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    Default Large Hadron Collider at CERN fired up after 2-year break

    http://rt.com/news/246905-lhc-partic...der-restarted/

    After a two-year refit, the CERN nuclear research center has restarted the Large Hadron Collider (some say that’s why the latest lunar eclipse was so short). The new run will focus on searching for dark matter and trying to reach other dimensions.

    The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) announced on Sunday that one of the two beams had completed a circuit of the LHC’s 27-kilometer ring of superconducting magnets in an underground facility on the Swiss-French border.

    The collider has been upgraded to run at a higher energy and with a greater intensity of collisions. This time the ‘Big Bang’ accelerator is going to run for three years, with operators busy 24-hours a day. First experiments are slated for late May.

    “The LHC will be running day and night. When we will get results, we don’t know. What is important is that we will have collisions at energies we’ve never had before,” CERN spokesman Arnaud Marsollier said in March.

    “If something interesting appears in this new window we will see it. It might be two months from now or two years, we’re not able to say. It took 50 years to find the Higgs boson and 20 years to build this machine, and it will be running at least until 2035, so we can be patient
    ,” he added.

    With its beam energy level now reaching 13 tera-electron volts (TeV), the refitted ‘atom smasher’ is now nearly twice as powerful as it was two years ago.

    The LHC is now believed to be powerful enough to ‘capture’ dark matter, which is believed to make up some 70 percent of matter in our universe.

    The Large Hadron Collider, the world’s largest and most powerful particles accelerator, was active between 2008 and in 2012, and made what is probably its most valuable discovery: it registered the mysterious Higgs boson subatomic particle, the so-called "God particle" that gives mass to other particles, and is believed to be the key to understanding the constructs of the universe.

    This standard model of particle physics works with 17 subatomic particles, of which 12 are thought to build matter, while the remaining five, including the newly discovered Higgs boson, are called “force carriers.”

    In 2013, the LHC was stopped when scientists realized that if they wanted to get deeper into the rabbit’s burrow, the collider needed a higher output.

    The LHC was set to be re-started on March 31, but the launch was delayed while CERN solved a technical problem, which turned out to be a small piece of metal debris in the system. They removed it and completed final testing.

    After the restart, relatively weak beams of protons will be sent through the LHC ring in opposite directions, reaching velocities close to the speed of light. But first collisions marking the beginning of the second stage of experiments are likely to happen no earlier than June.

    New discoveries could be expected somewhere in the middle of 2016.
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    Default Re: Large Hadron Collider at CERN fired up after 2-year break

    I dont remember where I read this, but the last time Cern ran, the ETs supposedly stop it because of negative consequences to earth and other planets.

    T'was a bit the like scientists who didn't know if the earth would explode when the first A bomb was exploded. Seems that there are some pathological scientists who are so caught up that they don't worry about the consequences.

    I wish the technological experiments would stop until our spiritual sensibilities catch up. Much of the previous earth destructions are suggested to be such consequences. Has anybody else read such viewpoints?

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    Default Re: Large Hadron Collider at CERN fired up after 2-year break

    Heres a short video I came across lately. Proposing that the LHC is being repetitively shown as a part of graphics on news intros, etc. "feeding" our subconscious minds.
    "Without the human request, nothing will happen."

    "This must never be forgotten, that the human has the power to prevail."

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    Thank you. I don't have a TV so I appreciate knowing they are using CERN design elements to trap people's minds. Ugh. They even lie in the video that the WEB is a result of CERN. The building wasn't started until 14 years ago. Heck I was already online and the word then was the WEB was started by the military. Supposedly CERN's real purpose is to open a portal for nasty critters to enter earth. This is nasty!

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    That being said I give no energy to TPTB in terms of fear. The brainwashed scientists and ill intentioned leaders will be stonewalled every which way. It will go along with the countless nukes that have been rendered completely useless throughout the years.
    "Without the human request, nothing will happen."

    "This must never be forgotten, that the human has the power to prevail."

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    I hope you are right but I have no memory of where I found this info. I do remember reading about the ET turning off the nuke missiles, too.

