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Are Scientists About To Destroy The World?

By James Donahue

The plan by world scientists to switch the controversial hadron collider into full power on Sept. 10 and to begin smashing protons speeding toward each other at nearly the speed of light still has a lot of people in the scientific and psychic world worried.

There is cause for concern. We have been getting warning messages from an entity identified as the Abba Father, the Indian mystic Her Holiness Sai Maa Lakshmi Devi is warning of a looming dimensional shift, and more than one physicist is concerned that the machine could create a black hole that will eventually swallow our planet and then the solar system.

While we do not know if the message will be related, Sai Maa has scheduled a conference telephone message for all who wish to hear it for the evening of Tuesday, Sept. 2. She says she wants to share “how her heart is feeling about the situation in the world right now.”  The message will be offered at no cost. Call at 7 p.m. Eastern, 6 p.m. Central, 5 p.m. Mountain and 4 p.m. Pacific. The number to dial is 1-712-432-0443. Then give a passcode: 80022090.

We have dealt with the Abba Father warning in another story that can be found on this page. The message contains a seemingly urgent plea to the “kings of the earth” not to turn on a particular deadly device. We have to believe it may be the collider.

A group of scientists has been concerned enough to try to stop the project by seeking an injunction from the European Court of Human Rights. The court on Friday rejected the application but agreed to rule on allegations at the experiment violates the right to life under the European Convention of Human Rights

German chemist Otto Rossler, of Eberhard Karls University, one of the scientists involved in the litigation, said he believes the creation of mineature black holes by the collider could be a threat to the planet.

"My own calculations have shown that it is quite plausible that these little black holes survive and will grow exponentially and eat the planet from the inside," Rossler said.

He claims that, in the worst case scenario, the earth could be sucked inside out within four years of a mini black hole forming.

Someone sent the following message in my e-mail, written by an anonymous source who claims to be involved in another group of scientists also working on a collider. He said this team has been running tests that indicate “a 76.4 percent chance that it will create a MBH, or miniature black hole.”

The writer said if a black hole is created the following series of events will happen, all of them unbeknown to us at first.

What will happen is the MBH will drop down to the center of the earth, eating up matter as it goes. When it gets to the center, it will continue to go in the same direction due to its increased mass that it’s picked up on the way. Eventually it will reach a point where gravity will overpower momentum, and it will slow down, stop, and reverse direction back to the core.

Because it will be constantly increasing in mass it will never stop at the middle, because momentum is speed times mass. It will continue to swing like a pendulum inside the earth, eating it up until it gets to critical mass.

Unfortunately, from the point that the gravitational pull of the MBH will be noticeable by even the most sensitive instruments, will will be about three days from critical mass. Critical mass is defined as the point that the gravitational pull of the MBH will influence every piece of matter on earth or in its atmosphere.

Less than five minutes after critical mass is achieved, all of the earth’s matter will be in a ball the size of a basketball, which will continue to orbit the sun as normal.”

The writer notes that if the collider is operated on Sept. 10, and a black hole is created, he estimates a timeline for all of this to happen to take approximately four years, three months and seven days to reach critical mass. This, he wrote, “puts it on December 17, 2012 . . . with an error ratio of approximately 10 days plus or minus.” This means, he said, that the date of the end of everything for everybody could fall on December 21, 2012. This, in case you are unaware, is the very date when the Mayan Calendar comes to an end.

We can’t help remembering that many scientists worried at the time we were experimenting with splitting the atom and developing the atomic bomb that such an explosion might start a chain reaction and turn our planet into a fiery ball, or second sun in this solar system. Of course it did not happen, although we certainly unleashed a power than changed the way we lived forever. And for the first time we had a weapon with the potential of literally destroying our world.