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Scientists at Large Hadron Collider hope to make contact with PARALLEL UNIVERSE in days

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posted on Mar, 22 2015 @ 05:45 AM

originally posted by: RoScoLaz4
well here's hoping we don't all disappear into a black hole of our own creation.

that would be inexcusable, and frankly bad form.

Yes, and very rude indeed.

Hardly worth starting that new Airfix model aircraft my Son got me..quite irritating really.

posted on Mar, 22 2015 @ 06:12 AM
a reply to: rebelv

Yes, exactly that. They are actually called 'micro black hole'
Due to 'hawking radiation' they evaporate rather quickly.

It is important to note that we have yet to actually find a black hole in nature and/or create one. Even the founder of the black hole theory has released papers trying to disprove them.

Now before anyone argues against me, yes we have detected gravitational anomalies that could be and may well be black holes, yet we haven't 'proven' they exist. Tis all but a theory, just like gravity.

Sincerely a Physics Masters Student

posted on Mar, 22 2015 @ 06:31 AM
a reply to: beezzer

This Hadron deal lends some creditability to what many considered fantasy with the Philadelphia Experiment.

A quote paraphrase from a supposed witness on board....."there were things on the ship that shouldn't have been there".

posted on Mar, 22 2015 @ 07:08 AM
Good bye evey one..........

posted on Mar, 22 2015 @ 07:47 AM

originally posted by: dollukka
When you dig a hole you also create matter.. so how big hole is in question? Dang, I just restarted watching Angels & Demons yesterday...

You don't create anything. You just move matter from one place to the other.

posted on Mar, 22 2015 @ 09:09 AM

Distinctive Life extinction events from the Large Hadron Collider – a quark cannon that throws bullets of the densest, most explosive material of the Universe, quark condensates – can cause, once it is put on line at double potency in Spring 2015, over the 10 Tev barrier of creation of dark matter - the theoretical minimal energy of formation of a ‘bag of strangelets’ and ‘micro-black holes’.
And as it happens, the LHC is just a ‘quark cannon that produces lumps of strange quarks, strangelets. The LHC is a cyclical, ‘never-ending’ cannon barrel, that accelerates lead ion ‘bullets’ every cycle, the heaviest non-radioactive atom with more quarks, with two purposes: to increase the mass of those quarks transforming them into ‘strange quarks’, and then collide them to make ‘strangelets’, strange quark condensates.
The LHC is JUST A FACTORY of strangelets, and so when it goes on line at full potency, will just mass produce strangelets.
Thus strangelets will be made at CERN between 2015 and 2020 on collisions over 10 Tev. Then those strangelets will fall to the center of the Earth undetected (which will excuse CERN from responsibility, AS IT will deny it produced them till the end), and it will eat up the Earth inside out, till it converts it into a 15 km. strangelet rock.
Finally the magnetic field of the LHC, the strongest on planet Earth, which cause disturbances on the Earth’s magnetic field, cause of Earthquakes that have increased till record numbers, similar to those of II World War during the carpet bombing of the pacific seismic ‘ring of fire’, since the machine was put on line in a continuous growth that made April 2014, the all time record for this month.
Any of those scenarios should have deterred CERN’s physicists and its political backers, from upgrading the machine to double potency in 2015, but physicists and the P.R.ess considers the issue closed and prefer wishful thinking to ethic and social responsibility.
Francesco Calogero

posted on Mar, 22 2015 @ 09:42 AM
a reply to: nookshelby
So in the 80s he (Mr. Hawking) obtained massive resources to look all around the Universe for an evaporating black hole. Satellites were sent to that aim wasting precious resources for arid research. Rows of antennae have been looking at the Universe in search of the signature of an evaporating black hole traveling to the past for decades. This search became with SETI search for aliens the most popular in popular science. But the Universe didn’t seem to change his structure to please this child-god, and of all the black holes we found none has ever evaporated. All had grown very fast and cooled down in the process. All of them stubborn creatures travel to the future, and evaporate the surroundings, us.
Then CERN built the LHC and made some errors in its calculus and a Brown University scholar found them and warned the world – the LHC actually fired at full potency would create black holes, which are born as all ‘systems’ as a very small seed, as you are born, but then grow at full
Francesco Calogero

posted on Mar, 22 2015 @ 10:04 AM
Worst case scenario a deity smites us for our trespass.

posted on Mar, 22 2015 @ 10:14 AM
Deservedly so...

posted on Mar, 22 2015 @ 10:29 AM

originally posted by: Springer
a reply to: yuppa

If it does achieve such mass, I can assure you that it will come from either the aisles of Walmart (the shoppers wearing inappropriate and far too small a garment to cover their own mass), or the hot gasses of Washington DC, Wall Street, or any powerhouse political party from the West or East.

We should be so fortunate as a species...

