Be Afraid

Be Afraid… Be Very Afraid

Mankind is about to unleash the most dangerous piece of technology ever devised, far more dangerous than even the nuclear bomb. It is a step into a dimension of time and space where man does not belong, or have any real understanding of. All of the scientific knowledge you may hear babbled regarding the subatomic physics involved are purely hypothetical, as science really does not know what may happen if things go wrong. So just what is this device I am speaking of…?

The world’s largest particle accelerator, The Large Hadron Collider (LHC), was just completed in August 2008. The LHC was built by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), and lies under the Franco-Swiss border near Geneva, Switzerland. The LHC is the world’s largest and the highest-energy particle accelerator. It is funded and built in collaboration with over eight thousand physicists from over eighty-five countries as well as hundreds of universities and laboratories. The idea of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), began in the early 1980s. The first approval of the project by the CERN Council occurred in December 1994 and the first civil engineering construction work began in April 1998.The first high-energy collisions are planned to take place after the LHC is officially unveiled, on October 21, 2008.

The Official CERN website for the Large Hadron Collider

The collider is contained in a circular tunnel with a circumference of 27 kilometres (17 mi) at a depth ranging from 50 to 175 meters underground. The 3.8 meter diameter, concrete-lined tunnel, constructed between 1983 and 1988, was formerly used to house the LEP, an electron-positron collider. It crosses the border between Switzerland and France at four points, although most of it is in France. Surface buildings hold ancillary equipment such as compressors, ventilation equipment, control electronics and refrigeration plants.

The collider tunnel contains two adjacent beam pipes, each containing a proton beam (a proton is one type of hadron). The two beams travel in opposite directions around the ring. Some 1232 bending superconducting magnets keep the beams on their circular path, while an additional 392 focusing superconducting magnets are used to keep the beams focused, in order to maximize the chances of interaction between the particles in the four intersection points, where the two beams will cross. In total, over 1600 superconducting magnets are installed, with most weighing over 27 tonnes. Approximately 96 tonnes of liquid helium is needed to keep the magnets at the operating temperature of -273 degrees, making the LHC the largest cryogenic facility in the world at liquid helium temperature.

When activated, it is theorized that the collider will produce the elusive Higgs Boson subparticle, the observation of which could confirm the predictions and “missing links” in the ‘Standard Model of Physics’ and could explain how other elementary particles acquire properties such as mass. The verification of the existence of the Higgs Boson would be a significant step in the search for a Grand Unified Theory, which seeks to unify three of the four known fundamental forces: electromagnetism, the strong nuclear force and the weak nuclear force, leaving out only gravity. The Higgs boson may also help to explain why gravitation is so weak compared to the other three forces. In addition to the Higgs Boson, other theorized novel particles that might be produced, and for which searches are planned, include strangelets, micro black holes, magnetic monopoles and supersymmetric particles.

The scientists at LHC will be slamming protons into one another, each traveling in opposite directions, with each at almost the speed of light. The collisions will create a so-called miniature re-creation of the ‘Big Bang’ that theoretically formed the entire known universe. The worst case scenario, is that they could possibly destroy our entire known universe with a mishap at LHC… know one knows… everything is just… a ‘guess’.

Concerns have been raised about the safety of the LHC on the grounds that high-energy particle collisions performed in the collider might cause disastrous events, including the production of stable micro black holes (mBHs) and ‘strangelets’. The scientists at CERN have assured the people of our planet that we are all safe, as they have conducted a safety study of their own with those findings. An agency that polices itself, such as CERN, is bound to only produce a safety study that tells us all what they want us to know, and not the actual facts about the risks. The only safety studies that have done are by those agencies and individuals with a direct interest or financial investment into the LHC. That’s what my wise mother used to call ‘letting the fox guard the hen house’.

The CERN scientist also assure us that we are safe because we are already bombarded with these particle collisions everyday, such as x-rays and gamma rays hitting the Earth’s atmosphere. This is far from the truth and I will explain a few of the reasons why, and what the scientists are failing to report in their efforts to skirt the real issues with the LHC.

