Hadron Collider Set For Test Run In November
repairing the Large Hadron Collider near the France/Swiss border say the 17-mile-long doughnut-shaped machine may be
ready for a restart sometime in November. That may or may not be good news, depending on just what happens once the device
is in operation.
was so much concern among some physicists when the machine was nearing completion one year ago that a court case was filed
in an attempt to stop anyone from ever using the collider. They said they worry that the machine, located deep underground,
may have the potential of destroying the world.
called a collider because the machine is designed to conduct high-energy particle collisions and help scientists understand
such mysteries as how the universe was formed, the nature of dark matter, black holes, and whether other dimensions exist.
Wagner, a former nuclear safety officer and Luis Sancho filed suit in US District Court, Hawaii, in an effort to stop scientists
from using the collider. They said they worry that when the scientists begin smashing protons together at the speed of light
it might produce a black hole that will consume the earth.
German chemist Otto Rossier of Eberhard Karls University joined another group of scientists who tried to stop the project
by seeking an injunction from the European Court of Human Rights. Both court cases failed.
argued that his personal calculations showed the effect of smashing protons would create several tiny black holes that had
the potential of destroying not only the Earth, but eventually swallowing up our entire solar system.
is quite plausible that these little black holes survive and will grow exponentially and eat the planet from the inside,”
Rossler said. He said such a scenario could go on without us being aware of the threat because “the Earth could be sucked
inside out within four years.”
own contact with the entity Abba Father we have been receiving constant warnings connected to what appears to be the operation
of this machine. Just prior to the date that the collider was turned on the warning was a plea to the “kings of the
earth” not to turn on a particular deadly device.
10, 2008, the machine was turned on and the scientists said they successfully sent particles through the 17-mile-long tube
at nearly the speed of light. All that was left was for the protons to be sent in separate directions so they would collide
with each other and create what physicists believe would be something comparable to the “big bang.” A few editorial
pundits made light of the fact that anybody worried about the collider destroying the world.
that, everything went silent. There was no news from Europe. We made contact with the Abba Father and learned that the collider
was no longer operable because “someone has turned it off.” He said some type of belt “was about to crash
and make it unstable.”
Father, who has been forecasting major changes coming to the planet, suggested that spiritual forces were involved in the
shutdown of the collider. “We cannot have a collision,” the entity said.
a news report eventually revealed that right after the September 10 trial, there was a malfunction in a faulty transformer.
After this, the team working on the transformer discovered a large helium leak believed caused by a faulty electrical connection
between two magnets, which may have melted because of the high current used.
article by Lewis Page for The Register web site gives more insight as to exactly what happened in the collider. Page wrote
that the faulty electrical conductor melted under the load not only crashing the collider but releasing “a fearful tide
of helium superfluid” that was so cold it froze everything in its path. Technicians working nearby narrowly escaped.
involved installation of new sensing devices to make sure all of the electrical connections are working properly and numerous
other safety devices. The entire underground structure had to be superheated in the process and scientists have just been
waiting for everything to cool down to a level that will allow the collider to be tested again.
Gillies, head of CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) said six of the eight superconducting sectors are presently
down to an acceptable temperature level. He said he believes all eight of the sectors will be properly cooled by sometime
in November. No date for a planned test run has yet been announced.
collider works and doesn’t set off a deadly chain reaction, physicists from around the world say they hope to use it
to recreate energies and conditions believed to have occurred a trillionth of a second after the Big Bang. They say they want
to create this effect then examine the debris for clues to the nature of mass and new forms of nature.
said deadly doomsday chain reactions are unlikely although no one can be sure the collision of protons won’t have some
effect on the world as we know it. The scientific community appears willing to take the risk. They have spent 15 years and
well over $8 billion building a machine they believe will answer their questions.
article notes that the CERN collider will be smashing “very small bits of matter” and that “barring unforeseen
mishaps, the risk that they will blow up the Earth seems minimal.”
article notes, however, that the proposed construction of an even larger collider is already on the drawing board and its
purpose will be to crash matter and anti-matter together to see what happens.
that even our esteemed scientific community is not thinking right these days. That they would be willing to accept a “minimal
risk” of destroying the Earth while playing with their new $8 billion collider, just to glean information about the
origins of our universe borders on a form of mental derangement.
they would consider building a machine capable of smashing matter and anti-matter together is total insanity. All of the things
we know about bringing matter and anti-matter together is that they react by totally annihilating each other and releasing
their mass in the form of energy.
words, if the experiments at CERN fail to create a black hole that swallows up our world, the next machine they build will
attempt to create an explosion unlike anything the world has ever seen. Page predicted the blast might make a supernova look
like a mild belch by comparison.
fear, however. The Abba Father assures us that the collider is not going to work this time either and that an ever larger
one will never be built.