Friday, February 20, 2015

European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) Big Bang test

The Large Hadron Collider is about to start up again in March, after a whole lot of repairs and upgrades. You may or may not have heard that CERN, the the European Center for Research in Particle Physics in Geneva, want's to re-create the big bang, using the LHC.

The LHC was switched off two years ago after the discovery of the elusive Higgs boson, the so-called God particle. This earned physicists Peter Higgs and Fran├žois Englert, who decades ago developed the theory that led to the July 2012 discovery, the Nobel Prize in 2013.

Neil deGrasse Tyson

Both theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking and astrophysicist Neil de Grasse Tyson have  issued warnings about this new experiment with the big bang.

Some of you may have caught my article on the 'CHANI Project & The Fuse Year', where the entity mentioned our research into dark matter. Below is a quote from Acolyte / the Entity.

"u play cern you make dark matters portal
portal make easy me come yor line time
yes u leaders play dark maters line times colide
u ask yor leaders stop play cern now stop play dark maters ok

I have ran into a few things pointing to some activity in March, that may impact others in an unusual way. The point of this post is to get a discussion started around this situation. If you are aware of anything unusual forecast or predicted to occur in or around the March time period this year, which you may possibly think is related to a situation like what CERN is planning with the Big Bang test, feel free to leave a comment with your info and also any opinions.

There is a good article here over on the IBM times, talking about the new experiement in detail if you are intersted in more information.

A statue similar to this one, which is a 10th century Chola dynasty bronze sculpture of Shiva, stands outside of one of CERN's building. It was a gift from India back in 2004, celebrating CERN's long association with the country which started back in 1960.


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