Sunday, 3 May 2015

Mystery Object found inside LHC

It has been reported that an unknown object has been found inside the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. The so-called "Unidentified Lying Object" was detected inside the sealed vacuum pipe in the heart of the giant seventeen mile-circumference particle accelerator. The announcement was made very nonchalantly by the CERN physicist Prof. Albert de Roeck; a report on a lecture he gave on states: "...De Roeck in fact has high expectations for the possibility of new discoveries that could change the current accepted theory of physical reality, the Standard Model. 'It will take only one significant deviation in the data to change everything,' De Roeck said. 'The upgraded machine works. Now we have to get to the real operation for physics.'... But work remains to be done. One issue the accelerator physicists remain cautiously aware of, he said, is an 'Unidentified Lying Object' in the beam pipe of the LHC's seventeen mile underground tunnel, a vacuum tube where proton beams collide and scatter particles that scientists then analyze for keys to unlock the mysteries of the Big Bang and the cosmos. Because the proton beam is sensitive to the geometry of the environment and can be easily blocked, the beam pipe must be free of even the tiniest amount of debris. Even something as large as a nitrogen atom could disrupt the beam. Because the beam pipe is a sealed vacuum it's impossible to know what the 'object' is. 'The Unidentified Lying Object turns out not to be a problem for the operation, it's just something to keep an eye on,' De Roeck said. 'It's in the vacuum tube and it's not a problem if it doesn't move and remains stable'." The questions I'd like to ask Prof. de Roeck are endless. How did something manage to access the interior of the sealed chamber where the particle beams flow? It is the most tightly controlled environment on earth; it's hardly like getting a grain of sand in your camera on Bournemouth beach. Why is it not a big deal to you? Something like this should be physically impossible. Forget the standard model! This phenomenon alone should make every physicist in the world sit up and think again. How big is this "ULO"? If you can't see it, perhaps you should equalize the tube and open it up to look at the anomaly. Aren't you curious or worried by this?

This situation is not without precedent. Objects have turned up before in places where they really shouldn't be; in some cases they're even where it's physically impossible for them to be. The husband-and-wife paranormal investigation team Janet and Colin Bord have collected reports of these incidents. They include a butterfly trapped inside a riveted gas meter, a bird found inside a car tyre and many many more in their book, (This is now out of print but there are many cheap second hand copies available) see: I suspect that this phenomenon might be connected to the cases of strange objects falling from the sky, see: If something appears inside a completely closed-off container then there is only one way for it to have entered that location, it must have arrived there through a higher spatial dimension. This is now a serious scientific subject and, as I explain below in the background links, the activity of the LHC might directly be related to higher dimensional transport. In other words the LHC's high energy extreme collision operations might have literally ripped a hole in spacetime allowing something from "out there" to get into our universe. Yes, this is a very hazardous and irresponsible thing to do, as I detail in the background articles; and perhaps they're doing it deliberately. In this case the "Unidentified Lying Object" might end up being the first confirmed piece of matter ever found that has come from another universe. It's a kind of apport or what the Tibetan mystics call a tulpa. This would indicate that the LHC is having the very interdimensional effects that I and many others have long predicted. This is an extremely alarming situation. What else can it conjure out of thin air? In the background links I analyze Stephen King's The Mist as a possible warning. Again, at a higher level, one that Prof. de Roeck is not privy to, this is deliberate. As Kev Baker the "Glasgow Truther" also brings up in his radio show, see link above, we might also be dealing with an object currently in quantum superposition. Like Schroedinger's cat, it will remain that way until somebody looks at it. So maybe it's just as well that the "ULO" is stuck inside the dark cold interior of the LHC vacuum torus where it can remain invisible... but for how much longer. May this story end happily; I'm not sure how it will yet.

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