a reply to: BO XIAN
My roommate also thinks CERN is doing something nefarious, and I've gone back and forth with her on numerous occasions, trying to get her to think
logically on this.
The source of a lot of this weird speculation appears to be
Now, I actually went to college and studied physics, and got a LITTLE BIT into quantum mechanics. Not a lot, but enough to learn a bit about how
physics works. Let me try to explain this article in layman's terms, because a lot of people seem to be waxing paranoid about it. And then let's
look at the weird-looking thunderstorm with that in mind.
Firstly, when this article talks about a "parallel dimension" it's a really bad description of what's actually happening, at a particle level.
Quantum Mechanics is "weird" in that it doesn't really relate to our experience of things at a macroscopic level -- the level of the everyday, what we
can see. In Quantum Mechanics, something can be a particle AND a wave. Something can exist as a probability field, rather than appearing at a
specific location at a specific moment in time. And, something can be in two places at once.
Again, these concepts just don't jibe with our experience of the everyday, but scientific research has proven that, at the level of the very, very
small, it really is that way.
Now, the idea of a "parallel dimension" is a very bad way of describing a quantum event (e.g., two particles smashing together and turning into other
particles) that can have more than one possible outcome. The theory goes that ALL outcomes actually happen, but we, in the world of the everyday,
only see ONE outcome. The others exist as "parallel dimensions" as it were.
Now, some have run with this concept and then expanded it out to mean that, for instance, in a parallel dimension Hitler won WWII. But that's not
what this theory is saying.
Others have run with this concept and claimed that Satan exists in some parallel dimension, and CERN is letting him into this reality. Unless that's
happening as some form of unintended side effect, physics just doesn't work that way.
I would highly recommend a book called "The Source Field Investigations" by David Wilcock. It does an excellent job at explaining spiritual and
paranormal phenomena scientifically (and it doesn't just whitewash or pooh-pooh those phenomena, either).
Now, as far as the thunderstorm image goes, another poster asked some very valid questions. Here are a few more.
* Has anything like this been observed before over CERN?
* The particle accelerator uses extremely powerful magnets to bend rays of particles traveling at nearly the speed of light into a circular path to
smash them into each other. Could those powerful, ring-shaped magnets be affecting what the clouds look like?
* If these magnets *are* having a side effect on the weather, does that necessarily have anything to do with opening a portal to hell?