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Does any One Else Feel there is a connection?

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posted on May, 30 2015 @ 08:11 AM
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that is between the major Earthquakes, Volcanic Eruptions, Storms in Texas, the drought in India and the trumpet sounds around the world and the operation of the hadron particle collider at CERN in Switzerland?

It is not strange but since its operations in April and even as late as May 20th the earth has had all sorts of earthquakes, strange atmospheric changes as well as noises now thought to be vibrations of the earths crust caused by the high magnetic fields used at CERN.

Do not these scientist fail to see that once you start messing with the earths magnetic field you start messing with its polarities and its internal forces of tectonics and external forces of it atmosphere. The earth is partially reliant upon it magnetic fields for protection.

But when we artificially disrupt that what would we expect nothing to happen?

I believe there is a connection and that we should force CERN to shut down its operations until more information can be ascertained about its effect to the earth and its atmosphere. When CERN stopped in 2012 we saw a vast drop in tectonic activity and a drop in severe weather and once again they start up and we see it happening again.

Time to reel in these scientist and stop them from playing god with our planet or they will cause our extinction.


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posted on May, 30 2015 @ 08:15 AM
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originally posted by: ChesterJohn
that is between the major Earthquakes, Volcanic Eruptions, Storms in Texas, the drought in India and the trumpet sounds around the world and the operation of the hadron particle collider at CERN in Switzerland?

It is not strange but since its operations in April and even as late as May 20th the earth has had all sorts of earthquakes, strange atmospheric changes as well as noises now thought to be vibrations of the earths crust caused by the high magnetic fields used at CERN.

Do not these scientist fail to see that once you start messing with the earths magnetic field you start messing with its polarities and its internal forces of tectonics and external forces of it atmosphere. The earth is partially reliant upon it magnetic fields for protection.

But when we artificially disrupt that what would we expect nothing to happen?

I believe there is a connection and that we should force CERN to shut down it operations until more information can be ascertained about its effect tot he earth and its atmosphere. When CERN stopped in 2012 we saw a vast drop in tectonic activity and a drop in severe weather and once again they start up and we see it happening again.

Time to real in these scientist and stop them from playing god with our planet or they will cause our extinction.



l haven't read the thread about trumpet sounds in the sky, but I will pitch that if it goes tits up at CERN, the same beings that minimised the potential damage from Chernobyl and Fukushima will be there again to mop up.



posted on May, 30 2015 @ 08:24 AM
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No though CERN and the LHC have certainly become the new HAARP.

Their are multiple threads on ATS or the Web that explain the power of CERN and it's limitations.

I know conspiracy minds like to throw out the silly line "I don't believe in coincidences" but since the world and everything on it doesn't operate in 1 timline things happen at the same time and have been forever.



posted on May, 30 2015 @ 08:26 AM
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No doubt using large amounts of energy must produce some effects to something somewhere .Like the butterfly effect I suppose .There are people monitoring CERN and other things so they may be able to draw some lines back to them . A big problem is that the earth is a big place that has usually things going on all the time .

I think the strange sounds has been addressed and debunked for the most part . A earthquake near Japan or along any of the fault lines shouldn't be out of the ordinary . Even quakes in none active areas seem to pop up occasionally .One would think that CERN would be running out of questions they could ask and one would think they will shut it down in the not too distant future . imo I guess you can only get so far with the physical questions before you start to face the metaphysical .



posted on May, 30 2015 @ 08:53 AM
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I believe there is a connection and that we should force CERN to shut down its operations until more information can be ascertained about its effect to the earth and its atmosphere.


There are far higher energy particles hitting our atmosphere all the time than what is being produced at the LHC.



The particle collisions at the LHC are at higher energies than we have ever achieved before in a laboratory. However, they are not the highest energy particle collisions we have ever seen. That distinction belongs to collisions in the upper atmosphere. Mysterious astrophysical accelerators spray super-high energy particles across the universe, and some of these bombard the Earth. (The fact that some of them hit us must be an accident, since anyone capable of producing such beams deliberately could surely have zapped us into plasma by now if they really wanted to.) These particles hit the constituent atoms of the upper atmosphere, shattering them and leading to enormous showers of secondary particles, which can be detected on the ground, or in balloons, by various technologies. Some of the particles are even measured in space, before they hit the atmosphere, by experiments such as the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer on the International Space Station.



posted on May, 30 2015 @ 09:01 AM
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There are far higher energy particles hitting our atmosphere all the time than what is being produced at the LHC.


that may be true but they are coming from the outside and are spread out over half the face of the earth and our earths magnetic field counters it to some degree.

