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"Video"Is the CERN LHC creating Gravity Waves that cause Earthquakes including the Chile Quake?

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posted on Mar, 11 2010 @ 08:18 PM
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"Video"Is the CERN LHC creating Gravity Waves that cause Earthquakes including the Chile Quake?


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Could the CERN LHC particle accelerator be related to increased earthquakes around the world ?

Note that there have been many earthquakes occuring worldwide in the past few months, especially in 2010. The CERN LHC giant particle accelerator was turned on at the end of 2009, and has been doing experiments in 2010. It is by far the largest particle accelerator ever built. Is it possible that CERN LHC experiments are producing gravity waves or particle beams that go into the earth's core, possibly causing earthquakes such as the February 2010 Chile 8.8 quake. Copyright 2010 by T. Chase. Fro
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posted on Mar, 11 2010 @ 08:18 PM
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Have the recent earth quakes around the world been unintentionally created by the CERN LHC?

First off, I do apologize that I do not know how to past a video in here but I will try.
The Video is a must watch; follow the first link to see it. Now I have not read any of T. Chase's work other than this, but this guy has quite a point. He has quite a find here. I am only starting this thread based on his correlation with the usage date of the LHC and recent earth quakes around the planet. I feel that T. Chase has really found something.



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posted on Mar, 11 2010 @ 08:22 PM
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there has been a suspiciously large amount of earthquakes in the past--what was it--month? Either the Christians are right and that the rapture is coming, or, a more likely scenario, military technology is being used. What I think is interesting is that if military technology is used, like HAARP or CERN, they could push this through the churches and make people think God is doing it, since the elite love to play God. Or it's just a bunch of random coincidences, which would be reassuring since that would mean evil power hungry control freaks are not running the government, but that would just be too naive now would it?



posted on Mar, 11 2010 @ 08:30 PM
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Watch the video it shows the date that the CERN LHC was running and the dates of all the recent major quakes. This data dates back to when CERN was first started up. You may find it very interesting as I have.



posted on Mar, 11 2010 @ 08:58 PM
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it's going to be turned off for the next year. My money is on harrp.



posted on Mar, 11 2010 @ 09:01 PM
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Or more likely, the sun, which is 99% of all mass in the solar system, is active again and have an effect on the earth.

That makes more sense to me...



posted on Mar, 11 2010 @ 09:03 PM
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ancient_wisdom,
Yes but doesn't God work through man?
He has even the most vile, even Hitler. What ever it takes to serve His will, what ever it may be.



posted on Mar, 11 2010 @ 09:07 PM
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Good point friends,
Before you make a decision take a good look at the vid on the first link.
The correlation between the dates have got to be more then just a coincidence.


Best Regards
The_Tick!



posted on Mar, 11 2010 @ 09:10 PM
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The following is my opinion as a member participating in this discussion.


Big quakes happens all the time and has done so "forever". It's very easy for anyone to cherrypick a list of quakes that may coincide with any event(s). Many of the quakes that he has on his list in the video were not even major. I.e. some of the quakes were magnitude sixes, and some of them even occured after the LHC had been shut down. What about the other quakes (many bigger than the ones he picked) that he didn't mention? I guess he didn't mention them because they didn't fit with his agenda. I bet that there have been quakes that occured somewhere in the world in the days after the space shuttles were launched too. Does that prove that space shuttle launches causes quakes? Of course not. If the LHC really causes quakes, I'll need more evidence than this video to convince me.


As an ATS Staff Member, I will not moderate in threads such as this where I have participated as a member.



posted on Mar, 11 2010 @ 09:10 PM
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This is a new one. The particles it uses are tiny, I would think they are far too small too create any ill effects when they meet let alone massive catastrophes. Plate Tectonics already explains earthquakes quite well so any theory saying certain quakes are not the result of known natural phenomenon would have to be scientifically plausible. I'm no expert on the Large Hadron Collider or particle physics but it does not seem plausible for quakes to be caused by the LHC.

Seems every new piece of big scientific equipment is labeled a doomsday device for no apparent reason.

[edit on 11-3-2010 by Titen-Sxull]



posted on Mar, 11 2010 @ 09:27 PM
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There have always been earthquakes. Before HAARP, before CERN.
earthquake.usgs.gov...

This seems to cover it pretty well:
minnesota.publicradio.org...


