Got anything planned for wednesday boyz? If the CERN brain trust have it wrong the big bang might be bigger than they thought. Scientists plan to smash particle beams together at close to the speed of light inside CERN's tightly-sealed Large Hadron Collider to create multiple mini-versions of the primeval Big Bang, which occurred about 13.7 billion years ago and led to formation of stars, planets -- and eventually to life on earth. CERN scientists insist that while the collider is capable of creating black holes, they would be miniscule and incapable of growing. "Each collision of a pair of protons in the LHC will release an amount of energy comparable to that of two colliding mosquitoes, so any black hole produced would be much smaller than those known to astrophysicists." Always assuming no one lost a decimal point. "Gee Ugene wouldn't it be cool to make a black hole in Switzerland"