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originally posted by: Plotus
I just wonder how measurements can be accurate from Cern's collider setup. You have a path that particles (all inclusive mater) are sent around on... That's the problem, it's a round track, it must by nature have two polar opposite area's of measurement. ie. the long side and the short side of this curved cylindrical magnetic containment. I just don't see a singularity acting on it's own volition or being acted upon by outside influences as being 'unhindered'. Orbits..? There is a dynamic at play beyond 'particles' rushing pall mall away from their source. Simply put, the Haldron Collider moves particles by placing them in a magnetic suspension, and provides travel with that magnetic control... forwards or backwards.. never the less, circular.
originally posted by: micpsi
You don't need powerful particle accelerators to explore the nature of subatomic particles. Another more natural method known to yogis for thousands of years and called "anima" in Sanskrit is just as effective. If you are curious to learn more, go to:
where you will discover that some discoveries in nuclear and particle physics were anticipated by paranormal means many decades before. The most important of these is the detection of quarks, originally proposed by physicists Murray Gell-Mann and George Zweig in 1964. You will learn that they were remote-viewed between 1895 and 1908. And their discovery was much cheaper....