Friday, 25 January 2019

LHC Plus

CERN- the European Organization for Nuclear Research (Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire) has published a proposal to build a new particle accelerator. It already is home to the world's biggest particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider, and the new one will be considerably bigger. Called the FCC- Future Circular Collider, it will have a circumference of sixty-two miles in comparison to the LHC's seventeen. The reason for this new project is that the LHC has not solved as many of the mysteries of cosmology it was hoped that it would. It did succeed in finding the Higgs Boson, the final element of the Standard Model of Particle Physics, seventeen fundamental particles that explain almost everything in the universe. There are six quarks, these are minute elements that join together to create hadrons, the pieces of an atomic nucleus. There are six leptons that account for the weak nuclear force, neutrinos and electromagnetism. There are four gauge bosons that are force carriers in quantum mechanics, such as electromagnetic radiation. The Higgs was the last piece of the jigsaw. It was proposed by Dr Peter Higgs in 1964, but not located observationally until the LHC did it in 2012; but it's not enough. There are still strange phenomena in the cosmos such as dark matter and dark energy to be explained. The fact that the universe is not only expanding, but the speed of expansion is increasing. What is gravity? There are many others. The physicists' long quest for the Theory of Everything is far from complete. Building the Future Circular Collider will be a huge engineering project, presumably it will change its name once it is in the present. It will involve digging a circular tunnel sixty-two miles long, twice the length of the Channel Tunnel. Huge pieces of machinery will need to be designed and installed. It will cost an estimated twenty billion pounds and will not be running until the middle of the century, about twenty to thirty years from the time of writing. Some experts are asking whether it's worth it. There is no guarantee that the FCC will answer any of the questions that LHC has failed to. If so, will the Prof. Brian Coxes of this world simply demand another even bigger collider? We can't keep building bigger and bigger ones forever. Source:

If the Large Hadron Collider is, as I suspect, something intended to manipulate the nature of reality for a nefarious purpose by the Illuminati, then does this mean it hasn't worked? It hasn't been completely ineffectual from their point of view. It clearly has done something, such as the Mandela Effect, see:, and the "Unidentified Lying Object", see:, but are these merely side effects? If a new bigger version of the LHC is necessary then does this mean that the supposedly covert and satanic mission of the original Collider has failed? See the background links below for more details about my concerns about the LHC. If this is the case then we should firstly rejoice. Our planet is safe, or it has at least been granted a temporary reprieve. However, it seems that the plotters behind this Götterdämmerung manoeuvre have not yet given up. They are going to try again with a more powerful doomsday device. Luckily this will take a very long time to build and start up and so we have a breathing space to take action before then. I wonder if there's a connection between the proposal for the Future Circular Collider and the 2016 Effect, see:

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