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  1. The Next-Gen D-WAVE Computers REVEALED! (The Anthony Patch Show, Ep#23) Have a listen, if you like, I find Kev and Anthony very interesting. I know others on CHANI do listen to them also, as I've seen their shows posted on other threads. Tx for this one Landdownunder This one really got my attention.... Night Of The PALANTIR Crystal Ball w/Anthony Patch (KBS Ep#722) Palantir Technologies
  2. Large Hadron Collider: The big reboot Michael Chalmers October 8, 2014 Illustration by Andy Potts "As the Large Hadron Collider prepares to come back to life after a two-year hiatus, physicists are gearing up to go beyond the standard model of particle physics." Mike Lamont grabs the last croissant from a table and eats it as he walks through the control centre at CERN, the European laboratory for particle physics just outside Geneva, Switzerland. It is mid-morning, and the vast blue room is full of physicists staring into computer screens. Lamont, the operations manager of CERN's beams department, explains that they are running tests to ensure that an unexpected computer outage would not affect the network of electronics, vacuum pipes and superconducting magnets that comprise CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the most powerful particle accelerator in the world. This is one of numerous checks that are helping Lamont and his colleagues to sleep better at night. They are nearing completion of a major refurbishment that has been under way since March 2013. They have already started cooling down the accelerator's 27-kilometre ring of superconducting magnets in preparation for a restart next year. But when the LHC comes back to life, circulating its twin beams of protons in opposite directions around the ring, Lamont and his colleagues will be pushing to get as close as possible to its design energy of 7 trillion electron volts (TeV) per beam — nearly twice what the LHC has managed so far. Each beam will pack as much energy as a speeding freight train. Lamont knows all too well what can happen if things go wrong. He was here in September 2008, when the team last attempted to ramp up the US$5-billion collider to such energies — and ended up triggering an electrical fault that knocked it out of commission for more than a year and cost tens of millions of dollars to repair. “We've learned a lot about the machine since then,” says Lamont. The researchers managed to patch it up and get it working again by the end of 2009, although they ran it at only half its design energy to avoid another shutdown. Still, that was enough for collisions between the beams to produce conclusive evidence for the long-sought Higgs boson — the last unconfirmed prediction of the 40-year-old standard model of particle physics, which describes the behaviour of every particle and force known except gravity. But for all the acclaim that greeted the announcement of the Higgs particle in July 2012 — and the 2013 Nobel Prize awarded to the theorists who first conjectured its existence — there is much more that the LHC physicists hope to learn from the machine's upcoming run. Is the newly discovered Higgs the only particle of its kind, as the standard model predicts, or is it just the lightest member of a whole family? If there are more Higgs particles, some of them might appear at higher collision energies. Or perhaps the high energies will produce other new, exotic particles that have no place in the standard model." snip
  3. Almost Real Time Data from CERN I felt this page really deserves to be looked at by as many people as possible who are interested in CERN. So I set up a thread on its own, in order to keep the page not to get lost among other posts. Many of us can benefit from it, methinks. Thank you heaps for your fantastic effort,!! <<WARNING>> (´Д`) Here comes the CHANI twist... BTW...a bit of WTH warning for everyone interested in clicking the link below..... I have nooooooooooooo idea why this is happening, but as soon as I open this page, I feel some sorta stronger radiation-like offensive energy appearing through "the connection". I can only say this is weird....but it's happening every time I open the page. I cannot figure out how that happens... Can it be due to the change of data sets causing something?? OR by just connecting your computer to the site, CERN maybe doing something to your device....?? OR....even more sinister....casting some sorta weird Black Magic formula to the viewer of the page. (If in any doubt, please go visit the Satanic Ring thread here. There are strange section in Military do exist...) This is quite horrible mixture of very wide range of frequencies/radiation, and kind of forcefully amplified AT me. YES it is STRANGE, that's why I put in even Black Magic formula business in the consideration. I won't be able to gaze at the page for a long time, and strangely, once I close the tab, the sensation of being under radiation subsides.... Being a CT myself, I cannot totally dismiss about such stuff like EMP weapons do exist, so whether this is just my weird sensitivity picking up some sort of abnormality via the page due to such as the movements of data (or whatever...IDK wth it is), and there shouldn't be any concern for other peeps, OR maybe there's something else behind that is far more sinister been applied FROM CERN. This is such a subjective note, but I thought I'd better to let you peeps know before you jump to the page.....JUST IN CASE.....JFYI. Meltronx ©2009-2016 A Real Frisco Kid Production Site is not Affiliated with CERN
