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Company Sued for Potentially Ending the World
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Company Sued for Potentially Ending the World

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Company Sued for Potentially Ending the World

Company Sued for Potentially Ending the World
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Will a scientific instrument in Europe rip open the space-time continuum? The plaintiffs of a new lawsuit say the Large Hadron Collider might inadvertently create microscopic black holes and end the world as we know it.

KUSP's Rick Kleffel reports on the lawsuit that has life imitating science fiction.

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