When Worlds Collide: The Cern Stargate
Not for much longer. A stargate based in the heart of Europe is coming online in May 2008.
Fellowship Of The Ring
CERN is the Earth’s largest particle physics lab, situated in northwest Geneva on the border of France and Switzerland. Essentially it is a huge particle accelerator complex, using electric fields to propel particles to super high speeds and contain them. CERN operates a cluster of 6 particle accelerators, 1 decelerator and multiple particle detectors.
CERN is a European super-project with 20 core European signatory countries (including UK, France, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Italy, Sweden, The Netherlands) and a group of international countries (America, Israel, Japan, Russia, India etc) participating with so called ‘observer’ status. Over 7900 scientists and engineers (about half the global particle physics community) work on experiments conducted at CERN.
Most recent activities have been directed towards the new Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The LHC is located in a circular tunnel 100 metres underground, between Geneva Airport and the nearby Jura mountains. A 17 mile circumference ring houses two pipes enclosed within superconducting magnets cooled by liquid helium. Each pipe contains a separate proton beam, each travelling in opposite directions around the ring. Additional magnets are used to direct the beams to four intersection points where interactions between them will take place. In total, over 1600 superconducting magnets are installed, with most weighing over 27 tonnes. It is a 21st century ouroboros; the mystical symbol of infinity, the alchemical symbol of purification.
I am still waiting for the evening news to mention that “The CERN Stargate, designed to send matter from this universe into another dimension, comes online next week.” As sci-fi as that sounds, that is precisely what CERN will do and everyone should be aware of it.
To quote CERN’s own published documentation: "Some theories suggest that, beyond the three spatial dimensions we experience, our Universe has some extra dimensions. These have finite size, so they are curved onto themselves, for instance in the shape of a circle (although, for more than one extra dimension, more complicated geometries are possible)."
“To really detect the extra dimension one needs to probe it with particles with a very high energy. In quantum mechanics, the larger the energy of the particle, the smaller its effective size is. So to detect a small dimension, one needs particles of very high energy. The extra dimensions are actually so small that even our largest particle accelerators have not produced particles of enough energy to see them. However, in some theories, the sizes of the extra dimensions are ... just large enough for particles in the LHC at CERN to be able to detect them.”
“There are theories that suggest that the matter particles we are made of cannot propagate on the extra dimensions. In these theories, the only way to detect the extra dimensions is by using gravitational interactions. The strength of gravity in the 5-dimensional (or higher-dimensional) description is much more intense than in four dimensions, hence we predict the possibility of creating black holes in collisions in the LHC. These events would be spectacular, with the black hole decaying almost immediately into a shower of many particles, and would allow us to test the properties of quantum gravity in accelerators. In any of these two possible scenarios, the detection of the existence of extra dimensions would be an unprecedented discovery, and an astonishing insight into the nature of the Universe!”
In my cosmology, it would not be unprecedented. It would be a rediscovery of ancient knowledge that has been on Earth many times before.
Secrets In The Fields
At the 2007 Glastonbury Symposium, I attended lectures by leading lights in the crop circle phenomenon Dr. Horace Drew and Bert Janssen (amongst others) who explained in detail how the advanced physics and geometry embedded in many crop formations was known only to a handful of people at the time of their creation. In some cases, what the circles were depicting was astonishing cutting-edge quantum physics. Their apparent 2D format actually describing 3D and often 4D constructs in their advanced use of three, seven and nine-fold geometry.
I visited multiple crop circles, each of them representing complex mathematical constructs and geometries. The level of detail and precision I encountered was mind blowing. Fellow researchers, from first timers to old time ‘croppies’, were equally in awe of their enigmatic beauty. One quickly concludes that the genuine circles are not the work of human hands. It also becomes clear that the value of the circles is, for me at least, not in who makes them, or even how, but rather in what they are telling us.
The sophisticated geometry in the circles resonates with multi-dimensional physics, string theory and m-theory. Recall, the CERN spokesman suggested that “more complicated geometries” are required to describe multi-dimensional reality. It is feasible that this is exactly what the circles are doing. They are teachings in how the universe is constructed. As Janssen states, “Crop circles are far less straightforward than you would think at first sight. They cannot be done away with as just a simple joke. Their geometry shows that there is far more to it. The different aspects of geometry even suggest that it is impossible for humans to reproduce [the shown] crop circles in an actual field.” For examples, see his excellent site http://www.bertjanssen.nl/cropcircles.html
The Uncertainty Of A Dead Cat
Werner Heisenberg proposed that by measuring the position of a particle, we unavoidably alter its predictable momentum. Thus it is impossible to know both the exact position and the exact velocity of an object at the same time. Furthermore, the uncertainty of the particle’s movement is a manifestation of the observer observing it; the consciousness of the observer changes the observed object. Hot stuff, especially in the 1920’s.