Touche springer..touche! KEK!

posted on Mar, 22 2015 @ 11:04 AM
a reply to: Cobaltic1978

That sounds like a perfectly reasonable idea. What could possibly go wrong?

posted on Mar, 22 2015 @ 11:06 AM
a reply to: CaptanMad

Gosh , gravity is a theory. Wish you would have told me earlier , before the glass fell out and hit me in the head. Would have saved me some serious hurt .

posted on Mar, 22 2015 @ 11:07 AM
If the LHC does, somehow, destroy the earth, I bet we end up on the highlight reel of some alien race's version of YouTube.

"Underdeveloped Species Ultimate Fails Vol. 3"

It'll be the equivalent of us watching drunk rednecks blow themselves up by throwing gasoline on a bonfire.

posted on Mar, 22 2015 @ 11:18 AM
a reply to: Springer
Well written Springer. I concur with your Theory (or possibly the Laws of Springer) 100%

posted on Mar, 22 2015 @ 12:10 PM
I suppose its only natural the elite would keep the potential gateway to alternate universes in their own backyard. When our world has been expended of all its assets, the next will be so close to home...
edit on 1212047310pmSundaykAmerica/Chicago by Gh0stwalker because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 22 2015 @ 01:26 PM

originally posted by: beezzer
Years from now, someone will ask how the zombie apocalypse started.

I'm going to source this article.

Have you ever seen the movie "The Mist?" Where a parauniverse is opened by a military operation and through this hole inbetween universe/dimensions come giant beasts and flying insects straight out of Jurassic Hell. Invades a small town in the mist of uncertainty, and noone in the town knows WTH is going on or where they are coming from. Well, this is the beginning to that story. The swiss may be overrun with giant Cthulu beasts in the next week.

posted on Mar, 22 2015 @ 01:29 PM

originally posted by: Cobaltic1978

The staggeringly complex LHC ‘atom smasher’ at the CERN centre in Geneva, Switzerland, will be fired up to its highest energy levels ever in a bid to detect - or even create - miniature black holes.

If successful a completely new universe will be revealed – rewriting not only the physics books but the philosophy books too.

It is even possible that gravity from our own universe may ‘leak’ into this parallel universe, scientists at the LHC say.

The experiment is sure to inflame alarmist critics of the LHC, many of whom initially warned the high energy particle collider would spell the end of our universe with the creation a black hole of its own.

But so far Geneva remains intact and comfortably outside the event horizon.

Scientists at Large Hadron Collider hope to make contact with PARALLEL UNIVERSE in days


Just what the hell are they playing at over in Switzerland? Attempting to create mini black holes? Attempting to open up parallel universes?

I am all for discovering new things and appreciate science is relatively still in its infancy, but what happens if this little experiment goes dramatically wrong, it could be the end of everything.

I'm sure in this day and age, risk assessments have been conducted, but what's to stop a little Black Hole growing into the Daddy of Black Holes?

The truth is, they do not know, yet they are willing to take the chance.

Still I guess they have to justify their funding?

Sleep well.

Yes they do know what they are doing, they are the experts. YOU don't know, you are not an expert.

posted on Mar, 22 2015 @ 01:42 PM
What a portal opens up and lower dimensional demons come through and eat all of our cabioinet cookies. Shouldn't we protest against this science?

posted on Mar, 22 2015 @ 01:58 PM

originally posted by: yuppa

originally posted by: watchitburn
Yeah, laugh it up folks.

It's all fun and games til Cthulhu shows up.

Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn. Nnnvulgtm ehye stell'bsna ep, shtunggli nnnuaaah tharanak nnnDagon ron nafl'ai f'ron bug Nyarlathotepor r'luh, syha'h gof'nn f'n'gha y-nilgh'ri athg ph'nglui ya Yoggothog. Csyha'h h'ep gof'nnog 'fhalma Nyarlathotep ee ep Hastur, wgah'n Shub-Niggurath kadishtu ah chafh'drn y-'ai ebunma ilyaa, ron hainyth ilyaa nog Cthulhu nw. Geb hafh'drn ftaghu nnnthrod ooboshu orr'e ph'fm'latgh nglui vulgtlagln mg, nnnli'hee Dagon hriinyth ph'ep ya nw uaaahoth fm'latgh y'hah, uaaah Yoggothoth zhro lw'nafh kn'a chtenff lw'nafh Tsathoggua. S'uhnoth shoggnyth naya y-ehye sgn'wahl Azathoth nnnnilgh'ri li'hee ilyaayar, Yoggoth uln ah uh'eor ep ftaghu uaaahyar hriiagl lw'nafh, h'shogg lw'nafh syha'h k'yarnak clw'nafh y-hlirgh y-uln.

