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Spacial fractures and universal barriers

Energy barriers are in place for obvious reasons. Fractures can be seen by those who have the ability. The thing is knowing that your eyesight is not fading or doing other things in a weird way.

Fractures are spacial energy, prismed into shapes that appear in visual range starting small and expand over a limited period of time. Imagine a small c made up of small 3 sided triangular prisms that shimmer. In the loop of the c you see other faint images not of the same dimension. Over time the c grows and shifts to the left or right and expands slowly eventually expanding so big it dissappears from your view and so the experience concludes. The direction is controlled or dictated by the rotational direction of the proton flow at the time in the space within the universe as they change from space to space. 3d one way 4d another etc as well as in each dimansion subtle other levels exist in time that also alternate in flow anti clockwise in one time and clockwise in another.

Difficult to explain but when you are able to see these things and they are only appearing at random in initial stages but then when something like the LHC is activated or tested you get more of them first on the right as the spin of the LHC is in one direction then they change sides and appear on the opposite side you start to wonder what the heck will happen next. Each time the LHC of other unit spins opposite flow it triggers rifts in time and space in some instance just the timeline is affected and the result will depend on which rotation is used.

Universal energy barriers are in place to keep these spacial levels in balance in a natural way so if things like the LHC are built and used and those same energy barriers are not happening in the same part in space because they are not understood then these space fractures rip the level open and you get spacial rifts floating about. Some can get so big you can step through them into other time and space levels as we have accidently done in the past.

And believe me you don’t want to do that deliberately.

You might think you see protons smashing into each other all the time in space but what about those things that allow it to happen in that part of space that you cannot see. If rifts and the c prism effect is happening more now then something else is going on and the protons have not been smashed yet. Luckily however we have learned to handle and close these c rifts using the power of our own mind and it took a huge amount of concentration to make it happen and its no easy feat. The tough part is doing it when they are bigger! All matter within the universe is thought active so can be controlled by the human power of thought but the conditioning and thought control training has to be extremely intense and focused. My personal training has been going on for years and I have had to wait sometimes months for it to occur in order to practice the control and that has only been recently since 2000. I have to say however that recent fractures have been very strong, stronger than normal. So took way more concentration and power.

In case you are wondering why I have had this for a number of years it started when the New York heavy one was activated.

I am a sensitive which is about 100 times up from a psychic and makes it possible for me to use energies that virtually anyone else is unable of accessing. I know what is required to keep control as have lived with this all my life some 50 odd years now. Control has become easy and it has allowed me the chance to help many thousands of people through the ability to focus the energy into a healing mind expression but this fracturing has occupied my time over the last 8 years and has been interesting. Where it will lead only time will tell. I have seen London 50 years ahead, other areas of the world ahead of time as time and space is linked. The fractures can give a glimpse of another place and time and you never know what it will be next as it is not controlled as to event or direction I just have to control the result of what causes it.

So LHC is a big question and one that could cause more problems if the scientists are not taking other areas into consideration. Embark on experiments yes but after you absolutely know what is involved. They do not know all about the elements that exist within the universe. I play with vortex energies that link 3d to 4d they would not know about those forces and how to balance them and yet they say they know. hmm! Time will tell whether it is arrogance or not!

This is the first time I have spoken about all of this and some of our abilities. Lets hope our own space is respected. As we thought it was time to let some of what we do out there. In the past I found myself being tested by certain people out there then left alone when they could not figure out what I was doing or how. I have since develop an understanding that it is sometimes best to keep well enough alone. Alone being the operative word except for wife and family at least this so called gift helped my own son be healed. And thats what I do really heal rifts in universe, mind body and anything else. I do what I do to help keep things in balance and no compensation is ever gained from much of what I do. It is simply done because I feel it needs to be and so calm is maintained as well as can be.

Let’s hope the LHC causes nothing worse. It is way more powerful than the earlier one in USA and much bigger. And that has had consequences that they are currently still even unaware of!

Z

40 Responses to “Spacial fractures and universal barriers”

  1. moryah4 Says:

    http://edition.cnn.com/2008/TECH/science/09/18/hadron.collider.transformer.breaks.ap/index.html

    Collider’s transformer breaks, halts experiment

    A 30-ton transformer that cools the world’s largest particle collider malfunctioned, forcing physicists to stop using the atom smasher just a day after launching it to great fanfare, the European Organization for Nuclear Research said Thursday.

    (Why was this not reported for one week ?)

  2. moryah4 Says:

    Large Hadron Collider downed by faulty transformer
    By Steven Musil, CNET News.com

    September 19, 2008

    Not long after the Large Hadron Collider was launched last week, the world’s largest particle collider experienced a malfunction that affects its cooling operations.
    The European Organization for Nuclear Research, or CERN, the organization that built the LHC, announced Thursday that a transformer that helps cool part of the collider had malfunctioned, forcing operations to be suspended.
    As explained by CERN:
    “The transformer, weighing 30 tonnes and with a rating of 12 MVA, was exchanged over the weekend. During this process, the cryogenics system was put into a standby mode with the two sectors kept at around 4.5 K. Since the beginning of the week the cryogenics team have been busy re-cooling the magnets and preparing for operation with beam, which is currently forecast for today.”
    No word on why it took CERN so long to let us know about the malfunction, though.
    The LHC, a massive particle accelerator 17 miles in circumference built along the French-Swiss border, is designed to help scientists explore particle physics theories.
    However, it has also spawned fears that the experiments could prompt natural disasters or black holes that would swallow Earth, which have led to threatening phone calls and e-mail messages, CERN said.

  3. moryah4 Says:

    Large Hadron Collider

    This has some amazing visuals of the LHC set-up.Quite daunting really:

    http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2008/08/the_large_hadron_collider.html

  4. moryah4 Says:

    THE BIRTH OF TIME TRAVEL ON THE HORIZON

    Time travel could be possible in months
    Wormholes expected in Switzerland when Large Hadron Collider goes live

    Mathematicians Irina Aref’eva and Igor Volovich said that when the LHC begins to smash atoms into each other the conditions will be perfect to open a wormhole into the distant future.”Proton-proton collisions at the LHC could lead to the formation of time machines (space-time regions with closed time-like curves) which violate causality,” said the scientists in a research paper “One model for the time machine is a traversable wormhole. We argue that the traversable wormhole production cross section at the LHC is of the same order as the cross section for black hole production.”
    The other possibility, according to the mathematicians, is that miniature black holes will be formed under the French and Swiss countryside.

    Read more: http://www.johntitor.com/

  5. moryah4 Says:

    CERN had not reported any problems with the project since its launch Sept. 10, but issued its statement shortly after The Associated Press called asking about rumors of troubles.

    Physicists said it wasn’t surprising problems would occur in getting a huge and immensely complicated collection of equipment like the Large Hadron Collider up and running smoothly.

    “This is arguably the largest machine built by humankind, is incredibly complex, and involves components of varying ages and origins, so I’m not at all surprised to hear of some glitches,” Steve Giddings, physics professor at University of California, Santa Barbara. “It’s a real challenge requiring incredible talent, brain power and coordination to get it running.”