According to American physicist and leading string field theorist, Professor Michio Kaku, the best Nobel Laureates cannot agree on the outcome of the Schrödinger’s cat thought experiment. They just don’t get it. Kaku suggests that it remains the single most important quandary in the history of modern man.
There are two main possibilities to explain the quantum paradox.
The Copenhagen interpretation. A system stops being a superposition of states and becomes either one or the other when an observation takes place; i.e. when consciousness intervenes. When the observer looks, the superposition state collapses into a single state.
Hugh Everett's many-worlds interpretation (MWI). Both alive and dead states of the cat occur, but are separate (or decoherent) from each other. When the box is opened, that part of the universe containing the observer and cat is split into two separate universes, one containing an observer looking at a box with a dead cat, one containing an observer looking at a box with a live cat. This infers multiple, perhaps infinite, parallel universes.
CERN and the LHC will shed light on MWI. MWI denies the objective reality of wavefunction collapse. The subjective appearance of wavefunction collapse is actually quantum decoherence. MWI resolves all the paradoxes of quantum theory since every possible outcome to every event defines or exists in its own "history" or "world". In layman's terms, this means that there are an infinite number of universes and that everything that could possibly happen in our universe (but doesn't) happens somewhere else, in another universe. Hence the growing recognition of the term multiverse.
A Super Massive Hot Lump Of Strange Matter
Some are more nervous than others about the experiments conducted at the Large Hadron Collider. The concerned voices focus on the possibility that the LHC could create mini black holes that may last long enough to get out of control and start eating things up. The formation of black hole analogs on Earth (in particle accelerators) has been reported. They act like black holes because of the correspondence between the theory of the strong nuclear force and the quantum theory of gravity. It is presently unknown whether the much more energetic LHC would be capable of producing the speculative large extra dimension micro black hole, as many theorists have suggested. In theory, Hawking Radiation means that any arising black holes will evaporate in Femtoseconds (not long at all), not enough to accrete mass or cause problems. Though this comforting thought has never been proven.
If that wasn’t enough, there’s also the theoretical possibility that quarks could recombine into “strangelets". According to the strange matter hypothesis, when a strangelet comes into contact with a lump of ordinary matter such as Earth, it could convert the ordinary matter to strange matter. This "ice-nine" disaster scenario is as follows: one strangelet hits a nucleus, catalyzing its immediate conversion to strange matter. This liberates energy, producing a larger, more stable strangelet, which in turn hits another nucleus, catalyzing its conversion to strange matter. In the end, all the nuclei of all the atoms of Earth are converted (assimilated by the Borg strangelets) - and Earth is reduced to a super massive hot lump of strange matter. That would be a hell of a day.
Former nuclear safety officer Walter L. Wagner has been raising safety questions for years. In March 2008, Wagner and another critic of the LHC's safety measures, Luis Sancho, filed a lawsuit in Hawaii's U.S. District Court. The suit calls on the U.S. Department of Energy, Fermilab, the National Science Foundation and CERN to ease up on their LHC preparations for several months while the collider's safety is reassessed. However, similar law suits have failed in the past and are unlikely to prevent the LHC from proceeding. CERN project managers and leading physicists are dismissive of any significant risks. They claim particle collisions “cannot create dangerous things.”
I guess we’ll know soon enough.
(1) It was during a visit to CERN in 1985 that Stephen Hawking contracted pneumonia (life-threatening in his weakened condition) which resulted in acute breathing difficulties. It could only be overcome through a tracheotomy by which Stephen Hawking permanently lost his natural speech ability.
(2) CERN is a central plot element in Dan Brown’s book 'Angels And Demons'. A scientist is found dead at CERN. His murderers appear to have acquired a canister containing a quarter gram of antimatter — an extremely deadly substance with destructive potential comparable to the most powerful nuclear weapons in existence, a potential unleashed upon contact with any form of normal matter. And so a race against time ensues.
(3) The CERN logo is said by some alternative researchers to contain the Antichrist 666 emblem.
(4) The World Wide Web began as a CERN project called ENQUIRE, initiated by Tim Berners-Lee and Robert Cailliau in 1989. Based on the concept of hypertext, the project was aimed at facilitating sharing information among researchers. The first website went on-line in 1991. On 30 April 1993, CERN announced that the World Wide Web would be free to anyone. A copy of the original first webpage, created by Berners-Lee, is kept here.
Article from: http://thecleaver.blogspot.com/2008/04/when-worlds-collide-cern-stargate.html