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I never expect students given this opportunity to be willing to engage in this. very sad indeed.
But if something like this is made public through the public media channels, they would be "FU****", an internal investigation would follow, and the people outside would be furious.
originally posted by: TheFlyOnTheWall
a reply to: boncho
Is there a reason why CERN is currently blocking access to building 40 Map....
The statue is a gift from India, celebrating CERN's long association with India which started in the 1960's and continues strongly today. It was unveiled by the Director General, Dr Robert Aymar, His Excellency Mr K. M. Chandrasekhar, Ambassador (WTO-Geneva) and Dr Anil Kakodkar, Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission and Secretary, Dept of Atomic Energy, India. In the Hindu religion, this form of the dancing Lord Shiva is known as the Nataraj and symbolises Shakti, or life force. As a plaque alongside the statue explains, the belief is that Lord Shiva danced the Universe into existence, motivates it, and will eventually extinguish it. Carl Sagan drew the metaphor between the cosmic dance of the Nataraj and the modern study of the 'cosmic dance' of subatomic particles. The statue was made in India. The original sculpture was a wax model, around which a soil mould was made. Melting the wax left a hollow into which liquid metal was poured. Once cooled, the mould was split and the statue polished and given its antique finish. The statue is on permanent display in the square between buildings 39 and 40, a short distance from the Main Building./ex]
Well isn't that interesting?[/quot. Someone quick, try putting ANY other religious statue on Cerns property hahaha. Start with a Holy Trinity statue, the Christians giver of life and saviour of souls. I bet they'd try having sex with it or sacrificing it instead of proudly displaying it and allowing anything like this. Something to ponder a second or two for those on the fence over this company. Maybe they were well intended, until the elitists got a taste of this new enormous power. I'm only 37 and I remember when raising hell was mostly a figure of speech...
I didn't mean your comment was hateful or for anyone to feel singled out. Your opinion is respectable to me. It still staggers me that it seems to have happened there, but we can't conclude anything yet. For people somehow still on the fence over CERN I will say this much regarding their statue: Try gifting a statue of ANY other religion and then gaining permission to film any sort of ceremony for any purpose. Anyone else laughing? Maybe a statue of the Christian Holy Trinity! If anything, they and the demonic power hungry elitists now running them would try having sex with it before sacrificing it. All for the good of science and mankind of course.
originally posted by: MaryaNoxx
a reply to: Illumimasontruth
Hateful comment? How so was my comment hateful? Sure, call it stupid if you want but hateful, really?
And I contributed my opinion which is that this looks like youngsters and the whole video reeks of lame to me. I opened it because I was interested and wanted to give it the benny of a doubt that it was legit.
Sorry my opinion offends you, looks cheesy to me.