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Large Hadron Collider - CERN Has Become Shiva, The Destroyer Of Worlds

Updated on November 27, 2009

The extremely fast evaporation of a micro black hole has been used by CERN as a major argument in substantiation of the claims of safety of the Large Hadron Collider. However when we look at accepted nuclear physics hypothesis and theories we find this quote: "The standard statistical mechanical canonical ensemble (of quick evaporation) cannot be applied when gravitational interactions are important."

What that essentially means is that the claim that CERN is making that these micro black holes would simply evaporate vaporize themselves into nothingness shortly after their creation does not necessarily work when there is the strong gravitational influence of a planet surface acting on it. Since the Large Hadron Collider is not functioning in midst of empty space but on the surface of the planet these gravitational interactions have not been taken into consideration.

Black holes form in the far reaches of outer space, not on the surfaces of planets. This would be the first one! Another first for CERN! Pop the champagne corks!

The micro black holes that would be created at the Large Hadron Collider could theoretically be reactive to a great degree and radiate energies which have not been exposed since the Big Bang 14 billion years ago. It bears repeating that the essence of the creation of a micro black hole is that there is no force in the universe that can stop its spread nor destroy it. The Large Hadron Collider could create a situation whereby a phenomenon is created which cannot be stopped, cannot be destroyed and cannot even be slowed down while it consumes the Earth in a matter of a few years.

So unless CERN has some mysterious black hole squasher squirreled away somewhere the generation of a microscopic black hole becomes a one way trip to the end of the planet.

Oh, yes... sorry... I forgot that they didn't even have a 10 dollar tarp. Oops.

There are even cases where preeminent nuclear, quantum, and astro-physics have predicted that the Large Hadron Collider would be able to create as many as 1 micro black hole each and every second. So once a second, CERN scientists would be doing what Einstein said God didn't even do: "Play dice with the universe," or the continued existence of the universe.

By the dictums of the European Union CERN is a supra national entity as such it is above the law, it is above government legislation and it has placed itself above humanity. I do not ever recall voting on a referendum which empowered a bunch of pocket-protector bedecked, horn rimmed glasses wearing nerds as having power over my life and the life of the entire planet Earth. And since a black hole is one European Union immigrant who is not easily stopped at the Schengen border, I also don't remember voting to give the bureaucrats in Brussels the power to single handedly act to destroy the entire world.

In all fairness, it has to be concluded that the chances for the creation of any of these phenomena such as the magnetic monopoles, the vacuum bubble, the strangelet quarks, or the micro black holes is extremely small. However that percentage is not so small as to be zero, as CERN staffers are warned not to say. Should something unforeseen happen within the electro magnetic quantum manipulating bowels of the Large Hadron Collider, it could not be stopped and then there would be no hope for the future of this planet and possibly the entire galaxy.

CERN has placed itself into the position of Shiva (one of the gods in the Bhagavad-Gita) who was quoted by Dr. Oppenheimer at the Jornada del Muerto (Day Of The Dead) desert near the Trinity site in the White Sands Missile Range when witnessing first atomic explosion of the Manhattan Project. "I am become Shiva, the destroyer of worlds," Dr. Oppenheimer stated.

Might be a good line to start off CERN's next press conference.

The potential to destroy the planet at an interaction triggered by the Large Hadron Collider is infinitesimally small but it still does exist. It is emphatically not zero. Should the Large Hadron Collider continue its experiments the question remains:

Should we trust the future existence of the only planet that we have ever had into the hands of a bunch of people who are unable to engineer a machine that can keep functioning after a bird drops a crumb of bread on it?

Continued In: Large Hadron Collider - Kweejaq, The Council & The Fate Of The Planet

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    • Shahid Bukhari profile image

      Shahid Bukhari 

      7 years ago from My Awareness in Being.

      You seem to have been greatly moved by Oppenheimer's criminal exclamation ... using the mythological ... Shiva ... !

      Remember ...

      Only God Is, The Creator of Life, and Enforcer of Death ...

      Reckon, Oppenheimer should know it by now.

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      Dominic (New Zealand) 

      8 years ago

      I agree with what you say about the (LHC) it must be Destroyed!


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