  4. In creating this new thread, I wish to advance our understanding of energies, and how they interact with us, on Gaia, and on time and timelines. I am indebted to TNH for prompting this thought (and thread) via a message he recently sent to me (on 14th March) “..did you feel anything unusual over the last 72 hours? Like an energy wave or something? Or perhaps a timeline shift that was somehow unusual? For some reason from last night to this morning, I get the sense things are moving in a previously unexpected direction. It seems a positive shift. Not sure if this is a general thing for just me.” This got me thinking, and I believe I have been given some new answers, and that now is the time for us to explore this massive Rabbit Warren. In fact not only do we have a big warren with many holes and interconnecting paths, there is also a large tree growing over the warren which we have to climb and explore as well. So I challenge you, fellow Chanites to help map this subject. So to map the entrances to a few of the holes: We get ‘fed’ many different energies by ‘nature’ (the Cosmos), of different levels, frequencies and complexities. They come from many sources and directions, and I feel come in at different speeds. Most are positive, and most are of a form that is lifting us to higher dimensions. Time is relative, and it has been proved that time can vary over the surface of the Earth by up to quite a few milliseconds. And if we go above or down into the Earth, then time takes on totally different values. Are these time variations what we feel as timeline shifts, or is there a lot more? We have the “Unified Field” theory curtesy Einstein and Von Neumann showing as ‘Project Rainbow (Philadelphia Experiment)’ and now CERN with all its possibilities, but which I have been ‘told’ is easily ‘disturbed’ by rotating magnetic fields aka free energy machines. There is much more but this is a start, to see how we can bind these threads together as now is the time.... image,
  5. Scientists at Large Hadron Collider hope to make contact with PARALLEL UNIVERSE in days Paul Baldwin March 20, 2015 Collision course: Large Hadron Collider could discover parallel universe "SCIENTISTS conducting a mindbending experiment at the Large Hadron Collider next week hope to connect with a PARALLEL UNIVERSE outside of our own.The staggeringly complex LHC ‘atom smasher’ at the CERN centre in Geneva, Switzerland, will be fired up to its highest energy levels ever in a bid to detect - or even create - miniature black holes. If successful a completely new universe will be revealed – rewriting not only the physics books but the philosophy books too. It is even possible that gravity from our own universe may ‘leak’ into this parallel universe, scientists at the LHC say. The experiment is sure to inflame alarmist critics of the LHC, many of whom initially warned the high energy particle collider would spell the end of our universe with the creation a black hole of its own. But so far Geneva remains intact and comfortably outside the event horizon. Indeed the LHC has been spectacularly successful. First scientists proved the existence of the elusive Higgs boson ‘God particle’ - a key building block of the universe - and it is seemingly well on the way to nailing ‘dark matter’ - a previously undetectable theoretical possibility that is now thought to make up the majority of matter in the universe. But next week’s experiment is considered to be a game changer." snip Tx Reddwolf Well folks, you know what I wonder. Could get interesting on more than one level!
  6. Bellow is a download link to a mp3 file (23 meg) of a recorded chat with Bulla The Rainbow Man. (Many thanks to Onyx for the file and editing) Below is a quote from Breezy made on the CERN and parallel universe thread
  7. A Science Preview of The Year 2016 December 30, 2015 By Paul Rincon and Jonathan Amos "After a year that saw the first close-up investigation of Pluto and the unveiling of a new human species, what scientific discoveries are likely to make headlines in 2016?" Particle Fever "Will the Large Hadron Collider discover a new particle in 2016? Well, the world of particle physics is currently buzzing with excitement. In December, physicists gathered at Cern in Geneva to announce their first significant results since the LHC was re-started earlier in 2015. In eagerly awaited talks, team members from the two experiments that discovered the Higgs boson reported hints of a new elementary particle. The LHC smashes beams of proton particles together, allowing physicists to look for hints of exotic particles in the debris. In this case, researchers see an excess of photon pairs being produced at a mass scale that would make the potential new cosmic building block four times more massive than the heaviest known particle - the top quark. The signal is seen with a statistical significance of 3.6 sigma in the Atlas experiment and 2.6 sigma in the CMS experiment, meaning it is not definitive (at least five sigma is required to claim a discovery). Thus, physicists are urging caution, since "bumps" in the data with similar levels of significance have subsequently deflated in the past. But that hasn't stopped theorists from having a field day, flooding pre-print servers with papers speculating on the possible meaning of the result. If it isn't a mirage, the new particle might be a tantalising link to the as-yet-unconfirmed theory known as supersymmetry, in which established elementary particles are paired with so-called superpartners. This would add many more characters to the zoo of particles represented in the current framework, known as the Standard Model. Alternatively, it could be a very different animal to any that physicists have been expecting. With the LHC now operating at double the energy it did during its first run, we should find out within the year. By Jove... and Marssnip Shaping the Planetsnip Loop the Loop Two big engineering projects are likely to be making headlines next year. Back in 2013, SpaceX founder Elon Musk officially unveiled the idea for a high-speed public transport system called the Hyperloop. Here's the concept: pressurised passenger capsules ride through low-pressure tubes on a cushion of air, accelerated to high speeds by a series of magnets. If it all sounds a bit "Jetsons" to you, you're not alone. But in Summer 2016, Musk is running an open competition to test out different pod designs (PDF) from independent engineers and students. The contest will take place over one weekend at a 2km-long test track near SpaceX's headquarters in Hawthorne, California. If the Hyperloop is indeed a viable idea, this might give a small glimpse of how it could work. And 2016 looks like it could be the year for Bloodhound. The 15th of October