the LHC focuses a beam of (as of may 2015) 15millionKh of magnetic energy focused on one spot and it travels well beyond the walls of the LHC and intensifies and bends the earths natural fields and may be the cause to the current weather and tectonic events.
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posted on May, 30 2015 @ 09:22 AM
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Do you think then that the LHC is an earthquake machine, although it wasn't designed to be?



posted on May, 30 2015 @ 09:33 AM
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I'd say it was a coincidence, if it were not for the fact all of the above has not been occurring regularly and consistently forever.



posted on May, 30 2015 @ 09:37 AM
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a reply to: ChesterJohn




Earthquakes, Volcanic Eruptions, Storms in Texas, the drought in India and the trumpet sounds around the world and the operation of the hadron particle collider at CERN in Switzerland?

All that ^ has been going on, well before CERN



posted on May, 30 2015 @ 10:11 AM
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They are trying to activate me..

And it's working




ETA: ok, bit more serious of a reply. According to the physics we know and understand, the LHC (and ATLAS, etc.) simply wouldn't affect these things. However, we are truly pushing the bounds with this experiment as that is how we learn. It may have unintended consequences in a variety of ways, but most are simply opportunities to learn about the "tiny world."

Now, science can certainly take risks in order to explore, but I don't feel we need to worry too much at our current stage. If CERN does have negative, unforeseen impacts, they will be so far beyond our understanding as to be a bit of a moot point.
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posted on May, 30 2015 @ 10:14 AM
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a reply to: ChesterJohn

CERN has nothing to do with it. This is no doubt about it.



posted on May, 30 2015 @ 10:17 AM
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These things go in cycles. It's just that now is the opening of one of those cycles and people are all busy looking for ways to blame humanity for every little hiccup the planet has because we've been trained to think that if the planet does something slightly different tomorrow than it did today ... we must have farted wrong and should pay a bureaucrat a tax to atone for it.



posted on May, 30 2015 @ 10:36 AM
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posted on May, 30 2015 @ 10:37 AM
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originally posted by: Boeing777
a reply to: ChesterJohn

CERN has nothing to do with it. This is no doubt about it.
This cannot be said too much.
CERN HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH IT! ! !



posted on May, 30 2015 @ 10:51 AM
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a reply to: ChesterJohn

CERN is a particle collided what the frock does that have to do with magnetic fields. You really should go to their site and read up on what they do there. You are clearly not familiar with what they do. Not only that but physicists have been using particle colliders since the 1930s. Apparently not a lot of folks on here know that. Eighty years and we're still here. We've had earthquakes and volcanoes and storms and forrest fires and meteor strikes and floods and hurricanes and tornadoes and tsunamis since this planet formed. Those things though not pleasant are all natural and have always occurred. ALWAYS SINCE THE BEGINING. CERN has absolutely nothing I repeat nothing at all to do with it.
What happened, someone misses the doom porn of HAARP so much that they've transferred their mania to CERN?



posted on May, 30 2015 @ 01:16 PM
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a reply to: ChesterJohn

While I agree with you that we do many things as scientists that effect the way this Earth functions, I, also, feel that what we don't know about the Earth and the Solar system in regard to its travels through the Galaxy and the Universe and how that may effect Earth at this particular time. Could just be a coiwinkydinky that you have observed with these patterns, but that they still do have some effect just the same. As I just recently wrote as above so below and for every action there is a reaction.



posted on May, 31 2015 @ 01:47 PM
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originally posted by: the2ofusr1
a reply to: ChesterJohn

No doubt using large amounts of energy must produce some effects to something somewhere .Like the butterfly effect I suppose .There are people monitoring CERN and other things so they may be able to draw some lines back to them . A big problem is that the earth is a big place that has usually things going on all the time .

I think the strange sounds has been addressed and debunked for the most part . A earthquake near Japan or along any of the fault lines shouldn't be out of the ordinary . Even quakes in none active areas seem to pop up occasionally .One would think that CERN would be running out of questions they could ask and one would think they will shut it down in the not too distant future . imo I guess you can only get so far with the physical questions before you start to face the metaphysical .


Strange sounds have not been debunked. Only a few videos have. Quakes and every other thing the OP mentioned are still rising in nature, but that doesn't mean it's connected to CERN. Make claims that CERN isn't the reason but don't claim that something has been debunked when it hasn't. There are many people hearing these noises right here at ATS who have posted threads about it and no one has debunked them. Just cuz someone says they know what a cicada sounds like doesn't make them the debunking expert.



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