    Judith Jackson, spokesman for the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Batavia, Ill., echoed that view.

    “We know how complex and extraordinary it is to start up one of these machines. No one’s built one of these before and in the process of starting it up there will inevitably be glitches,” she said.

    http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/wireStory?id=5834338

  6. moryah4 Says:

    Adapted from) HUNT BEGINS FOR SECRETS OF THE UNIVERSE

    By Roger Highfield

    The Weekly Telegraph (Sept 17 th,2008)

    Confirmation that the Large Hadron Collider(LHC)(costing 4.4 billion pounds) was working came when the first sub-atomic particles completed their maiden lap around the 17-mile ring buried 300 ft under the Swiss French border near Geneva. The moment of truth will come in about a month when the collider sends two streams of particles around then tunnel in opposite directions at 670 million miles per hour (close 1080 km per hour !),before making them collide head-on.(who dreamed up this experiment ?)
    The collisions will briefly stoke temperatures 100,000 times hotter than the Sun, replicating conditions that (are believed to) have prevailed just after the (supposed) Big Bang that (supposedly) created the universe nearly 14 billion years ago. Many of CERN’s(Physicists from the European Organisation for Nuclear Research),have received threatening emails and been besieged by telephone calls from people worried about black holes or earthquakes or tsunamis being triggered.
    Top of the list scientists hope to find is the Higgs boson, the so-called God particle that was named after Newcastle-born Peter Higgs, who devised the theory of its existence in 1964.(some scientists believe it would explain how particles acquire mass and why some particles are more massive than others. Speaking in Edinburgh, where he came up with the theory, Prof Higgs,79,said the discovery was “pretty likely”.
    The LHC has four detectors designed to hold data from the explosions and look for new particles. Two of the detectors will look for the Higgs boson particle and there is intense, if friendly rivalry between the groups running them.
    One detector ,Atlas, which is about 150 ft long, more than 80m ft high and weighs 7,000 tons, has a team of 1,700 scientists .A further 2,000 scientists on the 2,500 ton CMS detector, which is built around a giant magnet. The teams are racing to amass evidence of the “Higgs”, an effort that is expected to begin in earnest when the machine reaches full power early next year. as if to symbolise the rivalry these detectors lie at opposite ends of the giant atom smasher.
    When the Greek hackers attacked the LHC and posted a page warning about the flaws in its computer network. They claimed they did not intend to disrupt the project’s work, just to expose risks to the systems infrastructure.
    “We’re pulling your pants down because we don’t want to see you running around naked looking to hide yourselves when the panic comes,” they wrote. Only one file was damaged.

  7. moryah4 Says:

    SUPERCONDUCTING SUPER COLLIDER

    The Superconducting Super Collider (SSC) is the name of a particle accelerator that was planned to be built mostly in Waxahachie, Texas. Its planned ring circumference is 87.1 km (54 miles) and an energy of 20 TeV per beam, potentially enough energy to create a Higgs boson, a particle predicted by the Standard Model, but not yet detected. The project’s director was Roy F. Schwitters, a physicist at the University of Texas at Austin and Harvard University. The project was cancelled in 1993.

    DEVELOPMENT

    The system was first envisioned in the December 1983 National Reference Designs Study, which examined the technical and economic feasibility of a machine with the design capacity of 20 TeV per beam. After an extensive Department of Energy review during the mid-1980s, a site selection process began in 1987. The project was awarded to Texas in November 1988 and major construction began in 1991. Seventeen shafts were sunk and 23.5 km (14.6 miles) of tunnel were bored by late 1993 and then destroyed.
    Cancellation
    During the design and the first construction stage, a heated debate ensued about the high cost of the project. In 1987, Congress was told the project could be completed for $4.4 billion, but by 1993 the cost projection exceeded $12 billion. An especially recurrent argument was the contrast with NASA’s contribution to the International Space Station (ISS), which was of similar amount.[citation needed] Critics of the project argued that the US could not afford both of them.
    The project was canceled by Congress in 1993. Many factors contributed to the shutdown of the project, although different parties disagree on which contributed the most. They include rising cost estimates, poor management by physicists and Department of Energy officials, the end of the need to prove the supremacy of American science with the collapse of the Soviet Union, belief that many smaller scientific experiments of equal merit could be funded for the same cost, Congress’s desire to generally reduce spending, and the reluctance of Texas Governor Ann Richards and President Bill Clinton, to support a project begun during the administrations of Richards’s predecessor, Bill Clements, and Clinton’s predecessors, Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush. However, in 1993, Clinton attempted to prevent the cancellation by requesting that Congress continue “to support this important and challenging effort” through completion because “abandoning the SSC at this point would signal that the United States is compromising its position of leadership in basic science…”
    The closing of the SSC held drastic ramifications for the southern part of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, and resulted in a mild recession made most evident in those parts of Dallas which lay south of the Trinity River. At the time the project was cancelled, 22.5 km (14 miles) of tunnel and 17 shafts to the surface were already dug and nearly two billion dollars had already been spent on the massive facility.
    A scientific hypothesis (1), published by Holger B. Neilsen of the Neils Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen and Masao Ninomiya of the Yukawa Institute For Theoretical Physics at Kyoto University, suggests that the creation of Higgs-Bosons within the SSC at a future time canceled out the past history of the collider itself and therefore caused the cancellation of the SSC’s construction. According to Nielsen and Ninomiya, the creation of Higgs-Bosons in the future sent a wave of interference backwards through time which interrupted the funding, construction and operation of the collider. In simple terms, it’s a form of backwards causality where the effect creates the cause. The creation of this interference wave from the future is apparently due to the intensity of the particle beams used within the collider. The hypothesis also states that this same type of effect may also interfere with the operation of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN and could be an explanation for a current series of inexplicable electrical and mechanical failures as well as other anomalous events.

    Comparison to the Large Hadron Collider
    The SSC was designed to reach a higher energy than its recently completed European counterpart, the Large Hadron Collider (CERN, Geneva) with a planned collisions of 40 TeV versus 14 TeV.
    The LHC is less expensive not only because of its smaller size, but also because of the already existing engineering infrastructure, built to host the previous accelerator Large Electron-Positron Collider (LEP), which was hosted in a 27 km long underground cavern.

    A scientific hypothesis (1) published by Holger B. Neilsen of the Neils Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen and Masao Ninomiya of the Yukawa Institute For Theoretical Physics at Kyoto University, suggests that the creation of Higgs-Bosons within the SSC at a future time canceled out the past history of the collider itself and therefore caused the cancellation of the SSC’s construction. According to Nielsen and Ninomiya, the creation of Higgs-Bosons in the future sent a wave of interference backwards through time which interrupted the funding, construction and operation of the collider. In simple terms, it’s a form of backwards causality where the effect creates the cause. The creation of this interference wave from the future is apparently due to the intensity of the particle beams used within the collider. The hypothesis also states that this same type of effect may also interfere with the operation of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN and could be an explanation for a current series of inexplicable electrical and mechanical failures as well as other anomalous events.

