That YouTube clip handles about 3 things: Black Holes / Strangelets / Creating a New Universe
And the overall motivation is at 10:10 -
"Nature is doing it ... it hasn't caused anything weird. So why to expect it to happen to us!?"
Those 3 concepts are rather Science-fictional and the first 2 should be caused by single hits, so I have nothing against their argumentation, they are correct, similar events do happen all the time. The third one starts to go up my alley but is still too weird for me. I rather look a more down to earth analogy: "lighting a candle"
Combustion Process / Candle Flame Mechanism:
"In this state they can then readily react with oxygen in the air, which gives off enough heat in the subsequent exothermic reaction to vaporize yet more fuel, thus sustaining a consistent flame. The high temperature of the flame causes the vaporized fuel molecules to decompose, forming various incomplete combustion products and free radicals, and these products then react with each other and with the oxidizer involved in the reaction."
Why a candle? Well the continuous high energy collisions, at a high frequency & density, and at one specific place in the nothingness that is filled with Dark matter (hot/cold), or Aether (gas/liquid) as it was called in the victorian era, could be compared to a sparkling match/lighter, whereby the continuos generated thermal energy moves through the air/vacuum/gas/liquid, to constantly heat up the matter/wax/atoms/protons/quarks in a distance, that will start to meltdown, and who may be then nearing the point of combustion (phase transition), increase the heat a little more and ... Pretty basic don't you think?
To recap, all matter is build-up out of elementary particles that have vibrational patterns, and these particles interact with each other. Now when these particles find themselves in the vacuum, a bath full of dark matter and other structures that make up the fabric of (empty) space, now when this vacuum gets to be continuously shook-up with high energies, than it isn't unthinkable that at some point these organisms get to be disturbed in their dynamics, causing them to decompose (combust) and release a lot of energy. So a whole bunch of protons might start to splash open all at once, just like as if they where collided at high frequencies & densities, and this sudden eruption of energy would have the same effect in the nothingness, as the first collisions that started it off, and a chain of events might be set in motion.
I mention here "frequency & density"
and this is where the LHC is something very different than that argument of natural cosmic rays at 10:10
In nature there are about a thousand cosmic-ray collisions of a few GeV’s (1 GeV= 10^9 electron Volt) per second per m^2. In LHC it are about one 1 billion per second per cm^2. That’s 1.000.000 times more for a surface which is 10.000 smaller, a density difference of 10 billion.
This year we humans are going to generate collisions on this planet, that are even 1000 times more intense, with energies of 8 TeV (1 TeV= 10^12 eV). These collisions are in nature even less frequent per m^2 while the frequency at the LHC of 1 billion per cm^2 is maintained. btw look at the table to make a comparison in temperature.
The LHC is something like a magnifying glass where more and more collisions get to be packed into one condensed spot in time and space, while in nature it is more of a varying low density rainy flow.
Now if the void was real empty space than it would be correct what to say, that it are all little quanta that “are galaxies apart”, but the fact of the matter is that there IS a fabric of space, the vacuum is not just empty space, and it might get to be more and more excited at such high frequencies and densities, in such a way that it hasn’t got the time to relax and it might start having the effects of a loupe that also bundles small energy quanta (photons) into one focus point, to start a combustion process in the matter in the (surrounding) area on which it is aimed at:
Actually what does distance in space means when you do the double-slit experiment and the photons get to feel the 2nd slit that is relatively a “galaxy apart” or “on the human scale” a few millimeters away?
Now safety experts also like to wave with Ultra-high-energy cosmic rays of 10^20 eV, but these events are very rare, they happen only a few times a year, and over the whole surface of the earth. Note, we hardly have a clue of what these events are, who says that they aren’t small bursts.
So overall what they safety raport likes to focus on are single events, never do they talk about the whole event and the "frequency & density"
, they don't think its an issue, I think it might be.
See how in the image below how 1 turn at a time won't start a fire, but at a much higher frequency & density ...