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    Default Re: Large Hadron Collider at CERN fired up after 2-year break

    Isn't this how Atlantis got blown to smithereens, experimenting with higher level technology than their understanding?
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    Default Re: Large Hadron Collider at CERN fired up after 2-year break

    I posted this on Nastes thread and somehow we got to CERN
    so the link gives you the BBC article on the Hadron Collider......
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    Re: Share our PERSONALITIES online - Founder of Google's secret lab predicts we will soon be able

    Quote There is no gene for the human spirit.
    Well they have found the ' God ' particle and are now
    looking for parallel universes , whats next ? Dark Matter ?
    Black Holes ? The Soul ?....Sounds like Scy - Fy to me ...LOL




    Large Hadron Collider restarts after two-year rebuild
    By Jonathan Webb
    Science reporter, BBC News
    5 April 2015


    short vids on link....


    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-32160755


    Large Hadron Collider prepares to reveal more secrets




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    I think the Galaxy song may need updating......

    Galaxy Song - Monty Python's The Meaning of Life




    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...ab-predicts-we...

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    Default Re: Large Hadron Collider at CERN fired up after 2-year break

    Quote Posted by Mandala (here)
    Isn't this how Atlantis got blown to smithereens, experimenting with higher level technology than their understanding?
    it's like history is repeating itself...
    the soul mind trap http://tinyurl.com/ph7ajgb
    we live in a 3D matrix 3rd dimensional prison, awake! and never forget! so you shall no longer be imprisoned! escape the reincarnation lunar soul trap!

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    The link between Uranverein and CERN:

    Quote http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolfgang_Gentner

    Wolfgang Gentner (23 July 1906 in Frankfurt am Main – 4 September 1980 in Heidelberg)[1] was a German experimental nuclear physicist.

    Gentner received his doctorate in 1930 from the University of Frankfurt. From 1932 to 1935 he had a fellowship which allowed him to do postdoctoral research and study at Curie's Radium Institute at the University of Paris. From 1936 to 1945, he was a staff scientist at the Institute of Physics at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Medical Research, in Heidelberg. One of his areas of specialization was nuclear photoeffects. He was granted his Habilitation from the University of Frankfurt in 1937. At the end of 1938 and early 1939, he visited the Radiation Laboratory at the University of California, Berkeley; upon his return to Germany, he participated in the construction of a cyclotron at Heidelberg. During World War II, he participated in the German nuclear energy project, also called the Uranium Club. After World War II, Gentner became a professor at the University of Freiberg.

    In 1956, Gentner was appointed Director of the Synchrocyclotron Department at CERN.[2] In 1958, he became director of the new Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics at Heidelberg. From 1967 to 1970, he was chairman of the Physicochemicl-technical Section of the Max Planck Society. From 1969 to 1971, he was President of the Science Policy Committee and President of the Council at CERN. From 1972, he was Vice-president of the Max Planck Society. From 1975, he was a member of the board of governors at the Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel.

    Gentner helped found a number of European scientific organizations during the 1960s.

    _____________

    From 1925 to 1930, Gentner studied at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg and the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main. While in his first semester at Erlangen, his father died, so he returned to Frankfurt to help care for his mother and continued his education at Frankfurt. He received his doctorate in 1930 under Friedrich Dessauer, who was Director of the Institut für die physikalischen Grundlagen der Medizin (Institute for the Physical Fundamentals of Medicine), at the University of Frankfurt. His thesis was on the range of electrons in matter and their biological effects. In 1932, he was an auxiliary aid (Hilfsassistent) to Dessauer. From 1933 to 1935, he was a fellow of the Oswalt-Stiftung (Oswalt Foundation) of the University of Frankfurt and a fellow of the Carnegie Foundation, whose assistance he used to study at the Radium Institute of the University of Paris, which at that time was under the leadership of Marie Curie.[3][4][5]

    .......

    By the end of 1937, the rapid successes Bothe and Gentner had with the building and research uses of a Van de Graaff generator had led them to consider building a cyclotron. By November, a report had already been sent to the President of the Kaiser-Wilhelm Gesellschaft (KWG, Kaiser Wilhelm Society; today, the Max Planck Society), and Bothe began securing funds from the Helmholtz-Gesellschaft (Helmholtz Society; today, the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres), the Badischen Kultusministerium (Baden Ministry of Culture), I.G. Farben, the KWG, and various other research oriented agencies. Initial promises led to ordering a magnet from Siemens in September 1938, however, further financing then became problematic. In these times, Gentner continued his research on the nuclear photoeffect, with the aid of the Van de Graaff generator, which had been upgraded to produce energies just under 1 MeV. When his line of research was completed with the 7Li (p, gamma) and the 11B (p, gamma) reactions, and on the nuclear isomer 80Br, Gentner devoted his full effort to the building of the planned cyclotron.[3]