    (1) http://arxiv.org/abs/0802.2991 Test Of Influence From Future In Large Hadron Collider

    (Courtesy of Wickipedia)

  8. moryah4 Says:

    More on this :

    http://www.damninteresting.com/?p=502

  9. moryah4 Says:

    DAMAGE TO ATOM SMASHER FORCES TWO-MONTH HALT

    The world’s largest atom smasher — which was launched with great fanfare earlier this month — has been damaged twice and will be out of commission for at least two months, its operators said.

    Cern, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, said on Saturday that a large amount of helium had leaked into the 27km circular tunnel deep under the Swiss-French border that houses the Large Hadron Collider.

    The massive collider began operating September 10 to the delight of physicists around the world, flinging protons around the circle at nearly the speed of light. But it had to be shut down only 36 hours later due to a failure of an electrical transformer.

    That was repaired, but a Cern statement said a second failure took place at midday on Friday in the last section of the tunnel to undergo testing at high current, causing the large helium leak.

    Cern spokesperson James Gillies said the latest incident was several kilometres from the earlier damage. It is considered much more time-consuming to repair than the first malfunction.

    “Preliminary investigations indicate that the most likely cause of the problem was a faulty electrical connection between two magnets, which probably melted at high current leading to mechanical failure,” said the statement on Saturday.

    It said the sector will have to be warmed up for repairs to take place, which will require a minimum of two months down time for the collider.

    Such faults are common in colliders designed for use at room temperature, and the repair time would be a matter of days, Gillies said. What will slow it down for the LHC is the time it will take to warm up the section and then cool it down again.

    The Large Hadron Collider operates at near absolute zero, colder than outer space, for maximum efficiency.
    Gillies said it would take “several weeks minimum” to warm up the sector.

    “Then we can fix it,” Gillies said. “Then we cool it down again.”

    http://www.mg.co.za/article/2008-09-21-damage-to-atom-smasher-forces-twomonth-halt

  10. moryah4 Says:

    Open letter to the scientists at CERN.

    Dear workers, scientists and theoretical physicists, working on the Hadron Collider,

    I have learned that there is a strong possibility that there is a fourth state of matter called Monatomic Atoms or High Spin Atoms.

    The theory being that these atoms spin just fast enough to prevent them from forming molecules.

    When A. Einstein was working on his theories the technology to find them was not available.

    Is this what was missing; are you trying to make a three sided square ?

    Can you put your hands on your hearts and give me and my fellow citizens of the world a categorical assurance that you have proved or disproved their existence and included this in your calculations?

    A simple Yes or No will suffice.

    Yours, in hope,

    Peter J.G.Hendry.
    Domaine des Fontenilles
    87360
    Azat le Ris
    France

  11. moryah4 Says:

    The most dangerous phase of CERN LHC operations is going to be the ALICE heavy Lead (Pb) ion collision experiments, scheduled - once financed in 2009. These shall create hyper-density plasmatic luminosities which could affect gravitational curvature vortices, that could continue into a compression singularity vortex, and produce an expanding quantum wormhole. This is also known as the expanded version of the Einstein-Rosen Bridge Wormhole. The LHC is designed and built upon the current interpretations of the ‘Standard Model’, and it’s operation is to test the validity of said model. If there are any major misinterpretations within the theoretical mathematic framework, then your guess is as good as any scientific guess available, in regard to the experimental outcome possiblities! Everyone is invited to join the ongoing public debate forum:

    http://thefifthknight.blogspot.com/

    From : cosmiclog.msnbc.msn.com/archive/2008/09/05/1356379.aspx

  12. moryah4 Says:

    “The report concludes that if the collider could create catastrophes, the much more powerful particle collisions that continually occur in space would have wiped us out long ago. ‘It points out that nature has already conducted the equivalent of about a hundred thousand LHC experimental programs on Earth - and the planet still exists,’ said Jos Engelen, CERN’s chief scientific officer.”

    What bogus nonsense! This sort of obfuscation is precisely what makes me most worried about the LHC.

    Cosmic rays don’t impact head-on and they move at different velocities that result in any micro black hole spiraling outwards at thousands of miles per second from the point of origin. That means gravity can’t grab them and they will pass harmlessly through the Earth and other celestial bodies as they zoom through space.

    But the LHC will deliberately strike particles head-on AND at equal velocities. The consequence has to be that their collision will cancel out each others momentum. Consequently, any resulting micro black hole will be at rest relative to the Earth (unlike micro black holes formed by cosmic ray collisions) and will be captured by Earth’s gravity, descending literally to the center of the Earth, where accretion may be possible. As for “Hawking Radiation” that is sheer speculation. If Hawking’s speculation is wrong and a micro black hole forms and accretes we might all die. It is the right and duty of all people - not just scientists - to weigh in on the safety of this machine before it’s switched on.

    If the best argument that these scientists can come up with in defense of the LHC’s safety is their oft-repeated nonsense attempting to compare it with collisions of particles in outer space, then I am deeply concerned about starting it up in the first place.

    The start of the LHC has been delayed several times over the years; another delay for the general public to thoroughly examine the safety issues won’t cause any more difficulty than those delays did.

    Patrick, Topeka KS (Sent Saturday, September 06, 2008

    http://cosmiclog.msnbc.msn.com/archive/2008/09/05/1356379.aspx

  13. moryah4 Says:

    A healthy dialog about risks and rewards of the LHC should be encouraged and embraced — but instead, CERN is more concerned with demonizing those who want us to move a bit slower examining the ramifications of these experiments. I think the people of this planet deserve more than a flippant response such as “we’re still here aren’t we?” when you’re dealing with a much, much, much more powerful machine that can create temperatures “100,000 times hotter than the core of the sun” on Earth.

    I’ve seen the info and seminars led by CERN to supposedly ease our concerns about this contraption, and it only leaves me much more concerned. The bitter animosity exhibited by the top scientists, such as Jonathan Ellis, toward any one who dares raise concerns about the LHC is truly frightening– and shows how dangerous this whole project is. They are clearly blinded by their ambition– and it is us, the people of the Earth, who may pay the consequences.

    The LHC should not be fired up until more experiments by third-party groups are conducted. And CERN should quit attacking those who rightfully question the safety of the LHC.

    CERN: Don’t pee on my leg and tell me it’s raining.

    RJG in SoCal (Sent Saturday, September 06, 2008

    http://cosmiclog.msnbc.msn.com/archive/2008/09/05/1356379.aspx

  14. moryah4 Says:

    Is there a chance once these particles start to collide and a reaction is created,it would draw in other nearby particles of matter from a central magnetic focal point causing a continuous uncontrollable chain reaction of energy which cannot be stopped until the matter is expended or becomes so dense it expands outward like a vacuum or sun.Has this been asked or considered and are there safety measures in place to prevent this if its possible? Other alternative procedures even if the magnetic field is shut down or can disband the expenditure of energy being released.Kind of like counter measures stopping a sun or black hole from its gravitational pull. What do you expect?? Hope this made sence or am i confused???

