High Energy Particle Physics


Exploring Terrestial Flux of Hypothetical Stable Micro Black Holes Produced in Particle Colliders Relative to Natural Cosmic Ray Exposure

Authors: Thomas B Kerwick

Although studies into the relation between the effects of hypothetical stable TeV-scale black holes produced in particle colliders relative to those which may be produced in nature due to cosmic ray (CR) collisions have already been conducted in some detail [1] this short paper re-explores the relationship between the two. Herein the same figures of CR flux and the planned number of collisions over the lifetime of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) are used to determine a comparison between the two, though different results are concluded due to account taken to some less-considered differences between sub-Keplerian phenomena (<11.186km/s) and faster phenomena which would evade gravity capture. The relative flux and the consequential effects of such stable MBH are considered herein due to recently published research [2] which disputes the effectiveness of Hawking Radiation (HR) in the widely anticipated (though sometimes challenged [5][6][7]) evaporation of any such phenomena.

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[v1] 2012-03-15 07:00:51
[v2] 2012-04-09 15:12:48

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