    In order to facilitate the construction of the cyclotron, at the end of 1938 and into 1939, with the help of a fellowship from the Helmholtz-Gesellschaft, Gentner was sent to Radiation Laboratory of the University of California (today, the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) in Berkeley, California. As a result of the visit, Gentner formed a cooperative relationship with Emilio G. Segrè and Donald Cooksey.[3]

    The German nuclear energy project, also known as the Uranverein, began in the spring of 1939 under the auspices of the Reichsforschungsrat (RFR, Reich Research Council) of the Reichserziehungsministerium (REM, Reich Ministry of Education). By 1 September, the Heereswaffenamt (HWA, Army Ordnance Office) squeezed out the RFR and took over the effort. Under the control of the HWA, the Uranverein had its first meeting on 16 September. The meeting was organized by Kurt Diebner, advisor to the HWA, and held in Berlin. The invitees included Walther Bothe, Siegfried Flügge, Hans Geiger, Otto Hahn, Paul Harteck, Gerhard Hoffmann, Josef Mattauch, and Georg Stetter. A second meeting was held soon thereafter and included Klaus Clusius, Robert Döpel, Werner Heisenberg, and Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker. With Bothe being one of the principals, Gentner was soon drawn into work for the Uranverein, along with other colleagues, such as Arnold Flammersfeld and Peter Herbert Jensen. Their research was published in the Kernphysikalische Forschungsberichte (Research Reports in Nuclear Physics); see below the section Internal Reports.[13][14][15]

    After the armistice between France and Germany in the summer of 1940, Bothe and Gentner received orders to inspect the cyclotron Frédéric Joliot-Curie had built in Paris. While it had been built, it was not yet operational. In September 1940, Gentner received orders to form a group to put the cyclotron into operation. Hermann Dänzer from the University of Frankfurt participated in this effort. While in Paris, Gentner was able to free both Frédéric Joliot-Curie and Paul Langevin, who had been arrested and detained. At the end of the winter of 1941/1942, the cyclotron was operational with a 7-MeV beam of deuterons. Uranium and thorium were irradiated with the beam, and the byproducts were sent to Otto Hahn at the Kaiser-Wilhelm Institut für Chemie (KWIC, Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Chemistry, today, the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry), in Berlin. In mid-1942, Gentner's successor in Paris, was Wolfgang Riezler from Bonn.[3][16][17]

    A next mission of the HWA was the completion of the Heidelberg cyclotron. It was during 1941 that Bothe had acquired all the necessary funding to complete construction. The magnet was delivered in March 1943, and the first beam of deuteron was emitted in December. The inauguration ceremony for the cyclotron was held on 2 June 1944.[3]

    In 1941, Gentner was authorized as a Dozent (lecturer) with a Lehrauftrag (teaching assignment) at the University of Heidelberg.[3][4]

    In 1946, Gentner became an ordentlicher Professor (ordinarius professor) at the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, where he worked on nuclear and cosmic-ray physics. From 1947 to 1949, he was also Prorektor (Vice-Rector) of the University.[3][4]

    During 1956 and 1957, Gentner was a member of the Arbeitskreis Kernphysik (Nuclear Physics Working Group) of the Fachkommission II "Forschung und Nachwuchs" (Commission II "Research and Growth") of the Deutschen Atomkommission (DAtK, German Atomic Energy Commission). Other members of the Nuclear Physics Working Group in both 1956 and 1957 were: Werner Heisenberg (chairman), Hans Kopfermann (vice-chairman), Fritz Bopp, Walther Bothe, Otto Haxel, Willibald Jentschke, Heinz Maier-Leibnitz, Josef Mattauch, Wolfgang Riezler, Wilhelm Walcher, and Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker. Wolfgang Paul was also a member of the group during 1957.[18]