    Thanks,
    Michael D Morton Senior

    http://cosmiclog.msnbc.msn.com/archive/2008/09/05/1356379.aspx

  15. moryah4 Says:

    Im scared to dead about all of this. being only 11 makes me very scared. Im counting down the “last” (hopefully not) minutes on earth like everyone else is. I hope we survive this like we survived the supposed Y2K

    nina Marotta,mayfield,ohio (Sent Tuesday, September 09, 2008 8:27

    http://cosmiclog.msnbc.msn.com/archive/2008/09/05/1356379.aspx

  16. moryah4 Says:

    Renowned British astrophysicist Stephen Hawking
    “The LHC will increase the energy at which we can study particle interactions by a factor of four. According to present thinking, this should be enough to discover the Higgs particle,” Hawking told BBC radio.
    “I think it will be much more exciting if we don’t find the Higgs. That will show something is wrong, and we need to think again.
    Physicists have long puzzled over how particles acquire mass. In 1964, a British physicist, Peter Higgs, came up with this idea: there must exist a background field that would act rather like treacle.

    Some scientists were however more optimistic.

    Hubert Reeves, the French astrophysician, told the Swiss daily Le Matin that the invention could bring “unexpected results” that would change the world of particle physics forever.

    “This machine will probably bring unexpected results that could turn particle physics on its head,” Reeves said.

    “It’s a really impressive tool. It can go as deep underground as the length of a cathedral,” he said.

    Particles passing through it would acquire mass by being dragged through a mediator, which theoreticians dubbed the Higgs Boson.
    The standard quip about the Higgs is that it is the “God Particle” — it is
    everywhere but remains frustratingly elusive.While questioning the likelihood of finding Higgs Bosons, Hawking said the experiment could discover superpartners, particles that would be “supersymmetric partners” to particles already known about.

    “Their existence would be a key confirmation of string theory, and they could make up the mysterious dark matter that holds galaxies together,” he told the BBC.

    “Whatever the LHC finds, or fails to find, the results will tell us a lot about the structure of the universe,” he added.

    Hawking, the 66-year-old Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge University, was diagnosed with the muscle-wasting motor neuron disease at the age of 22.

    He is in a wheelchair and speaks with the aid of a computer and voice synthesiser.

    http://www.physorg.com/news140161003.html

  17. moryah4 Says:

    (Quote): “Spacial fractures and universal barriers” by Dr Jon Sherwood:

    “Let’s hope the LHC causes nothing worse. It is way more powerful than the earlier one in USA and much bigger. And that has had consequences that they are currently still even unaware of ! ”

    FERMILAB

    Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab), located in Batavia near Chicago, Illinois, is a U.S. Department of Energy national laboratory specializing in high-energy particle physics. As of January 1, 2007, Fermilab is operated by Fermi Research Alliance, LLC, a joint venture of the University of Chicago and the Universities Research Association (URA). URA is a consortium of 91 leading research oriented universities primarily in the United States, with members also in Canada, Japan, and Italy. Fermilab is a part of the Illinois Technology and Research Corridor.

    Fermilab’s Tevatron is a landmark particle accelerator; at 6.28 kilometers (4 miles) in circumference, it is the world’s second largest energy particle accelerator (the CERN LHC is 27 kilometres in circumference). In 1995, both the CDF and D0 (detectors which utilize the Tevatron) experiments announced the discovery of the top quark. In addition to high energy collider physics, Fermilab is also host to a number of smaller fixed target experiments and neutrino experiments, such as MiniBooNE (Mini Booster Neutrino Experiment), SciBooNE (SciBar Booster Neutrino Experiment) and MINOS (Main Injector Neutrino Oscillation Search). The MiniBooNE detector is a 40-foot (12-meter) diameter sphere which contains 800 tons of mineral oil lined with 1520 individual phototube detectors. An estimated 1 million neutrino events are recorded each year. SciBooNE is the newest neutrino experiment at Fermilab; it sits in the same neutrino beam as MiniBooNE but has fine-grained tracking capabilities. The MINOS experiment uses Fermilab’s NuMI (Neutrinos at the Main Injector) beam, which is an intense beam of neutrinos that travels 735km through the Earth to the Soudan Mine in Minnesota.

    Read More:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fermi_National_Accelerator_Laboratory

  18. moryah4 Says:

    (From THE HISTORY OF FERMALAB)

    The Tevatron, four miles in circumference and originally named the Energy Doubler when it began operation in 1983, is the world’s highest-energy particle accelerator. Its 1,000 superconducting magnets are cooled by liquid helium to -268 degrees C (-450 degrees F). Its low-temperature cooling system was the largest ever built when it was placed in operation in 1983. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers has designated the Tevatron cryogenic system an International Historic Mechanical Engineering Landmark.

    Fermilab has added the two-mile Main Injector accelerator to increase the number of proton-antiproton collisions in the Tevatron, greatly enhancing the chances for important discoveries in Run II. The two apartment building-sized collider detectors, CDF and DZero, have undergone extensive upgrades during the nearly decade-long preparations for Run II.

    http://www.fnal.gov/pub/about/whatis/history.html

  19. moryah4 Says:

    FERMALAB

    History-Timeline

    http://www.fnal.gov/pub/about/whatis/timeline.html

  20. moryah4 Says:

    This scientist posted only one entry on his site and it is dated: Sunday, May 4, 2008 .
    (It is interesting we do not see ANY later entries from him past this date.)

    I WORK FOR CERN
    I am a low level physicist who works at CERN the collaborative particle accelerator project in Switzerland. I am concerned about the true intentions of the top scientists who run this program. I feel that this program could have major negative effects on the global environment. I will post rumors, innuendo, and other weird happenings as they happen.

    I have heard rumors that the full energy capability of the LHC is 25TEV and that black holes will form at energies of 15 TEV and strangelets will oocur at energies of 20TEV. this is the reason why the probability of formation is so low becuase technically the particle accelerator will be run at subcritical velocities. Rumor has it also that the only people who will be around for the full scale test will be military of the 20 nations and a skeleton crew who will be jsut to operate the controls. It is also a rumor that fermilab has also decreased the barns of the focus magnets in the alice facility. This means that more ions will hit the each other. this is an experimental software update.

    http://www.cernwatch.com/2008/05/lhc-cern-update-july-and-august.html

    http://www.cernwatch.com/2008/05/lhc-cern-update-july-and-august.html

  21. moryah4 Says:

    Ah just my paranoia again!
    Here tis’

    http://www.cernwatch.com/

  22. moryah4 Says:

    Hit by a Particle Accelerator Beam

    Anatoli Bugorski was checking a component of the U-70 synchrotron particle accelerator when he accidentally put his head in the beam’s path. It was the fatidic fateful day of July 13, 1978, and as the safety devices failed, Bogorski later told that he saw a flash “brighter than a thousand suns”, as protons near the speed of light traveled right through his head. But he did not feel any pain.

