originally posted by: GmAndre
originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: GmAndre
In short, the videographer is not credible.
How your post proves anything like this?
Please eleborate, if you want to defend this thesis. Anyway, if you are right and know it, you would be able to express it with the reasons behind.
I'll give you a chance to write a new post and defend this hypothesis better, if you feel you are right.
The video says that Nikola Tesla worked with protons and electrons. The Proton was discovered and named by Ernest Rutherford in 1920. Tesla's last
patent (for an aircraft design) was in 1928 and he had stopped most of his scientific and engineering work about that time. I have not come across any
reference by Tesla himself that used the word "Proton". Although Tesla's "death ray" may possibly have used a proton beam, it never actually existed
in anything but hypothesis.
The videographer talks about "grams of antimatter", but the particles the LHC smashes together have a mass of 0.000,000,000,000,000,000,000,012,772,9
grams. The mass of the actual antimatter particles produced by the collisions are infinitessimally smaller. This is why a simple and small Pfenning
trap can contain the antimatter particles produced, for short periods of time, if they appear in the trajectory of the trap (despite what the
He describes antimatter as an alternate dimension (but he obviously has no idea of what a dimension is, and really means an alternate world).
Antimatter is actually a part of this world, It is a type of matter with a negative charge.
Antimatter was first theorized by Dirac in 1928 yet the videographer says that it was known since the 1800's to "attract demonic entities". The first
observation of antimatter was in 1932 by Carl Anderson who was studying naturally produced Cosmic Rays. The final proof of antimatter was established
in 1964 by James Cronin and Val Fitch at Brookhaven National Laboratory. To the best of my knowledge, there have been no noted supernatural
occurrences at any particle collider. The statement that antimatter attracts "things from another dimension" is obviously false.
Antimatter is also not 'dark matter'. They are just different stuff. Dark matter was theorised to try and explain how galaxies move. Their movement
would require vast 'missing masses' to achieve the required gravitational force. Because we can't see it, we say it is "dark". The reason theorized
for our inability to see this missing matter is that it consists of weakly interractive massive particles (WIMPs) of some sort (like solar neutrinos
The videographer then goes on to say that the LHC will enable production of "pounds of antimatter" which is laughable. To produce just one gram of
antimatter would require billions of LHC sized particle colliders running constantly for thousands of years. Not to mention the enourmous energy
requirements of running sufficient numbers of particle containement traps for the same period.
Antimatter is also not "pulled out of another dimension" it already exists within the particles we are colliding and is revealed when we break them
apart. That is why we smash the particles, to reveal the components that make them up.
Stephen Hawking suffers from ALS and could easily have a valid reason for antagonism to the concept of God. Despite this, he has authored books like
"God Created the Integers" and has given great depth of thought to the question. The suggestion that he is now championing "intelligent design" due to
the near death experience of his brother is a hoax.
Also in the video, there is an implication that matter is "good" and antimatter is "evil" but there is not the slightest bit of evidence anywhere for
The videographer also said that dark matter has an "energy level" that is detectable. If it were detectable, it wouldn't be dark matter. They also say
that some unnamed college kept dark matter and it caused problems. Since we don't know what dark matter really is (we can only see its gravitation on
galactic scales), how would anyone have any to keep? Let alone, why would the videographer want to keep the name of the college secret?
As you can see, the person who narrates this video does not know what they are talking about. They are ignorant, making things up and are not
edit on 17/7/2016 by chr0naut because: (no reason given)