I would prefer a black hole, which would quickly swallow up the planet.
This always seems to happen. And it's probably intentional.
First, the public finds out (or is given information) about some suspicious thing. Then, out of the blue, a ridiculous explanation or viewpoint
suddenly spreads about it.
Soon, everyone talks about that explanation or viewpoint, and ONLY about that explanation or viewpoint. Discussions get polarized, with deniers on the
other side, and believers on the other side, and common sense has no room anywhere.
This follows the same pattern. You can find this pattern elsewhere very easily.
H.A.A.R.P. is supposedly capable of lifting up Earth's Ionosphere (or something), and that's pretty much the only angle anyone talks about. Most
people don't talk about mind control, or waveforms that affect the living beings' mood and suggestibility.
Greenhouse effect - sorry, Global Warming - sorry, Climate Change is the only worry that is talked about when people speak about pollution. The topic
of speech is C2O, and nothing else. No one remembers that there is lots more than coming out of the exhaustion pipes, and that breathing exhaustion
fumes is poisonous. It pollutes all air sooner or later, so no one will be able to breathe, and it smells awful and creates lots of dangerous 'health
effects'. But C2O and price of gasoline are the only things that people worry about, and 'Climate Change' is the only thing that people care about,
when pollution is mentioned. As if all the other problems just vanished out to thin air (no pun intended)!
And Large Hadron Collider follows this polarizing pattern perfectly. Everyone talks about a "black hole", but no one talks about the real reason why
this thing was built. There was a prediction in the mid-90's about a huge supercomputer being built in France in the future (which is now present or
past), which would be used to hold all the information the 'PTB' have collected about human beings (most likely 'citizens', 'persons' and 'consumers'
or 'corporate slaves' though). There is so much data, that only a supercomputer of almost unimaginable proportions (at the time) would be needed for
that. Together with the microchip and it's mind-controlling abilities (it also follows the pattern of people only worrying about the loss of their
privacy or corporations collecting 'personal info' about them), this computer would basically rule people, or at least it would be used for that
No one has questioned the huge amounts of computer power and harddrive space they have in there. Are we all equal? Why can't I have even one PetaByte
of harddrive, or billions of dollars donated to me if I want to research something,. but those people have (if memory serves), something like hundreds
or thousands of Petabytes data storing capacity. Why is all this needed? I don't think it has been explained very well, but people haven't asked a lot
of questions about the LHC either, despite the 'black hole' silliness.
You can take almost any such even slightly controversial topic that has to do with big money, big power or governments, and it will always follow this
There ARE other problems in the world besides some 'global warming' (which never happened, so the term was changed to 'climate change' - it was
predicted in the 80's, that in the 2000's, winters would be completely snowless or only have very little snow - but the last few winters here have
been way more 'snowy' than usual, and even snow records have been made), there are wars, starvation, actual pollution of air, water and lands - there
is cutting down rain forests, but also other forests - there is exponentionally expanding garbage dumps (certainly not sustainable!), ... this list
could go on and on, even before even mentioning the evil 'legal system' with corporate greed as the driving force, the human enslavement... the
constant brainwashing, and so on.
But no - people only talk about 'climate change' as if it was the only global problem in the world.
Sorry for the rant, it just sometimes gets to me how things always follow this pattern and common sense never even enters the discussion from any
I don't know what LHC has been built for, but apart from it being completely unethical to pour so much money in these useless things (NASA being the
other corporation with such greedy agendas and activity, that doesn't benefit humanity IN ANY WAY - not to mention all of it's hoaxes, and how much
those rockets pollute), there is probably some really evil reason for building it.
I mean, 'big business', the military-industrial complex, huge corporations and other such entities DO NOT POUR THAT MUCH MONEY into a project that
doesn't serve the evil agenda of the evil people who supposedly 'own' (though not really lawfully) most of the planet. There has to be a BIG reason
why LHC was built, not a tiny reason like "fulfilling scientific curiosity".
While the tobacco industry can continue polluting people's lungs and breathing air, just as long as it makes some superficial changes to their
packaging (ridiculous), people are starving to death elsewhere. Instead of tobacco, food could be grown. But it isn't, because it's more beneficial
for the entities mentioned to keep people poor and in slavery. They certainly do not work for the benefit of humanity!
Why would the LHC builders?
And did huge amounts of money and resources get poured into things just because some scientists scratched their head a bit and expressed 'curiosity'?
Really? Is that how it works?
No. Big corporations won't pour dizzying amounts of money and resources into huge projects that take years to build just to satisfy a few scientists'
curiosity. Think about it.
Besides, what good is it for the humanity that those scientists get satisfied? Why isn't everyone who is "curious" get billions of dollars? Can I go
to them, scratch my head, and say that I am curious about the inconsistencies of the NASA "Moon landing" stories, images, videos and claims, and as a
result, receive billions of dollars to build my own laboratories to research this stuff and to build investigating teams to challenge NASA and their
I don't think so.
So obviously not ALL curiosity is equal. What curiosity 'should' be fulfilled, and what should take the back bench, until every human being at least
has food and shelter on this planet?
If people really thought about these things, LHC could never even have been built, and the world could quickly turn into a much better place for all.
But I predict that this post is going to receive insults and demeaning comments. Not because it would be understandable to react that way to these
thoughts, but because of my experience that whenever someone expresses actual thinking, attack is the result. ATS is no exception. Anything goes as
long as you conform to the norm and write what you are expected to write.
In any case, all I am really saying, that LHC was built for a very solid and serious REASON, and I don't pretend to know exactly what that reason is,
but I wouldn't be surprised if LHC would extend the esoteric powers of TPTB, to enable them to advance their evil agenda in huge leaps and bounds, and
to enslave all people even further. I don't think it even has anything to do with hadrons.
Or I could be wrong, and it's a completely useful and beneficial (to all humankind), very important thing to pour so much money in, and we all need to
love it, and cherish it. And it's completely harmless too, and the financiers simply wanted to satisfy some questions that certain scientists have,
just for fun. Who knows? I could be very wrong about all this, and I am simply sharing some perspectives and thoughts here, not claiming anything.
So before you start attacking me, remember - I am only sharing some perspectives, that's all. You can still keep your worldview.
4-1-2013 by Shoujikina because: (no reason given)