The Large Hydron Collider (LHC) is the largest and most complex machine in the world, smashing particles at near light speed to “recreate” the Big Bang theory, open up parallel universes, and even open up a mini-blackhole, but why? Just outside CERN’s main offices lies a statue of Shiva, “the destroyer”, which may provide an insight into the mindset and potential ramifications of the experiments being conducted. Shiva is one of three principal deities of Hinduism and is known as the “destroyer of worlds”.
The LHC consists of a 27-kilometer ring full of superconducting magnets and accelerating structures to aid the energy of the particles on their way to the collision. A couple of immensely high-energy particle beams travel near the speed of light before they collide. The beams travel in separate pipes going in opposite directions while the super powerful magnets create a strong magnetic field which propels the particles to accurately smash into one another. This requires chilling the magnets to ‑271.3°C, a temperature colder than outer space. For this reason, much of the accelerator is connected to a distribution system of liquid helium, which cools the magnets. In an experiment such as this, the many multifaceted dangerous outcomes, even in a successful run, is mind boggling. These particle physicists simply have no idea the ramifications of their work, yet the entire project is unsupervised with no direct oversight or accountability.
Stephen Hawking has warned, “once you open Pandora’s Box, you can never again close it”. Hawking who is an atheist has come out with some prophetic warnings saying, “the ‘God particle’ found by CERN could destroy the universe”, leaving time and space collapsed, and could literally “open the gates of hell”. Amazing considering this nuclear physicist considered on the level of Einstein, doesn’t believe in heaven and hell. Adding to these fears is the fact that the town in France where CERN is partially located is named “Saint-Genus-Polly”, linked to Apollyon, was home to a temple of Apollo in Roman times. “Apollyon” or in Hebrew, Abaddon appears in the bible as a place of destruction; the realm of the dead, with Apollyon being the angel of the bottomless pit.
Neil deGrasse Tyson in an interview with ‘Gizmodo’ gave his opinion on the LHC stating, “there’s a concern that if you make a pocket of energy that high, it might create a black hole that would then consume the Earth.” Tyson added, “if you wanted to blow up a planet, this would be the way the way to do it”.
One year after CERN’s opening, Sergio Bertolucci, former director for Research and Scientific computing stated to a British publication that “the supercollider could open an otherworldly door to another dimension”. Though the statements caught some headlines, the story was quickly buried by the mainstream media.
Anti-Matter has come about as a direct result of the experiments at the LHC, Anti-Matter is the antithesis of the matter we see, feel and touch all around us. A half a gram of Anti-matter is proportionate to the “Little Boy” Atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima. So how can such a volatile substance such as this which we know very little about, be contained? The facts surrounding CERN and the LHC have sparked numerous conspiracies that have taken on a life of their own, such as the “Mandela Effect”. Many are concerned that if the LHC warped the “Space-time Continuum”, we may not even know, nor be able to reverse it.
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