    In 1956, soon after the founding of CERN, in Geneva, Gentner was appointed Direktor der Abteilung Synchrozyklotron (Director of the Synchrocyclotron Department) and Direktor der Forschung (Director of Research), positions which he held until October 1958. His department was responsible for the construction of their 600-MeV synchrocyclotron. Parallel to this, he had also been asked by the Stuttgarter Landesregierung (Stuttgart State Government) to be the first head of the Kernforschungszentrum Karlsruhe (KfK, Karlsruhe Nuclear Research Centre, today the Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe), whose construction had just been decided. Gentner declined so as to stay with more fundamental research, rather than applied. The synchrocyclotron at CERN delivered its first beam on 1 August 1957. From 1971 to 1974, he was chairman of the CERN board.[3][4][19]

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    I don't know if this is genuine or some sort of mock up , but its quite amusing either way...LOL



    BBC Makes A Hilarious Error In Their Coverage Of The Large Hadron Collider

    new Wednesday 8th April 2015 at 09:14 By David Icke



    ‘The Large Hadron Collider – the incredible machinery that was credited with discovering
    the Holy Grail of long sought after particles, the Higgs Boson – has finally been re-awoken
    after a two year slumber whilst undergoing upgrades and repairs. Naturally this incredible
    piece of technology, with the ability to change our understanding of our universe as we
    know it, was due a graceful re-introduction.

    Unfortunately, the BBC didn’t appear to get the memo…’

    http://www.iflscience.com/physics/la...heck-important

    Published on 4 Apr 2015

    The BBC get overexcited by the world's largest atom smasher.
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    Big Bang Machine CERN Large Hadron Collider ( LHC ) NOVA 2015 Documentary



    Big Bang Machine CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) - Nova Special 2015 Documentary

    On July 4, 2012, scientists at the giant atom smashing facility at CERN announced the
    discovery of a subatomic particle that seems like a tantalizingly close match to the elusive
    Higgs Boson, thought to be responsible for giving all the stuff in the universe its mass.
    Since it was first proposed nearly 50 years ago, the Higgs has been the holy grail of
    particle physicists: finding it completes the "standard model" that underlies all of modern
    particle physics. Now CERN's scientists are preparing for the Large Hadron Collider's
    second act, when they restart the history-making collider, running at higher energy --
    hoping for the next great discovery that will change what we know about the particles
    and forces that make up our universe.

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    Higgs field and Higgs boson explained



    Published on 31 May 2012

    University of Michigan Physics professor Gordon Kane explains what is Higgs field
    and Higgs boson. Michigan researchers say the particle could be discovered this
    summer. Find out more at http://ns.umich.edu/new/releases/20417




    -----------------------------------------------

    After listening to them explain the Higgs boson
    as an invisible force , They should of just asked
    Obi Wan......


    Obi-Wan explains the Force ......Its fun if you play these two together...LOL





    I keep seeing and saying that Science and Scy - fy
    are leading 'Wan' and other ...LOL

    " May the force be with you ".......
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    Starting to get a better understanding of the physics of all this. Also seeing more how "they" are like kids playing with forces they don't understand.
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    Science and discoveries are fine done responsibly and shoud not be pursued for the
    sake of it and to keep the $/£ grants coming in to support & keep scientists occupied, imo.....





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    Harnessing ‘Black Holes’: The Large Hadron Collider – ultimate Weapon of Mass Destruction

    Saturday 11th April 2015 at 10:20 By David Icke




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    GLOBAL RESEARCH.........




    Harnessing “Black Holes”: The Large Hadron Collider – Ultimate Weapon of Mass Destruction

    Why the LHC must be shut down
    By Nina Beety

    Global Research, April 11, 2015

    What would you have done to stop catastrophic events if you knew in advance what you know now.

    We have the moral obligation to take action in every way we can.

    The future is in our hands. The stakes are the highest they have ever been. The Large Hadron
    Collider developed by the European Centre for Nuclear Research (CERN) is a dangerous instrument.
    The start-up April 5 has initiated a more reckless use of LHC’s capabilities.



    The Large Hadron Collider – the rationale



    ‘The world’s largest supercollider is located at the European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN) in
    a 17-mile-long tunnel built in a giant circle, buried 330 feet underground. It is beneath the
    French-Swiss border near Geneva. Total cost: over $9 billion (as of January 2010). It’s been funded
    by European governments and $542 million from the United States. The Large Hadron Collider (LHC)
    was restarted April 5, after a two-year shutdown and a $150 million upgrade.

    Inside the LHC, two beams of protons are forced to smash into each other at high speed. The initial
    goal was to create the so-called “God” particle – Higgs boson — achieved in 2012. Now they hope to
    recreate the Big Bang, discover dark matter, expose other dimensions and more. To do that, scientists
    are nearly doubling the power level so the two beams of particles will collide much more violently.’