First, cosmic rays hitting the Earth, are hitting a relatively stationary object on a cosmic scale at velocities below the speed of light. Most of these particles are deflected around the Earth by Earth’s own magnetic field. The particle collisions that they propose to do at the LHC, have protons accelerating to near the speed of light, but from opposite directions directly head-on into one another. This has the same effect of a proton hitting a stationary object at almost twice the speed of light, which HAS NOT been observed to occur in our natural universe that we know. So this is very simple math… a no-brainer so to speak.

Next, Einstein once theorized that mass could not be accelerated faster than the speed of light, that once matter reached the speed of light, or faster, it would in fact become pure energy, and a collision could not happen, as those two sources of matter would simply pass right through one another upon their meeting. The fact that they are able to make particles collide at above light speeds show Einstein’s equations were either wrong or flawed on this aspect of physics. Yet it is still Einstein’s equations that are the base of all the other equations formulated by the scientists working on the LHC.

There is a big problem with these quantum mechanics theories right of the bat! Einstein’s famous equation, E=mc squared, can not apply to the subatomic world. The ‘m’ in this equation represents mass, and the scientist at LHC are seeking to deconstruct mass to try and understand what and where mass actually comes from (the quest for the theoretic Higgs Boson). That given, we can replace the ‘m’ in the equation with an unknown ‘x’, so E=xc squared. Now here comes the problem… if the unknown variable ‘x’ ends up being a negative value, highly possible when deconstructing a particle, it then represents anti-matter, then E becomes -E, or in other words anti-energy. This anti-energy and anti-matter may very well be what forms the theoretical black holes and ‘strangelets’… we simply don’t know!

The ‘Big Bang’ theory hypothesizes that this event happened from a singularity, so there is no such thing as a ‘small re-creation’ of this event. Size and volume are properties of mass, and they do not exist in a realm where there is no mass, such as the conditions they are trying to create at LHC. They could quite possibly create the actual ‘Big Bang’ again, as there is also no size to a singularity, therefore, there is no size to the re-creation of their ‘Big Bang’ event.

Steve Hawking is a brilliant man, although he is still a man, and all men make errors. The entire safeguard for the LHC project not producing stable black holes is based around Hawking’s theory. Brilliance aside, Hawking’s Radiation is still just a theory and not an actual fact. Einstein spent the last years of his life, over thirty years, trying to formulate the equations to explain exactly what Hawking’s equation is supposed to, yet Einstein did not succeed in that quest himself.

All of these thousands of components integrated into the LHC have to work absolutely flawlessly in order to avert a potential disaster of unknown size and proportion. Once again, any knowledge about the quantum mechanics behind the LHC are purely hypothetical. I guess we can all rest easy though, as we all know how accurate, disciplined, and thorough our modern day scientists are…

Like the two space shuttles that disintegrated in flames…

Like the two Mars probes slamming into the Martian terrain, once just because they were confused whether specifications were calculated in kilometers or miles…

Like Chernobyl and Three Mile Island…

So we can all rest assured that the scientists know what they are doing out there at CERN with their new toy, and Earth won’t get gobbled up into a black hole.

Nostradamus predicted a colossal disaster for Geneva caused by the LHC. Within the original French quatrain, number 44 in Century 9, there is a painting from what’s being called ‘The Lost Book of Nostradamus’ from the recent book with this title by Ottavio Cesare Ramotti. In the painting, an archer shoots two fish in opposite directions across a gap, within a section of pipe. If you’re imagining the LHC proton beams shooting through a detector through a beryllium pipe, and you’re from the Renaissance, knowing nothing of physics and little of machinery, then how better to illustrate this event? You can read more about this Nostradamus prophecy and view the painting at the link below.

Nostradamus and the LHC

The bottom line is, that the scientists involved with the LHC DO NOT KNOW what will happen when they try and create their ‘miniature Big Bang’. The pursuit of knowledge is not justified when the stakes could possibly be the end of humanity, and humanity has not even been allowed to voice or vote how they feel about it.

I am not a ‘doom-monger’, nor a radical, but one that places great value in the sciences. I am a thinker with a tested IQ of 142, and I am an activist against issues that hurt the Earth or it’s inhabitants… as I fall into that category as well. What concerns me the most is the fact that the scientists involved are not relaying the true facts about LHC, and only continue to expound on science that is only a theory and not a fact, this to assure us we will all be OK with their experiments. If they have nothing to hide, then why do they misrepresent the facts?

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