    The proton beam went through the left side of his head. Soon that side of his face swelled beyond recognition, and in the next days the skin fell, showing the path the particle beam had through his face, brain and cranium.

    Read More…

    http://forgetomori.com/2008/science/hit-by-a-particle-accelerator-beam/

  23. moryah4 Says:

    1. (Quote): “Spacial fractures and universal barriers” by Dr Jon Sherwood:
    “Let’s hope the LHC causes nothing worse. It is way more powerful than the earlier one in USA and much bigger. And that has had consequences that they are currently still even unaware of ! ”

    Past Experiments At Fermilab’s Tevatron Accelerator.
    (March 22, 2006)
    Media Contact:
    Mike Perricone, Fermilab Public Affairs, 630-840-3351
    For immediate release
    What Happened to the Antimatter? Fermilab’s DZero Experiment Finds Clues in Quick-Change Meson
    BATAVIA, Illinois-Scientists of the DZero collider detector collaboration at the Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory have announced that their data on the properties of a subatomic particle, the B_s meson (”B sub s”), suggest that the particle oscillates between matter and antimatter in one of nature’s fastest rapid-fire processes-more than 17 trillion times per second. Their findings may affect the current view of matter-antimatter asymmetry, and might also offer a first glimpse of the contributions of new physics, such as supersymmetry, to particle physics…

    (Read more : http://www.fnal.gov/pub/presspass/press_releases/DZeroB_s.html )

  24. moryah4 Says:

    Recently CERN Director General Robert Aymar thanked the people at Fermilab for their help over the years.
    Through the Department of Energy and the National Science Foundation, the U.S. contributed $531 million to the LHC construction and hosts about 2,000 of the 6,000 scientists worldwide working on the LHC experiments. About 100 U.S. universities contribute to the LHC experiments, including hardware, computing and data analysis.

    Aymar praised the Japanese-and American-made equipment that, he said, worked without difficulty on the first 17-mile clockwise trip of the beam of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.

    http://www.fnal.gov/pub/today/archive_2008/today08-09-11.html

  25. moryah4 Says:

    A strange, strange relative

    For more than four decades, physicists have suspected that the proton has a rather large extended family, but have had few opportunities to meet many of its relatives. Scientists at Fermilab’s DZero experiment have just been closely introduced to a strange and somewhat reclusive member of the proton’s family, who will hopefully mark a new phase in our understanding of matter.

    The proton belongs to a family of particles known as baryons, which are composed of three quarks. The proton contains two up quarks and a down quark. Theory predicts that, along with the bottom and strange quarks, there are 20 ways to mix these four quarks to form baryons with one-half unit of spin (a quantum mechanical property related to angular momentum). Of these 20, three are very “strange” and contain two strange quarks along with one other quark. Two of these, the Ξ- and Ξ 0, are well-known to physicists. But the third, the doubly strange b baryon Ωb- (made of a bottom and two strange quarks), has until now been kept shut away from the curious eyes of the proton’s physicist friends.

    Using 1.3 inverse femtobarns of data, DZero researchers have reported the discovery of the Ωb- baryon with a measured mass of 6165 ± 10 (stat) ± 13 (syst) MeV/c2. With roughly 18 events carrying the signature of Ωb- decays to lighter particles, the observation has a significance of 5.4 sigmas or a one in 15 billion chance of coming from non-Ωb- sources. This discovery provides new data for theorists trying to understand complex quark interactions and arrives closely behind DZero’s discovery of the Ξ b- baryon in 2007. With this closer look at the proton’s extended family, DZero scientists are eager to learn more. Now that some of the strangest relatives have been introduced, the record luminosity delivered daily by the Tevatron may be all that’s needed to break the ice with the remaining family.

    http://www.fnal.gov/pub/today/archive_2008/today08-09-11.html

  26. moryah4 Says:

    An interesting document worth raking through for the enthsuists on this topic:

    A joint Fermilab/SLAC publication august 08 issue 03 volume 05 …

  27. moryah4 Says:

    OOps..here’s the link:

    http://www.symmetrymagazine.org/pdfs/200808/aug_2008.pdf

  28. moryah4 Says:

    July 24, 2007
    At Fermilab, the Race Is on for the ‘God Particle’
    By DENNIS OVERBYE
    Correction Appended

    In 1977, Steven Weinberg, then two years shy of the Nobel Prize in Physics, decided to do a little of what some theorists call “ambulance chasing.”
    He heard a rumor, while spending a year at Stanford, that collisions at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory were spitting out weird triplets of particles known as muons, which are sort of fat electrons. Dr. Weinberg canceled reservations at a lodge in Yosemite National Park to spend the weekend with his colleague Benjamin Lee, trying to concoct a theory to explain the trimuons.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/24/science/24ferm.html?pagewanted=print

  29. moryah4 Says:

    HADRON COLLIDER HALTED FOR MONTHS

    The Large Hadron Collider near Geneva will be out of action for at least two months, the European Organization for Nuclear Research (Cern) says.
    Part of the giant physics experiment was turned off for the weekend while engineers probed a magnet failure.
    But a Cern spokesman said damage to the £3.6bn ($6.6bn) particle accelerator was worse than anticipated.
    The LHC is built to smash protons together at huge speeds, recreating conditions moments after the Big Bang.
    Scientists hope it will shed light on fundamental questions in physics.

    SECTION DAMAGED

    On Friday, a failure, known as a quench, caused around 100 of the LHC’s super-cooled magnets to heat up by as much as 100 degrees.
    The fire brigade were called out after a tonne of liquid helium leaked into the tunnel at Cern, near Geneva
    Cern spokesman James Gillies said on Saturday that the sector that was damaged would have to be warmed up from its operating temperature - of near absolute zero - so that repairs could be made, and then cooled down again.
    While he said there was never any danger to the public, Mr Gillies admitted that the breakdown would be costly.
    He said: “A full investigation is still under way but the most likely cause seems to be a faulty electrical connection between two of the magnets which probably melted, leading to a mechanical failure.
    “We’re investigating and we can’t really say more than that now.
    “But we do know that we will have to warm the machine up, make the repair, cool it down, and that’s what brings you to two months of downtime for the LHC.”
    The first beams were fired successfully around the accelerator’s 27km (16.7 miles) underground ring over a week ago.
    The crucial next step is to collide those beams head on. However, the fault appears to have ruled out any chance of these experiments taking place for the next two months at least.
    The quench occurred during final testing of the last of the LHC’s electrical circuits to be commissioned.
    At 1127 (0927 GMT) on Friday, the LHC’s online logbook recorded a quench in sector 3-4 of the accelerator, which lies between the Alice and CMS detectors.
    The entry stated that helium had been lost to the tunnel and that vacuum conditions had also been lost.
    The superconducting magnets in the LHC must be supercooled to 1.9 kelvin (-271C; -456F), to allow them to steer particle beams around the circuit.
    As a result of the quench, the temperature of some magnets in the machine’s final sector rose dramatically. The setback came just a day after the LHC’s beam was restored after engineers replaced a faulty transformer that had hindered progress for much of the past week

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/7626944.stm

  30. moryah4 Says:

    “…The time necessary for the investigation and repairs precludes a restart before CERN’s obligatory winter maintenance period, bringing the date for restart of the accelerator complex to early spring 2009. LHC beams will then follow.”

