I found most entertaining this comment on the blog:
Thanks for posting such a comprehensive reasoning and scientific explanation for this "black-hole creation" problem. This is an explanation that a layman can understand. I have NO knowledge of particle physics. I'd be a Luddite in terms of physics ability. But this knowledge "a black hole has to have significant mass to do damage". In otherwords unless the gravitational pull of the micro-blackhole exceeds that of the mass that it is trying to swallow, then you won't have a problem. :| At least that's what I'm getting here.
The reality's that unless you studied theoretical nuclear physics and modern theories, you've no chance to get a slightest idea of what is this all about :)