posted on Sep, 10 2008 @ 08:48 PM
I'm not blaming CERN (I agree it's a bad day seismically), however we can't completely write off the LHC.
Keep in mind if their tests eventually do have an adverse effect on time itself, the reverberations would be felt well before and after the event
(considering the possibility that changes to spacetime travel outward from the event like a wave). Also keep in mind that when 2 or more event-waves
meet, wave interference could result.
The Earth itself could have a sort of conscious intuition of events to come and might be suffering from something like 'irritable bowel (core)
syndrome.' As with other living beings and systems, preliminary signs are perceived before the major event (as in pregnancy, death, etc.)
That said, if it's random, then it is indeed a bad day.