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comment How fast a (relatively) small black hole will consume the Earth?
The location of the hole on the earth's surface should be completely irrelevant, actually. The Earth's gravitational field should cause the hole to fall into the planet, constantly accelerating until it reached the core. At that point, the inertia that the hole has picked up should carry it back out towards the other end to about the same altitude that it was created at (using your LHC theory) and would effectively pass back and forth through the planet ad nauseum. The only way the black hole would be "at rest" relative to Earth is if it were created in the Earth's core.