Libya, because of the LHC-Experiments in Switzerland?

  3. robomoon says:

    Thank you for pointing out this fairly great political mistake. Sorry, but the great majority of all sentient beings has not been aware that the presidency rotates monthly among the state members of the Security Council. As previously suggested, a majority shall be thankful for Prof. Rossler’s highly important work, while the work of further activists who posted comments in this discussion shall be thanked for by the minority who could be free to choose their favorites themselves. Those favorites should be the work of further activists with the many discussions of previous blog articles who commented under the names: Robert Houston…ment-87519 for e.g., Anthony L…ment-88971 for e.g., and those who commented less frequently like Niccolò Tottoli for e.g., Mr. Cleese…ment-83858 for e.g., and all the others who helped for security.

  4. DaFreak says:

    I have had enough of this. I like the idea behind the lifeboat foundation but it’s posts like this that make me question if I shouldn’t take this site out of my stream. You post way too often and always about the same topic. Apart from being wrong, it’s just plain boring.

  5. Otto E. Rossler says:

    I would love to learn about the source of your assuredness since you seem to have understood everything. I do not need a good scientist: only a person who can think.

  6. robomoon says:

    So it is going politically wrong. We sure forgot to comment about the monthly changing council leader weeks ago. Related comments are…ment-89037 with further recommendations here…ment-89051 to Ambassador Hardeep Singh Puri of India, while other highly esteemed leaders like the Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle of Germany and Prince Charles of the UK shall also work to stop the funding of dangerous experiments. This must be taken serious even when most of our readers find it boring.

  7. Otto E. Rossler says:

    My request was made to the UN Security Council in time and was obviously rejected during the German presidency. Can anyone tell me whether I must make it again under the new presidency?

  8. robomoon says:

    In case it might serve a purpose, here one postal address: Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales, Clarence House, London, SW1A 1BA, UK. May the version of your report from comment…ment-88910 shall be shortened, only to leave out some special sentences containing words like frog and phrases like green thumb. It might eventually help when Prince Charles receives that report attached to a letter in which Their Royal Highnesses is getting informed about your past accomplishments in hindsight to the urgently required safety for life. That letter might also contain information about your accomplishment of having tried much to inform the Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle, but you are also considering to contact the Ambassador Hardeep Singh Puri or the next monthly UN Security Council President.

  9. Robert Houston says:

    There is no issue on Lifeboat or on Earth that is more important than the potential disastrous consequences of the experiments of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, for which Professor Rossler has justly called for a safety conference and international review. Even the prospect of an all-out nuclear war between the superpowers, horrifying as that would be, has been estimated to result in the loss 3 to 6% of the world population (200−400 million lives) and to leave the planet still viable. The destruction of our world by an LHC-produced black hole or strangelet, however, would mean the end of all humanity.

    The Director-General of CERN is a German particle physicist, Dr. Rolf-Dieter Heuer, who was previously the research director of DESY, Germany’s largest accelerator center. He has pushed for the LHC to attain ever increasing luminosity (rates of particle collisions), without any concern for environmental dangers, and has declined all requests for an environmental impact study or safety conference. As recklessly foolhardy as Dr. Heuer has been in leading CERN, it should be noted that three other German physicists engaged in outright suppression of crucial findings concerning the LHC’s planetary risk.

    In the first version of their 2008 paper, “Exclusion of black hole disaster scenarios at the LHC” (at, Drs. Koch, Bleicher and Stocker included a section III on “Taking mini black holes seriously.” In this section they gave equations for the rate of accretion if “the LHC produces a…black hole which gets stuck somewhere in the middle of the earth.” They estimated that “with one extra dimension, the earth would be accreted into the black hole in 27 years.” This is about the midpoint of Prof. Rossler’s frequent estimate of “50 months to 50 years.”

    However, in the published paper (Koch et al., Physics Letters B 672:71–76, 2009), the original Sec. III was eliminated as well as an accompanying figure that showed the “Growth rate of mini black holes” and the 27 year accretion time for one extra dimension. The cover-up of these vital findings enabled Koch et al. to more credibly proclaim a whitewash conclusion in defense of the LHC.

  10. robomoon says:

    Your blog comments are of great importance for a better risk evaluation. Those with a decent educational background in mathematics and natural sciences shall be very thankful for the excellent research information you posted with comments regarding the real danger of great installations in particle experiments. However, such experiments require bounteously funded laboratories, installations, and equipment. So it would be in the best interest of life to make many political leaders in different regions aware they can bring this greatest existential risk under control without inflicting harm to neither scientific progress nor life on Earth. A decrease in the financial funding of dangerous installations would be a correct political decision to this existential risk. Nevertheless, it would be really the best you could try when you are signing up at Lifeboat to publish your highly informative messages directly in the form of blog articles instead of comments below the blog articles which the public might not read so much. We do not want some people taking the Lifeboat site out of their stream when they see the only one posting blog articles about this risk has been Prof. Rossler. That makes readers probably feel he is posting too often while the topic looks mostly the same. Apart from being wrong to leave this task to only one person, it seems to be just plain boring to some readers who want more than only one activist who is publishing the blog articles about something that requires a drastic political change.

  11. Otto E. Rossler says:

    I learned rom a reliable source that the UN Security Council is presently occupied with the matter.

  12. robomoon says:

    From all sentient beings, thank you for these stunning political news. But who knows, it may be also interesting for the common being to see if Prince Charles is getting ready to speak out a word of authority against the big bang — or rather big bank — evaluation by which provides a blurred insight into their price calculation: UK’s yearly direct contribution to the LHC is less than the cost of a pint of beer per adult. With all drinks together, a poor haul of £108Million per annum. But in hindsight to our mental- and emotional health, they did a naughty calculation: only some very old adults among common beings shall drink so much beer, they are senile enough. No wonder LHC has a tight budget. They cannot even afford running a better supercomputer, so they got a cheaper solution: it will offer us the fortune of even more chances for growing developments with BlackHole@Home 0.1 into Planetocide@Home 1.0, together with some expected trends towards LHC@Home 3.0, see about current version 2.0. It might be getting too late.