Heavy Ion Alert is an international group of critics concerned about the insufficiency of existing safety arguments regarding Large Hadron Collider heavy ion collisions – between lead nuclei – and the unsatisfactory nature of the associated regulatory process.
As shown below, CASTOR is the LHC's detector primarily for strangelets:
According to both CASTOR theory and another CERN theory, strangelets could satisfy dangerous attribute (i) of negative
Again according to these theories, LHC strangelets could also satisfy dangerous attribute (ii) of stability:
CASTOR theory and the likelihood of strangelet production:
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