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Originally posted by N34Li3Z
I too don't really think the CERN LHC is for what they say it is. This is going out on a limb, but what kind of really weird things were happening on the earth (weather events in particular) BEFORE they fired up the CERNLHC?
Originally posted by fooks
so the whole thing was a waste of money?
serves them right.
looking for the "god particle" lol! fairly ironic, don't ya think?
2011, we unlocked the secrets of the universe!!! ooooooooooook.
maybe in a 1000yrs we can really get somewhere.
exceed the speed of light and then see what happens.
till then we are still in the stone age with these experiments.
just learned to fly 100yo.
Originally posted by Jordan River
I am surprised they didn't find it. still trying to bottle God to sell it in the public
Originally posted by InfaRedMan
The more 'exotic' science claims the universe to be, the more contrived and unbelievable it becomes. What we have is ad-hock, band-aid science for a flawed model (see dark matter, dark energy, dark flow, higher dimensions, branes etc). These things are just metaphors for what are essentially massive gaps in our knowledge/understanding of how the universe works.
I personally believe the riddle of the universes existence is more than likely a simple and elegant answer. That just won't do though. Too many jobs depend on it being otherwise.
God always takes the simplest way.Albert Einstein
Originally posted by Xeven
With 6 billion used to build LHC we could have began mining asteroids, have several solar system ranged man spacecraft and a colony on the moon and mars by now. Shame we dont use money to ensure our survival should earth experience some catastrophy. This was a waste of money imo.
Originally posted by deadeyedick
It kinda mind boggling to me when i think about all the events that have taken place since the large collider was turned on.The intensity and frequency of these events has definitely increased.Its even crazier how this is ignored.
Originally posted by GhostR1der
reply to post by N34Li3Z
As i've said for a long time, higgs boson is just a non existant distraction to avoid touching upon the scalar electromagnetic/quantum realm.
It's a dirty word, it's coming and there ain't much that can be done to stop it. Russians have had it in university for a while now, it's time for the rest of the world to wake up. It will potentially dissolve terrestrial power structures though. But do we want everyday man to play god, whilst he may not understand the implications of every action?
Originally posted by N34Li3Z
One of the laws of thermodynamics which has always bothered me, and was reminded by your above quoted post, is that matter cannot be created, or destroyed; however, this seems contradictory to existence.
I think the big bang, and big crunch model of our universe is a pretty good one, it's simple in design and simple in it's answer to creation/destruction of our universe following suit to Occam's Razor, but the big question is "how" did this cycle process begin?