High Energy Particle Physics


Discussions on the Hypothesis that Cosmic Ray Exposure on Sirius B Negates Terrestrial MBH Concerns from Colliders

Authors: Thomas B Kerwick

This paper serves to document discussions held in public forum [1] with Prof. Otto E Rössler, chaos theory expert and outsider academic on Large Hadron Collider (LHC) safety procurement. Whereas a recent paper [2] written by Prof. Otto E. Rössler on further implications to Einstein’s equivalence principle suggest that if MBH were created on Earth due to LHC experiments, a topic explored in the earlier work of Giddings & Mangano [3], that these would pose an existential risk to planet Earth though an exponential accretion processes, these discussions serve to countering such claims through hypotheses on stable TeV-scale MBH in such conditions. Whereas G&M have already explored the existence of neutron stars and white dwarfs in their safety assurances on LHC experiments [3], these discussions focused on Sirius B as a simple case study - the white dwarf companion of our closely-proximate Sirius pair – and nearest white dwarf to Earth - with a casual overview on the rate of CR flux on the Sirius pair –and gravitational capture of the products of CR exposure on Sirius B.

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[v1] 2012-08-02 10:19:47
[v2] 2012-08-12 15:09:54
[v3] 2012-08-13 14:03:05
[v4] 2012-08-15 05:24:47
[v5] 2012-09-15 04:15:43
[v6] 2014-06-13 08:34:01

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