Quakes are the price of living on an active Earth
by Justin Revenaugh
March 3, 2010

Nearly two centuries ago, northeast Arkansas and southern Missouri were rocked by four earthquakes of magnitude 7 or greater. Buildings were leveled, the Mississippi experienced strong seiches that made it seem to be flowing upstream, and church bells clanged as far away as Boston. These four "New Madrid" quakes occurred within a period of less than two months, the first two just six hours apart.

The 1960 magnitude 9.5 Chile earthquake -- the largest ever recorded - -was followed a scant four years later by the second largest, the 1964 magnitude 9.3 Alaska earthquake. Both triggered tsunamis that spread across the Pacific.

As young as the year is, 2010 has already seen two terrible tremors: the Jan. 12 Haiti earthquake and last Saturday's magnitude 8.8 earthquake in Chile.

Earthquakes are quick, their devastation enormous, the loss of life all too often overwhelming. When they strike back to back it is natural to wonder whether they are related. Did one cause the other? Has Earth changed, moving into an era of increased seismicity? Some people reach further for meaning in the destruction: Are the earthquakes a sign, a warning, a rebuke? Seismology, the science of earthquakes, has answers to these questions.

Large earthquakes are more common than you might think. In an average year, Earth is rolled by 20 quakes of magnitude 7 and greater. Many occur deep enough in the Earth that seismic waves reaching the surface do no damage. Others originate far from population centers and manage to pass largely unnoticed. But they happen. Frequently.

The numbers of earthquakes of different sizes follow an empirical law developed by two famous 20th century seismologists: Beno Gutenberg and Charles Richter (of Richter Scale fame). The law states that for every 200 magnitude 6 earthquakes -- about the number that occur worldwide in any given year -- there will be 20 magnitude 7s and two magnitude 8s. In light of this, it is entirely unremarkable that the Haiti and Chile earthquakes occurred so close together in time. In fact, there was another magnitude 7 earthquake south of Japan that took place just hours before Saturday's earthquake in Chile. With one or two earthquakes of magnitude 7 and above each month, we expect large earthquakes to occur within weeks or days of one another.

So to the question of whether the timing implies a causal relation between the earthquakes in Haiti and Chile, seismology answers no. But to the larger question of whether earthquakes can ever be related, there is more to consider.

Earthquakes occur when sudden motion on a fault releases stresses built up over tens to hundreds to even thousands of years. Aftershocks invariably follow, dotting the stretch of fault ruptured in the main earthquake. Their frequency dies down with time, and after a few months to a few years things are quiet again. But the clock continues ticking, the plates that cover Earth's surface keep moving, and stresses build anew.

While the main shock reduces stress on the fault locally, it can both raise and lower it nearby. Where it is increased, the earthquake clock is advanced, the crust is moved closer to failure and, on occasion, an earthquake is triggered. Seismologists believe that happened in the New Madrid earthquake sequence of 1811 and 1812. Damaging quakes along the Anatoly fault zone in Turkey, including the 1999 Izmit quake that claimed over 14,000 lives, also appear to be related in this way.

So yes, earthquakes can be related, but the influence is local, limited to nearby fault lines -- not the immense distances separating Haiti and Chile. And they can only hasten subsequent shocks. They can't create earthquakes where none would happen otherwise.

By constantly monitoring seismic activity and measuring the motion of the Earth's surface, scientists have developed a good understanding of where big earthquakes are most likely in the future. While specific predictions of time elude us, we can meaningfully assess earthquake hazards around which human infrastructure can be planned. Both recent large quakes were known hazards: GPS measurements of plate motions identified the fault zone in Haiti as capable of a magnitude 7 earthquake and a gap in historic seismicity testified to the threat in Chile.

Earthquakes are an unstoppable consequence of an active Earth. We well understand where and why they happen. When they do, their message for us should be one of humility in the face of Earth's enormous power, and of humanity in compassion and aid for those suffering their aftermath.

Justin Revenaugh is professor of seismology at the University of Minnesota.



posted on Mar, 11 2010 @ 09:27 PM
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One of the more interesting effects of global warming - if you dont believe in AWG then you should at least be able to accept the fact that we are warming up, glaciers are melting, sea levels are rising - one of the predicted effects was a massive increase in earth quakes as pressure on the earth resulted in shifting plate pressures and subsequent earth quakes.


This is the most likely explanation especially when you consider the locations.



posted on Mar, 11 2010 @ 11:34 PM
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If Einstein's theory of General Relativity (or is it Special Relativity?) proves to be true, then an objects mass increases with it's speed. This is supposedly why objects can not exceed the speed of light. It would require an infinite amount of energy to accelerate this object as it approaches the speed of light.