    “So North, you confirm us that there will be no collisions before march 2009 ?”

    “I didn’t say March 2009. Early spring is the timescale involved. When they’re done, we’re starting back up. If that happens in February, then it happens in February.”

    “What does this mean for the timetable insofar as the collisions reaching their highest speeds?

    “I hear they’re going to go straight for 7 TeV collisions in the spring now so they can stay on schedule. So much for risk aversion and for Dr. Plaga’s quite feasible risk mitigation measures..”

    “1) They are not sure what the energy will be. At least the head of the beams division isn’t. Maybe the newspaper reporters are more confident.

    2) Plaga’s “risk mitigation” is meaningless, even if there was a dangerous scenario. It’s so blatantly obviously meaningless that it’s difficult to take the rest of the paper seriously to begin with. Good thing the rest is demonstrably false too.”

    http://www.lhcconcerns.com/LHCConcerns/Forums/phpBB3/

  31. moryah4 Says:

    Man’s technology has exceeded his grasp. - ‘The World is not Enough’
    Zealous Nobel Prize hungry Physicists are racing each other and stopping at nothing to try to find the supposed ‘Higgs Boson’(aka God) Particle, among others, and are risking nothing less than the annihilation of the Earth and all Life in endless experiments hoping to prove a theory when urgent tangible problems face the planet. The European Organization for Nuclear Research(CERN) new Large Hadron Collider(LHC) is the world’s most powerful atom smasher that will soon be firing subatomic particles at each other at nearly the speed of light to create Miniature Big Bangs producing Micro Black Holes, Strangelets and other potentially cataclysmic phenomena.
    Particle physicists have run out of ideas and are at a dead end forcing them to take reckless chances with more and more powerful and costly machines to create new and never-seen-before, unstable and unknown matter while Astrophysicists, on the other hand, are advancing science and knowledge on a daily basis making new discoveries in these same areas by observing the universe, not experimenting with it and with your life.
    The LHC is a dangerous gamble as CERN physicist Alvaro De Rújula in the BBC LHC documentary, ‘The Six Billion Dollar Experiment’, incredibly admits quote, “Will we find the Higgs particle at the LHC? That, of course, is the question. And the answer is, science is what we do when we don’t know what we’re doing.” And CERN spokesmodel Brian Cox follows with this stunning quote, “the LHC is certainly, by far, the biggest jump into the unknown.”
    The CERN-LHC website Mainpage itself states: “There are many theories as to what will result from these collisions,…” Again, this is because they truly don’t know what’s going to happen. They are experimenting with forces they don’t understand to obtain results they can’t comprehend. If you think like most people do that ‘They must know what they’re doing’ you could not be more wrong. Some people think similarly about medical Dr.s but consider this by way of comparison and example from JAMA: “A recent Institute of Medicine report quoted rates estimating that medical errors kill between 44,000 and 98,000 people a year in US hospitals.” The second part of the CERN quote reads “…but what’s for sure is that a brave new world of physics will emerge from the new accelerator,…” A molecularly changed or Black Hole consumed Lifeless World? The end of the quote reads “…as knowledge in particle physics goes on to describe the workings of the Universe.” These experiments to date have so far produced infinitely more questions than answers but there isn’t a particle physicist alive who wouldn’t gladly trade his life to glimpse the “God particle”, and sacrifice the rest of us with him. Reason and common sense will tell you that the risks far outweigh any potential(as CERN physicists themselves say) benefits.
    This quote from National Geographic exactly sums this “science” up: “That’s the essence of experimental particle physics: You smash stuff together and see what other stuff comes out.”
    Find out more about that “stuff” below;

    http://www.SaneScience.org/
    http://www.LHCFacts.org
    http://www.risk-evaluation-forum.org/anon1.htm
    http://www.lhcdefense.org/

  32. moryah4 Says:

    THE NEXT 5 EXTREME RESEARCH MACHINES YOU NEED TO KNOW

    Forget the Large Hadron Collider: Whether they’re tracking Martian robots, simulating hurricanes or fending off the supernova apocalypse, these supersize science projects don’t just look cool—they’re hunting some of the world’s biggest unsolved mysteries.

    http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/research/4265183.html

  33. moryah4 Says:

    FEAR REVIEW

    By Luis Sancho

    I was initially in favor of funding the Large Hadron Collider—the biggest, most technologically advanced machine ever built. It is a superconductive, superfluid ring in which bundles of heavy atoms are to be accelerated to almost the speed of light and smashed together to replicate the awesome energies of the Big Bang and to create showers of heavy-mass particles found only in those first seconds when the universe was destroyed and re-created. Unfortunately, theoretical calculations show that the LHC could produce two kinds of dark matter—black holes and strange, ultradense quark matter—that are extremely dangerous, as both have been theoretically proven to swallow in a chain reaction the entirety of Earth. Thus, a cosmological bomb billions of times more powerful than the atomic bomb might be created at the European Organization for Nuclear Research.

    The exact probability of a runaway reaction that converts Earth into dark matter is unknown. The minimal risk as calculated by CERN allows for a 1 to 10 percent chance of extinguishing Earth. In the insurance business, a potential catastrophe’s “death toll” is calculated by multiplying the number of possible victims by the probability that the event will occur. A similar calculation (6,000,000,000 x 1–10%) shows that the LHC experiment would be, technically, the largest holocaust in history. It would also be the biggest environmental crime in history, far more harmful than global warming, as it would mean the destruction of all life-forms on the planet. Since the production of dark matter is neither necessary for the advancement of science nor safe for mankind, the LHC should be forbidden to operate. As we close Chernobyl-like plants for security reasons and forbid the reproduction of the Ebola virus in an open environment (though some specialized virologists would like to study it for research purposes), so should we forbid the reproduction of free, uncontrolled dark matter, even if its theorists would like to study it at CERN. The production of dark matter will not be a “new discovery,” nor will it advance the study of physics. Furthermore, CERN’s researchers will not be awarded a Nobel Prize—the ultimate goal of all experimentalists—if Earth is consumed.

