Well really there are so many topics in so any subcategories. I’ve been studying what CERN is up to for about 7 years now. There is just too much to
talk about. Some of the things align with dates of significance with in manyof the things spoken of on this site. I have personally found links for
why haarp was put into existence… besides the weather controlling theory and Tesla’s Field theories / writings. Everything is frequency. Let’s
just say that they have had over 100 years to figure out and log many many frequencies and what they control. Everything operates with in a narrow
frequency range's, people include. (Makes you wonder why they turned HAARP on almost full power on 9-11-01 during the bombings.) But that’s for
another post… regardless it is a fact that HAARP can tune our whole ionosphere to any frequency it chooses. If everything is frequency and they have
been playing with ULF’s (ultra low frequency) and UHF’s (ultra high frequency) for over a 100 years, im pretty sure they have the frequencies for
the human mental and physical bodies and/or patterns. All which I will get too soon.
Now about CERN Click here to see the count down
projected for the first collision) the LHC will create a black hole (if that’s not bad enough it “will be” here on earth.)
Basic knowledge of black holes:
1. It sucks in all mater, even light…
(to put that into prospective... it will suck in light particles out of travel)
2. it sucks all mater as a sphere (in 360) meaning that it has no side, (if it were possible to stand on one side of a black hole and walk around to
the other side of it, it would still be the side of the hole). Some people like to think it goes to another dimension. Basically it’s a puncture in
the fabric of your universe that def goes somewhere.
Now I don’t know if the first collision will be a success on the first try. But it won’t be to long after it’s all operational that they nail
One of the major differences in this collision, beside just the scale of it being the largest and most energetic experiment ever done and its goal of
recreating the big bang. The mater will not collide into a plate (a sheet of metal, as done in the other experiments from past decades with the
smaller collider) in this experiment Beams of lead nuclei will be accelerated to the speed of light smashing together with a collision energy of 1150
What their official spokes person says is: there is no danger and at the slightest sign of any thing going wrong they will simply shut it off…
1. It sucks in all mater!
2. if it was possible that a switch was still around to switch off , do you really trust some jerk off to be able to think, know and react at “the
speed of light” to turn it off. Man they must have someone really good.
Five experiments, with the huge detectors, will study what happens when the LHC's beams collide. They will handle as much information as the entire
European telecommunications network does today!
As well as having the highest energy of any accelerator in the world, the LHC will also have the most intense beams. Collisions will happen so fast
(800 million times a second) that particles from one collision will still be travelling through the detector when the next collision happens.
Understanding what happens in these collisions is the key to the LHC's success.
The experiments are: Feel free to wiki/google these.
ALICE (hmmm what happened to alice? she went down a hole)
google video links:
TPE, le CERN
The Cathedrals of Science - CERN : 1954-2004
Other cern videos:
lords of the ring
[edit on 16-12-2007 by Vision Ammunition]