    Read more: Harnessing 'Black Holes': The Large Hadron Collider – ultimate Weapon of Mass Destruction

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-lar...uction/5442232
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    Smashing Atoms … for God

    new Sunday 12th April 2015 at 08:33 By David Icke




    ‘Every time a nuclear weapons test is carried out; a war is in progress;
    HAARP is activated; a thousand oil and gas fracking wells are drilled;
    millions of litres of pesticides are sprayed onto the land; the latest
    psychotronic weapons are tested; the resident PTB satanists hold a
    masonic ritual; a barrage of geo-engineered atmospheric aerosols are
    released into the skies; every time any one of these – and there are
    plenty more such horrors activated on an almost daily basis – Gaia
    shudders and supportive universal healing energies are rushed to her
    aid – and ours. For we are not separate, as the pseudo-scientists at
    the CERN laboratory in Switzerland, believe; and behave.

    At huge financial cost and a seismically shaken planet, they are now
    just beginning to wonder if there might not be some purpose to the
    invisible ‘dark matter’ that makes up a large part of the universe. But
    in order to know this, they decided that they needed to do another
    little experiment. One that even some admitted – just might have
    consequences for the health and welfare of the planet.’


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    Smashing Atoms… for God

    Hadron ColliderJulian Rose, Contributor
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    You probably didn’t feel a jolt when a bunch of atoms were hurled down a tube
    at the speed of light – or thereabouts – and another bunch were hurled down
    the same tube in the opposite direction. But Gaia did, of that you can be sure.

    When they smashed into each other at the Large Haladron Collider near Zurich,
    Switzerland, a magni-elelctro shock was created that rippled around the World.
    Subterranean rock fissures underwent further fragmentation. Volcanic activity,
    already partially activated by HAARP, received a further jolt, sending energetic
    pulses along fault lines beneath the Earth’s crust. Animals went on alert and the
    plant kingdom stiffened into its defensive mode. The magnetosphere trembled
    in alarm.

    And what did man do?

    Some flung their arms to the sky and shouted for joy. Others, the great majority,
    did nothing – they hadn’t noticed. A tiny minority collected their inner powers of
    concentration and sent a healing prayer out to Gaia.

    The one’s who celebrated thought they they had found God. It had taken a decade
    or two to recreate the forces of the universe in their special laboratory, at a cost of
    around $700 billion. Peering intently at their computer screens, they delighted in the
    spectacle of this, the mother of all smash-ups that they had initiated.

    Later, after much analytical interpretation, these same screens would tell them whether
    or not they had found the Higgs bosun, an elementary particle in the standard model of
    particle physics. A particle that has acquired the name ‘The God particle’.

    About a year later, they thought maybe they had – and that it was possible that it travelled
    faster than the speed of light, refuting Einstein’s long standing theory that nothing travels
    faster than the speed of light.

    The atom smashers had ‘proved’ (to themselves) that their speeding ‘God particle’ fairly
    knocked the socks off the old speed record – by something in the order of 0.0000.0000.015
    of a second. The Big Bang (their concept) is thus being reassessed to have been a more
    intense orgasm than they once thought. So, $700 billion well spent then..

    Meanwhile, once again Gaia was called upon to try and rebalance herself – to set in motion
    her powers of self healing.


    Read more: Smashing Atoms … for God

    http://www.wakingtimes.com/2015/04/1...atoms-for-god/

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    Default Re: Large Hadron Collider at CERN fired up after 2-year break

    The atom smashers had ‘proved’ (to themselves) that their speeding ‘God particle’ fairly
    knocked the socks off the old speed record – by something in the order of 0.0000.0000.015
    of a second. The Big Bang (their concept) is thus being reassessed to have been a more
    intense orgasm than they once thought. So, $700 billion well spent then..

    Meanwhile, once again Gaia was called upon to try and rebalance herself – to set in motion
    her powers of self healing.





    700 billion well spent on an orgasm........................................ <-----------this means the emotion has no words........however if Gaia were intelligent she would spew her orgasm back out ALL OVER THEM.
    We X Billions want to change the world and it appears we are......
    PARADISE IS POSSIBLE EVERYWHERE 4 EVERYONE

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