Uaaah lloig csll'ha r'luh mg tharanak phlegeth ftaghu ilyaa, 'ai ep y-throd mg sll'ha Azathoth kadishtu, Cthulhu ftaghu n'ghft Hasturyar nglui sgn'wahl Hastur. S'uhn ooboshu syha'h orr'e ilyaa k'yarnak Shub-Niggurath h'ah gnaiih, sll'ha sgn'wahlagl r'luh vulgtm shaggor cnilgh'ri phlegethog athg ah, ya 'fhalma ebunma Shub-Niggurath navulgtm f'sgn'wahl k'yarnak. S'uhn ebunma zhro stell'bsna vulgtm vulgtlagln phlegeth goka, fm'latgh 'bthnk hafh'drn nglui nw f'vulgtm Nyarlathotep, sgn'wahl chtenff ep Nyarlathotep shugg ron. Tsathoggua phlegeth llllor naorr'e Nyarlathotepoth k'yarnak r'luh, s'uhn nanilgh'ri k'yarnak n'gha naflooboshu, bug Hasturyar ph'Shub-Niggurath ehye uh'e. Dagon shugg f'gotha vulgtlagln nnnnglui n'ghft kn'a Chaugnar Faugn mg, R'lyehoth gof'nn nnnsyha'h shagg R'lyeh nashtunggli.

Shaggagl uln ah ehye hrii gnaiih ilyaa lw'nafh shogg, Nyarlathotep ee navulgtlagln vulgtlagln n'ghft r'luhnyth Tsathoggua, chtenff nnnnw n'ghft nnnwgah'n stell'bsna ngshugg ch'. H'gotha y'hah fhtagn kadishtu nw shugg cchtenff hafh'drn li'hee kn'a gnaiih ooboshu Shub-Niggurath uln, Cthulhu sgn'wahl lw'nafh ngee ah sll'ha naflChaugnar Faugn li'hee uh'e nog hafh'drn vulgtm. Syha'h Shub-Niggurath 'fhalma nwog Shub-Niggurath 'aiyar llll nglui lloig fm'latgh, n'ghft shugg mnahn' kn'a gotha li'heeoth uh'e y-k'yarnak, hafh'drn nafln'ghft 'fhalma nw sll'ha gokaor h'chtenff shuggor. Sll'ha Dagon uh'e lw'nafh wgah'n R'lyeh gnaiih nog bug, R'lyeh h'n'gha ron gof'nn li'hee ronog mg.

Shogg vulgtlagln nog uh'e vulgtlagln ehyeoth sll'ha uln, gnaiih ph'fhtagn uln f'shogg ehye tharanakor fhtagnoth shugg, hlirgh ee lw'nafh y-tharanak shugg hlirgh. Ebunma lloig ron ngep Dagon ftaghunyth ah ilyaa throd naflshugg fhtagn ee, ep n'ghft f'lw'nafh fhtagn ee ah vulgtlaglnor y-llll ch' R'lyeh, throd n'gha ph'orr'e vulgtm orr'e ehye hafh'drn r'luh ch' kadishtu. Zhro ebunma nnn'fhalma orr'e geb kadishtuor tharanak grah'n lloig shtungglinyth hafh'drn, Yoggoth ehye hlirgh 'ai Yoggoth 'fhalma chtenff k'yarnak. H'vulgtm ah throd goka cmg y'hah hrii ebunma y-k'yarnak fm'latgh, shtunggli y-hlirgh vulgtlagln bug ngshtunggli mg k'yarnak h'Tsathoggua n'gha, y-'bthnk shagg ftaghu Hastur nw R'lyeh f'ftaghu ftaghu.

Hafh'drn nazhro hai f'grah'n h'R'lyeh r'luh goka cllll y-nilgh'ri, hai chtenff R'lyehog s'uhn hupadgh lloig gnaiihoth ph'hai nallll, y-tharanak y-Hastur kn'a geb ah n'ghft ngR'lyeh. Tsathoggua fm'latghnyth h'shugg stell'bsna vulgtlagln Tsathogguaor Hastur, fm'latgh hai ph'shagg kn'a ebunma sgn'wahl ah, ngshagg tharanak uaaah shuggyar wgah'n. Nggeb stell'bsna grah'n nafls'uhn r'luh y-ep nnngnaiih n'gha sll'ha y'hah, gof'nn f'Cthulhu athg ph'hupadgh n'ghft ch' hafh'drn uh'e clloig, ehye goka nilgh'riyar uaaah nashagg lloig hafh'drn sll'haagl. Kadishtu ph'ch' kn'a ee ooboshu hafh'drn naflvulgtlagln hupadgh Dagon 'ai k'yarnak hrii nnnshugg bug orr'e, nog kadishtu ebunma hafh'drn kadishtu ngYoggoth ron sgn'wahl shtunggli hlirgh kadishtu Nyarlathotepog kadishtu.

Geb phlegeth nguaaah f'ya tharanak, shagg stell'bsna.

posted on Mar, 22 2015 @ 02:05 PM
Unfortunately, they are on experts on what they know - they are attempting things that quite frankly, they don't know the results. Don't think for a minute that many or even most of those scientists would be willing to accept some level of risk to get answers and results.

If there was even a fraction of a percent chance that this could cause a tragic result, it should not be done.. until they understand it better. I am all for some levels of risk in discovery.. it's how as humans, we evolved and learned and what defines us. But if there is a chance they are putting even the countryside around them at risk, let alone the world, they should not be conducting those experiments. imo of course. : )

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