Puzzling over a âLittle Big Bangâ http://www.msnbc.com/news/750150.asp?0dm=C249T You know, if these scientists keep ramming particles together at faster and faster speeds and doing other "interesting" things in the process, we are bound at some point to "accidently" create some molecular scale black-hole that starts sucking in atoms all around it. Before you know it, you'll hear something like this in the lab, "Gee, Fred, is that section of the super-conducing ring starting to bend to you?" Five hours later CNN.com will be running a headline about how parts of Europe are just "disappearing" and how strange things are occuring in the atmosphere and on the ground. Shortly thereafter, everyone is going to be running to the opposite side of the planet, where it will already be too late and the earth will turn itself inside out. All of this just because we were a curious little race of people.