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Minerva seeks no weaving spiders. The outward answer or explanation to the Profane, is that it simply means “do not come and seek work, because its a time for relaxation” but the weaving spider slogan is seen all over where Minerva Owl Sigils reside.
originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: boncho
Of course, there is always the chance that the statue of Shiva was selected because the aim of CERNs biggest project at the LHC, is to smash things together so violently that the energy released and the particles given off, provide scientific data to be read through and made sense of.
originally posted by: Winstonian
a reply to: boncho
I did a couple videos on this.
That specific area is the most public area on the CERN grounds. The building we see in the video is a hotel.
If you arrive outside the opening hours of the Reception, room keys can be obtained from the security guard on duty at the entrance to CERN's Meyrin site - Gate B (building 120).
IMPORTANT: All persons entering the CERN site must be in possession of a card issued by CERN certifying that they are authorised to do so. Access cards are issued by the Registration service and Access Control Service in building 55 or building 33. CERN guarantors may apply for a limited-duration visitor's card on behalf of another person by sending an e-mail to the following address: email@example.com (link sends e-mail).
Interior of office building 40 at the Meyrin site. Building 40 hosts many offices for scientists from the CMS and ATLAS collaborations.
RFID access cards and the associated PIN codes are strictly personal and non-transferable. Cards may not be lent, rented or otherwise transferred to another person.
The home institute declaration is a form that is required by the CERN User's Office each time you renew your CERN affiliation. There is the absurd belief at CERN that signatures are secure and, so, if a signature on this form appears to have been pasted into the document, they refuse it, likely frustrating your efforts to do science. In order to avoid this, reduce the quality of the PDF and remove its layers by converting it to a bitmap image and then into a PDF.
You can inspire people to sacrifice themselves to science by becoming a CERN guide.
You should bring some type of evidence of health insurance such as an EHIC (European Health Insurance Card). If you don't happen to have this evidence with you for some reason, the application of witchery can give you some temporal leeway in this regard.
posted by Winstonian The building it is being filmed from is an office building/auditorium. It is not difficult to get access to this specific area, and people work inside of it at all hours of the night.
Next, go to the ATLAS Secretariat on the top floor of the D wing of building 40 (the ATLAS/CMS building) and hand in your ATLAS registration form in order to get put onto the HR database. After the ATLAS registration, you can order a key for your office. For this, you simply fill out a requisition form(backup PDF copy, backup ODT copy) and send a copy of the form (a PDF is fine) to the ATLAS Secretariat. It takes about a day to have your new key made.
(in bldg 22) ....On the ground floor, you can get your photograph taken and your new CERN access card. Finally, go to your office, sit down and relax after all of that exercise.
ATLAS users may contact Alexia Leyval located in ATLAS secretariat, building 40, Office 4D 01
(Please do not contact her if you are not an ATLAS member)
Tel : +41 22 xxxxxxxx // Fax : +41 xx xxxxxxx
Building 40: closing at 4:30 p.m. instead of 5:00 pm
“Major Lewis has created an around-the-clock Christian Bible Shrine on his official USAF workstation desk that has been in prominent static display for years,” Weinstein said. “The pages in his open Bible on his USAF desk never change, ever.”
Feltman added that “If a person has a Koran display or book of Satan, they’re free to have that on display and read it as long as they’re not proselytizing, trying to entice someone to their particular viewpoint.”