is the date that has been set. That would be exactly 19 years to the day since the current land speed record was set by Thrust SSC in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada. The new attempt by Bloodhound SSC will aim to nudge the existing mark of 763mph to over 800mph. Most of the car is built and ready to roll on its specially prepared track at Hakskeen Pan, a dried-out lake bed in Northern Cape, South Africa. The major element still outstanding is the rocket system that will be used in tandem with a Eurofighter jet engine. The rocket is coming from Norwegian experts, Nammo. Their motors are proven. What still needs work is the pump set-up that will feed the hybrid rocket with its oxidiser liquid. This is the Bloodhound team's own design and it is due to undergo final testing and qualification in the New Year. Assuming this work goes to plan, Bloodhound should be able to start low-speed trials at Hakskeen in the weeks preceding 15 October. A successful record bid would then be followed by a redesign of the back of the car and a boost in the rocket's thrust to take Bloodhound beyond 1,000mph (1,610km/h) in 2017." Catching the Wavesnip
  8. I'm a Physicist at CERN. We've done something we shouldn't have by CERNscared1 photo credit: Please be advised of the following: 1) I am breaking international laws regarding privacy and secrecy by publishing this information. 2) I am not going to disclose my location since I know that any attempt to prove what I've seen or what I've been part of will result in my immediate and thorough extermination. My name is Dr. Edward Mantill and I was (technically still am) a physicist at CERN, located in Geneva, Switzerland. I specialize in particle and subatomic research, focusing on quark interactions. In other words, I study very very small particles and how they interact with one another at very high speeds. Until Thursday, Jan. 15, 2014 I was a normal scientist living and working on the CERN campus. Most of the scientists who are involved in the branch of research that I am live on campus at the facility in Geneva and venture out only for social activities and the occasional visit home. Most of you who have heard of CERN will have heard of the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) the largest scientific instrument which exceeds 20 miles in diameter and travels under the sovereign territory of two countries (Switzerland, France). The public has been told that it was constructed at a cost of tens of billions of Euros for the purpose of studying the birth of the universe and the collisions that take place within the collider allow us a quick glimpse at certain phenomenon that can only be witnessed when particles hit one another at incredibly high rates. This is NOT what the machine was designed for, nor is it what the machine has been used for since it's inception. CERN's main purpose for building the Collider was too, well it was to open a door way. Allow me to explain: the doorway idea came into fruition in the 1960s. After years and years of attempting to hide UFO phenomenon, including large scale and very public interactions such as the Roswell incident, and the Battle for Los Angeles incident well before that, the governments of the United States, Great Britain, and France decided to throw their weight behind the understanding of what precisely these objects were. The ideas flew far and wide. Were UFOs from another planet? Were they from another time? Or where they simply mass hysteria and mass delusion fueled by the overactive imagination of a public who were shit scared of communists and their technology? No, they were none of those. Our universe is but one page in a large book. Think of a closed book sitting on a table: you see each page stacked on top of one another, bound by the spine and sandwiched between the two covers. Our universe is but one page in a vast and all-encompassing book. And our page is certainly not the only one with rich, in depth thought and writing committed to it. Every page in the book represents a different dimension each with it's own unique writing, own unique story, own unique way of isolating itself from the other pages. No page was to interact with the other, just as no ink bleeds from one page to another in a standard book. Each page, a universe unto itself. Within a few short years of mathematical research and fleets of scientists working under threat of extermination should they share their research, the book idea was finally cemented. Though many disagreed, the mathematics were there to support the book idea, and the mathematics also showed us that it was impossible for one page to interact with another. That was, until the 1980s. During the 1980s billions of dollars of research was funnelled into the idea that if we used enough energy, if we used enough force, concentrated into a small area (the size of a pin prick) we could theoretically tare our page and get a glimpse of the page next to ours. We could open a door from their universe to ours. When the Family (the code name for the group of scientists that functioned as the head of each of their departments at CERN) were shown the initial presentation in March of 1981, many of them expressed grave concern about the ramifications of opening such a doorway. But in the beautiful name of science, the Family decided to share these ideas with the governments who constantly funded their research. At a meeting held in Luxembourg, the heads of state of the newly forming European Union, along with the United States and China were shown plans for the construction of a colossal machine that would enable the opening of a doorway that could be closed at our discretion. The door would be opened, and the energy levels would be measure to prove that CERN had accomplished its task, and the door would be closed. Open. Shut. Simple as that. snip Posting this for EagleWings Please be advised of the following: 1) I am breaking international laws regarding privacy and secrecy by publishing this information. 2) I am not going to disclose my location since I know that any attempt to prove what I've seen or what I've been part of will result in myas that.
