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Old 9th September 2008 , 03:53 PM
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It won't end tomorrow. But there is a serious risk of danger from the mini black holes it might produce. On the plus side, they'd take four years to grow large enough to destroy the planet. On the down side, that would be 2012, a year in which ancient religions have prophesised the apocalypse to occur, and in which NASA have found an asteroid that might collide with earth. Thankfully, it won't. Won't come close enough to be drawn in by Earth's magnetic or gravitational pull. Earth + a black hole the size of a country though, that'd be another story. And one that ends in us, basically, dying in horrible, horrible, firey death.
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