posted on Sep, 5 2008 @ 03:01 PM
No one seems to mention the possible EMF repercussions with Earth. A disconcerting argument with the LHC in Geneva is that it is buried 300 feet
underground, so it does not follow the natural senario of cosmic rays from deep space being filtered out by the upper atmosphere. What will such power
produced at the LHC, in the trillion electron volt range, do deep within the Earth? Can it effect the Earth's natural electromagnetic fields? We will
find out on September 10, 2008, when the collider is scheduled to be fully operational.
We can compare Earth to a giant electromagnetic motor, a geodynamo, with a rotating molten core producing EMF output. There are "hot spots" strewn
along the Earth's surface where higher EMFs are present: tectonic strain fields, volcanically active sites, the Bermuda Triangle, etc. Man-made
energy grid-works are becoming increasingly prevalent, emitting EMF signals of their own, especially true on the northern hemisphere in high
concentration. Earth's ionosphere is influenced by immense solar and lunar forces. At what point do forces converge on Earth's EMF engine? Can
varying resonance make the "Earth engine" shift, shake, sputter, and stall-out? Many scientists firmly believe that Earth is due for another
polarity reversal. Will a pole shift bode well with mankind's EMF constructs?
"A magnetic pole reversal may be of significance to the search for clean energy generation and transportation. If earth magnetic anomalies become
more frequent or are concentrated in certain areas, we could see disruption of existing electrical grids, even without the dramatic atmosphere
expansion and radiation damaging to life and computers." -- Mary-Sue Halliburton