As we know, any massive object has gravity. We have all seen how massive the magnets are that keep these particles focussed in a beam. The scale of CERN compared to the size of the particles they are experimenting with must say something about particles actually increasing their mass the faster they go.

Remember, the CERN is the most powerful accelerator in the world. It produces more power than other accelerators, so it can therefore achieve higher speeds.

I am by no means a physicist, but that's how I understand it. Someone please set me straight if I have it wrong.

It would be interesting to see if earthquakes were felt at the times the older accelerators were operating.

Regards



posted on Mar, 11 2010 @ 11:43 PM
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I understand that the LHC is the most powerful particle accelerator in the world...but I also thought it isn't close to full power yet. I also thought the other particle accelerators are currently running at a higher power than the LHC is currently running at (could be completely wrong on this though). So if it isn't running any higher than other accelerators...would it even be a concern about it causing this?

I just didn't think they had cranked the LHC up to record energies yet. Anyone know if this is true or not?



posted on Mar, 12 2010 @ 03:11 AM
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Are Earthquakes Really on the Increase?

well if right this explains alot
We continue to be asked by many people throughout the world if earthquakes are on the increase. Although it may seem that we are having more earthquakes, earthquakes of magnitude 7.0 or greater have remained fairly constant.

A partial explanation may lie in the fact that in the last twenty years, we have definitely had an increase in the number of earthquakes we have been able to locate each year. This is because of the tremendous increase in the number of seismograph stations in the world and the many improvements in global communications. In 1931, there were about 350 stations operating in the world; today, there are more than 8,000 stations and the data now comes in rapidly from these stations by electronic mail, internet and satellite. This increase in the number of stations and the more timely receipt of data has allowed us and other seismological centers to locate earthquakes more rapidly and to locate many small earthquakes which were undetected in earlier years. The NEIC now locates about 20,000 earthquakes each year or approximately 50 per day. Also, because of the improvements in communications and the increased interest in the environment and natural disasters, the public now learns about more earthquakes.

According to long-term records (since about 1900), we expect about 17 major
earthquakes (7.0 - 7.9) and one great earthquake (8.0 or above) in any given year.




earthquake.usgs.gov...

[edit on 3/12/2010 by dashar]



posted on Mar, 12 2010 @ 03:47 AM
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I'm waiting for that really "far out" theory whereby pressure building up under the tectonic plates of the Earth increased to such a point that it cause movement and friction where they meet.

LOL!


Sorry, sorry. I apologise for my insane conspiracy theory.



posted on Mar, 12 2010 @ 03:49 AM
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Can please someone explain me:

The damn little #ty LHC makes quakes, black holes and a kind of voodoo stuff - We here in Switzerland had not a Quake of "1" last year!

And the same guys here say: Global warming must be natural - HOW STUPID ARE WE?!




posted on Mar, 12 2010 @ 07:39 AM
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I think their argument would be that "god told us to do it", 'cos we know that makes it alright if you are a big powerful organisation like a Government.



posted on Mar, 12 2010 @ 07:52 AM
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I thought the CERN LHC project had been canceled just recently.

Ok, I just tried to find something to support this but couldn't. I swear I just recently read where this project was canceled but I guess not. That's just plain weird.

Is there another LHC project somewhere?

[edit on 12/3/2010 by Iamonlyhuman]



posted on Mar, 12 2010 @ 10:25 PM
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Originally posted by Iamonlyhuman
I thought the CERN LHC project had been canceled just recently.

Ok, I just tried to find something to support this but couldn't. I swear I just recently read where this project was canceled but I guess not. That's just plain weird.

Is there another LHC project somewhere?

[edit on 12/3/2010 by Iamonlyhuman]


It's been a while back, but maybe you are thinking of this:


The Superconducting Super Collider (SSC) was a particle accelerator complex under construction in the vicinity of Waxahachie, Texas that was set to be world's largest and most energetic, surpassing the current record held by the Large Hadron Collider. Its planned ring circumference was 87.1 kilometres (54.1 mi) with an energy of 20 TeV per beam of protons, more than enough energy to create a Higgs boson, a particle predicted by the Standard Model but not yet detected. The project's director was Roy Schwitters, a physicist at the University of Texas at Austin and Harvard University. The project was canceled in 1993.

en.wikipedia.org...



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