    From a psychological point of view, physicists are a curious group. We are responsible for creating scientific explanations for the nature of God and the universe, and we sometimes act with an arrogant fundamentalism. It is not strange that fundamentalist scientists behave like fundamentalist religious people. Both groups believe in their dogmas with such force that they can justify acts of collective murder all over the world. The callousness of physicists is proverbial among scientists. It should not be surprising, then, that CERN would commit a terrorist act by switching on the LHC. In layman’s terms, CERN is asking all of mankind to play a game of Russian roulette. This they propose to do in order to foster the career goals of a few thousand specialists. No group has the right to put at significant risk the life of a single human being without his express consent and knowledge, let alone the entire population of the planet. CERN’s efforts must be judged as acts of criminal negligence and irresponsibility that could harm billions of human beings, or worse, as a potential terrorist act. The director of CERN has said, “The LHC will be the closest we will ever be to God,” as the Big Bang is the violent beginning and end of the universe. I hope he is wrong.

    http://harpers.org/archive/2008/06/0082053

  34. moryah4 Says:

    I think this is part of the latter gentleman ,Luis Sancho’s,(one of the main opponents of the CERN project) theory on time/time travel etc:

    Non-AE LOGIC: THE DIMENSIONAL CYCLES AND TIME FLUXES OF THE UNIVERSE:

    I. COMMUNICATION IN TIME AND SPACE: SYMBIOSIS VS DARWINISM.

    …Hence we explain in quantic terms the biggest mystery that Physics and Relativity discovered a century ago: the co-existence of past, present and future forms. Till now it was impossible to explain, since as long as we accept a single, continuous Time-Space for the entire Universe past times, present times and future time beings were merged together into a single time World. Yet if we break the Universe in infinite space-times, different time regions can co-exist together as different pieces of a puzzle co-exist within the same ‘present space-time frame’.

    http://www.unificationtheory.com/laws/illogic.html

    This concept is INTERESTING to me because Dr Sherwood,Zarlen etc. give a similar ‘definition’to time.

  35. moryah4 Says:

    I already put this link up but this guy Wagner is the one of the other main Physicists who tried to block CERN.

    http://www.lhcdefense.org/

  36. moryah4 Says:

    Wagner’s Bio :

    Walter Wagner graduated UC Berkeley with a Minor in Physics, and a Major in Biology. Later, he discovered a novel particle in a balloon-borne cosmic ray detector, initially identified as a magnetic monopole. Though its identity remains uncertain, it is definitely not within the standard repertoire of known particles. After a three-year break from science to attend law school, Dr. Wagner resumed work in Physics and Biology at the US Veterans Administration Medical Center in San Francisco, working in Nuclear Medicine and Health Physics. He then embarked on teaching Science and Mathematics, from grade school to college. Dr. Wagner developed a botanical garden in Hawaii, and continues involvement with several professional associations, including Health Physics Society and Society of Nuclear Medicine.

  37. moryah4 Says:

    The Russians argue that when the energies of the LHC are concentrated into a subatomic particle - a trillionth the size of a mosquito - they can do strange things to the fabric of the universe, which is a blend of space and time that scientists called spacetime.

    While Earth’s gravity produces gentle distortions in spacetime the LHC energy can distort time so much that it loops back on itself. These loops are known to physicists as “closed timelike curves” and they ought, at least in theory, to allow us to revisit some past moment.

    The scheme chimes with one laid out in 1988, when Prof Kip Thorne and colleagues at the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, showed that wormholes, or tunnels through spacetime, would allow time travel.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/main.jhtml?xml=/earth/2008/02/06/scitime106.xml

    Prof Aref’eva and Dr Volovich believe the LHC could create wormholes and so allow a form of time travel. “We realised that closed timelike curves and wormholes could also be a result of collisions of particles,” Prof Aref’eva says.

    There are still plenty of obstacles for the likes of Dr Who, however. Not least of them is the fact that these are mini wormholes, so only subatomic particles are small enough to travel through them.

  38. moryah4 Says:

    (Quote Dr Jon Sherwood)

    “Universal energy barriers are in place to keep these spacial levels in balance in a natural way so if things like the LHC are built and used and those same energy barriers are not happening in the same part in space because they are not understood then these space fractures rip the level open and you get spacial rifts floating about. Some can get so big you can step through them into other time and space levels as we have accidently done in the past.

    And believe me you don’t want to do that deliberately.

    You might think you see protons smashing into each other all the time in space but what about those things that allow it to happen in that part of space that you cannot see. If rifts and the c prism effect is happening more now then something else is going on and the protons have not been smashed yet. Luckily however we have learned to handle and close these c rifts using the power of our own mind and it took a huge amount of concentration to make it happen and its no easy feat. The tough part is doing it when they are bigger! All matter within the universe is thought active so can be controlled by the human power of thought but the conditioning and thought control training has to be extremely intense and focused. My personal training has been going on for years and I have had to wait sometimes months for it to occur in order to practice the control and that has only been recently since 2000. I have to say however that recent fractures have been very strong, stronger than normal. So took way more concentration and power.

    In case you are wondering why I have had this for a number of years it started when the New York heavy one was activated…”

    The Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC)is a heavy-ion collider located at and operated by Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) in Upton, New York.At present, RHIC is the most powerful heavy-ion collider in the world, although the LHC is expected to collide ions at higher energies in late 2009.RHIC collides ions traveling at relativistic speeds.It is also distinctive in its capability to collide spin-polarized protons.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Relativistic_Heavy_Ion_Collider

  39. moryah4 Says:

    The Large Hadron Colliderwhich came online this year
    For comparison the most powerful accelerator previous was about 6 bev. Or 6 billion electron volts. The LCH will collide two beams each with 7 tev (trillion electron volts) making it about 20,000 times more powerful.

    http://blog.modernmechanix.com/2008/02/12/these-fabulous-tools-unlock-the-atoms-secrets/

  40. moryah4 Says:

    (Quote Dr Jon Sherwood,September 19th, 2008) :

    SPACIAL FRACTURES AND UNIVERSAL BARRIERS.

    Energy barriers are in place for obvious reasons. Fractures can be seen by those who have the ability. The thing is knowing that your eyesight is not fading or doing other things in a weird way.

    Fractures are spacial energy, prismed into shapes that appear in visual range starting small and expand over a limited period of time. Imagine a small c made up of small 3 sided triangular prisms that shimmer. In the loop of the c you see other faint images not of the same dimension. Over time the c grows and shifts to the left or right and expands slowly eventually expanding so big it dissappears from your view and so the experience concludes. The direction is controlled or dictated by the rotational direction of the proton flow at the time in the space within the universe as they change from space to space. 3d one way 4d another etc as well as in each dimansion subtle other levels exist in time that also alternate in flow anti clockwise in one time and clockwise in another.

    Difficult to explain but when you are able to see these things and they are only appearing at random in initial stages but then when something like the LHC is activated or tested you get more of them first on the right as the spin of the LHC is in one direction then they change sides and appear on the opposite side you start to wonder what the heck will happen next. Each time the LHC of other unit spins opposite flow it triggers rifts in time and space in some instance just the timeline is affected and the result will depend on which rotation is used.

    Universal energy barriers are in place to keep these spacial levels in balance in a natural way so if things like the LHC are built and used and those same energy barriers are not happening in the same part in space because they are not understood then these space fractures rip the level open and you get spacial rifts floating about. Some can get so big you can step through them into other time and space levels as we have accidently done in the past.

    And believe me you don’t want to do that deliberately.