  9. Proposed upgrade could create black holes and 'strange matter', warn experts Sarah Griffiths February 18, 2014 Scientists and legal experts have raised concerns that an ambitious experiment using a super-charged ion collider could accidentally destroy planet Earth. One of the world’s most powerful particle accelerators, which is capable of generating particles hotter than four trillion degrees Celsius, has come under the spotlight after experts have warned that micro black holes and strange matter could be generated. The Brookhaven National Laboratory’s Realistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) accelerates nuclei to the speed of light, before smashing them together in a bid to create quark-gluon plasma, which is an incredibly hot substance thought to have occurred just after the Big Bang. While the experiment could help to answer questions about how life started on Earth, critics, including the Astronomer Royal, have warned that subatomic particles called ‘strangelets’ could be created accidentally. These particles have the potential to start a chain reaction and change everything into ‘strange matter,’ which Martin Rees said could transform Earth into ‘an inert hyperdense sphere about one hundred metres across’. The RHIC – the world’s second most powerful particle accelerator after Cern’s Large hadron Collider (LHC) - is about to get a massive upgrade to boost its power and push experiments into uncharted waters." The Brookhaven National Laboratory¿s Realistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) pictured, accelerates nuclei to the speed of light, before smashing them together in a bid to create quark-gluon plasma, which is an incredibly hot substances thought to have occurred just after the Big Bang With the upgrade, the RHIC will be able to generate collisions 20 times stronger than when it was originally built, prompting legal experts to question whether the facility also needs to perform a more thorough risk assessment. Eric Johnson, Associate Professor of Law at the University of North Dakota and Michael Baram, Professor Emeritus at Boston University Law School wrote in a piece for the International Business Times that the facility should be re-evaluated for its potential to create a huge scale disaster that could wipe out life on Earth. snip now what did our entity say about these colliders? 3/16/08 you play dark matters u make portal colide our time now 03/21/2008 u play cern you make dark matters portal portal make easy me come yor line time 3/23/08 me and elders also learing stil this colide of line time and efect is big surprise 4 elders and me people elders did 4tel about this but very surprise come so soon elders worry why coliding so soon elders think is becaue u play dark matter things make portal to soon 3/24/08 we want prepare our people also when line time colide completed we also surprised when elders cee u coming elders 4told of it but not expect so soon u play dark matters u open portal sooner now line time colide al at once and not merge smoothly 04/12/2008 helo yes u leaders play dark maters line times colide u ask yor leaders stop play cern now stop play dark maters ok04/12/2008 helo yes yor leaders make war 2 distract real problem colide time and other planr come soon 05/13/2008 helo safe plase is only where vortex is vortex safe from harmonic war best thing ask yor leaders stop play dark maters yor leaders bring 0000 very soon if keep on playing beter u ask leaders stop playing dark maters now ok if leaders lisen then 0000 comes slow with les suferings ok 05/18/2008 helo 434949 yes colide happen only in very short time colide efects now completed the 144000 can cee us and we can now cee them yes those u and other creaters who mised stay behind now til 0000 yor suferings and bad earth harmnics wil begin increse biger and mor regular now with big sickeneses begining faster me wil ask elders if there come another merge or colide be4 0000 me think so becuase they alow me to play some more and lern 6/02/08 yes when boom hapen 9 januaries al begin reflect yor earth moving since now and future no yor leaders use mashine make things hapen not good ok sun wil become dark but not yet waiting for plasma wave to change cloud 9/13/08 cern 10 september efect health of living things and water male become more tired female get more energy but make mind confuse animal and plant same cern 27 october efect earth and things not living ok but living tings not escape earth changes It seems to me that I keep reading how they are making CERN itself much more powerful. Doubling it's power at least, and in any case dangerous imo, and it seems it is not just the CERN collider who's power they are upping.