    You might think you see protons smashing into each other all the time in space but what about those things that allow it to happen in that part of space that you cannot see. If rifts and the c prism effect is happening more now then something else is going on and the protons have not been smashed yet. Luckily however we have learned to handle and close these c rifts using the power of our own mind and it took a huge amount of concentration to make it happen and its no easy feat. The tough part is doing it when they are bigger! All matter within the universe is thought active so can be controlled by the human power of thought but the conditioning and thought control training has to be extremely intense and focused. My personal training has been going on for years and I have had to wait sometimes months for it to occur in order to practice the control and that has only been recently since 2000. I have to say however that recent fractures have been very strong, stronger than normal. So took way more concentration and power.

    In case you are wondering why I have had this for a number of years it started when the New York heavy one was activated.

    I am a sensitive which is about 100 times up from a psychic and makes it possible for me to use energies that virtually anyone else is unable of accessing. I know what is required to keep control as have lived with this all my life some 50 odd years now. Control has become easy and it has allowed me the chance to help many thousands of people through the ability to focus the energy into a healing mind expression but this fracturing has occupied my time over the last 8 years and has been interesting. Where it will lead only time will tell. I have seen London 50 years ahead, other areas of the world ahead of time as time and space is linked. The fractures can give a glimpse of another place and time and you never know what it will be next as it is not controlled as to event or direction I just have to control the result of what causes it.

    So LHC is a big question and one that could cause more problems if the scientists are not taking other areas into consideration. Embark on experiments yes but after you absolutely know what is involved. They do not know all about the elements that exist within the universe. I play with vortex energies that link 3d to 4d they would not know about those forces and how to balance them and yet they say they know. hmm! Time will tell whether it is arrogance or not!

    This is the first time I have spoken about all of this and some of our abilities. Lets hope our own space is respected. As we thought it was time to let some of what we do out there. In the past I found myself being tested by certain people out there then left alone when they could not figure out what I was doing or how. I have since develop an understanding that it is sometimes best to keep well enough alone. Alone being the operative word except for wife and family at least this so called gift helped my own son be healed. And thats what I do really heal rifts in universe, mind body and anything else. I do what I do to help keep things in balance and no compensation is ever gained from much of what I do. It is simply done because I feel it needs to be and so calm is maintained as well as can be.

    Let’s hope the LHC causes nothing worse. It is way more powerful than the earlier one in USA and much bigger. And that has had consequences that they are currently still even unaware of ! ”

    RACE FOR GOD PARTICLE HEATS UP.

    (By James Morgan) Science reporter, BBC News, Chicago

    Tuesday, 17 February 2009

    Identifying the “God Particle” has been a target for the European Organization for Nuclear Research (Cern) ever since the LHC was first conceived in the early 1980s.

    “We are increasing data set very quickly. And they [Cern] are feeling the heat ”

    (Dmitri Denisov, Fermilab)

    At the launch of the LHC near Geneva in September(2008), some scientists predicted the Higgs would be revealed as soon as summer 2009.

    But just one week later, an accident occurred which will halt experiments at the accelerator for at least 12 months.

    Fermilab has taken advantage, cranking up the intensity of research at their Tevatron accelerator in Illinois.

    Director Pier Oddone presented the Tevatron’s latest data at the AAAS meeting.

    “We now have a very, very good chance that we will see hints of the Higgs before the LHC will,” said his Fermilab colleague, Dr Dmitri Denisov.

    “I think we have the next two years to find it, based on the start date Lyn Evans has told us.

    “And by that time we expect to say something very strong.

    “The probability of our discovering the Higgs is very good - 90% if it is in the high mass range.

    “And the chances are even higher - 96% - if its mass is around 170GV.

    “In that case we would be talking about seeing hints of the Higgs by this summer.”

    TREASURE HUNT

    The smaller the mass of the particle, the more difficult and time consuming it will be for Fermilab to detect.

    The Tevatron is located at Fermilab near Chicago

    But even at the lowest end of the range, the chances are “50% or above”, according to Mr Oddone.

    “Tevatron is running extremely well. We are in the peak of our shape,” added Dr Denisov.

    “We are increasing data set very quickly. And they are feeling the heat.

    “Instead of having their usual Christmas break - of two months - they are planning to run all the way through.

    “It’s a race. Whoever is first is first.”

    Fermilab estimates that the Tevatron has already picked out about eight collision events which may be hints of the Higgs.

    But until the number crunching is done, it is not possible to distinguish these from “background noise”.

    FIRED UP

    Sitting shoulder-to-shoulder with Dr Denisov was his counterpart Professor Lyn Evans, LHC project leader.

    “The race is on,” he told BBC News.

    “The Tevatron is working better than I ever imagined it could. They are accumulating data like mad.

    “The setback with the LHC has given them an extra time window. And they certainly will make the most of it.

    “If they do find the Higgs, good luck to them. But I think it’s unlikely they will find it before LHC comes on line. They may well be in a position to get a hint of the Higgs but I don’t think they’ll be in a position to discover it.

    “And of course, if it’s not in the mass range they think it is, they have no chance of discovering it at all. Pier Oddone put the odds at 50-50 but I think it’s less than that.

    “In one year, we will be competitive. After that, we will swamp them.”

    The competition was healthy for “both parties”. Though missing out on the Higgs would be a “sour consolation”.

    “The trouble is, the LHC has been sold on being built for the Higgs,” said Prof Evans.

    “But don’t forget, there is also a whole spectrum of physics to be investigated at the LHC which the Tevatron can never do.”

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/7893689.stm

    (To get cocky with pioneering any areas of science especially these areas of sub-atomic physics without due prudence and full understanding, as Fermilab are proceeding can only lead to trouble,especially when you no longer have a human form grounded in our biosphere who can sense and counteract the adverse effects of such.

    One hope CERN proceed with the caution they are showing and do not get coerced into dangerous territory.
    Certain areas of Europe are known for precision and excellence and hopefully in this case caution.
    If we take the best qualities of countries like Germany, France ,Switzerland ,UK,etc., to name a few ,mankind’s future will benefit and new ground will be created by CERN ,but if those involved with the project let themselves be manipulated,by military boffins,and other elite covert groups into a race to find the ’so-called God-particle’ (with underlying reason to develop weaponary,technology to manipulate others etc.)instead of allowing your instincts to guide as to the best way to use this technology to explore areas of science to benefit mankind and the biosphere you co-habit you will surely fail and wish you had never born.
    As Dr Sherwood/Zarlen often stated ,”Watch for the signposts”.
    Last year’s breakdown was a warning.Modify to gain control.
    If you see failure again change direction to a safer direction.You know of certain risks,quantum mechanics dictates that harmonious environmental response indicate the right path,disasters indicate the wrong path.
    Don’t let the disasters get too big,remembering you will not be given time travel until humankind make a quantum step towards spiritual peace and harmony (unity) and you are a long way off that for now
    “Like attracts like”
    Although many U.S. scientists on board with this one,
    WARNING DO NOT TRY TO COPY FERMILAB and take the path they have trod as if you compare the two projects you will always get the negative before the positive and Fermilab is the negative.A different direction is required. Sure learn from the lessons from Fermilab.
    But watch what happens in United States from continuing experiments there.

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