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It has been awhile since we have talked about the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.

I have been thinking about what has been happening there as they are ramping up their power to continue their risky experiments with smashing particles. I usually like to discuss these matters with Anthony Patch.

Someone asked me the other day about Anthony Patch and I told them that for some reason he just does not do interviews anymore.

Sometimes when you get real close to the truth it gets very uncomfortable and you find yourself questioning your reality – well, reality is somewhat peculiar now in the year 2020 and no one would have guessed how chaotic everything has become. It is as if the world we live in has been ripped completely out of the pages of an apocalyptic thriller.

Patch had left us a number of predictions and a legacy that sounded as if it were being dictated by a mad scientist. There have been other guests on our show talking about advancements in the quantum filed. Guests like Marshall Barnes have said that the magnetic veil that is over us has been thinned and toyed with and that we are now sailing in uncharted quantum waters.

The question is whether or not the sky is the only limit.

The LHC is a particle accelerator and for the use of getting particles to extremely high speeds and then colliding them. This causes a release of very large amounts of energy in a very short span of time. The main intent of LHC is to study elementary particles. At such tiny scales it’s very hard to rip apart atoms because you have to supply a huge amount of energy. So the particles are accelerated to very high velocities and smashed. The high velocity gives the particles to gain Kinetic energy. Insane amounts of energy gets focused on the particles.

An atom bomb’s main intent is to decimate. It works on the principle that when a heavy atom nucleus decays radioactively, the sum of the mass (and energy) of the particles so formed is lesser than the total sum of the parent nucleus. This mass difference is the energy released.

In 1942, Edward Teller had suggested that a single blast of an atomic bomb might ignite all the hydrogen in the oceans or all the nitrogen in the atmosphere, destroying the world. Hans Bethe said, nah, you’re probably wrong and so they went ahead and did a test without any public or Congressional discussion of what amount of risk-taking with an extinction-level event was acceptable. Likewise, almost all research is done today at CERN is a deep secret carried out by the military interests or by corporations, with no one but the scientists themselves deciding if and when to throw a particular switch that might unleash a particle Frankenstein’s monster.

Arthur C. Clarke one of the greatest science fiction writers stated that “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” But what if we add a little wordplay to his statement and ask “what if magic is responsible for the creation of advanced technology?” What if all of that Promethean fire that we used to annihilate our enemies also charged up the universe and animated or effected other dimensions and sent a signal out into the cosmos or ripped a major rift in the space time continuum.

Those who are familiar with alchemy know about chaos and synergy, the idea of breaking something apart and then putting it back together again or the creation and destruction of primordial matter. It has been proposed many times that when the atomic bomb was detonated at the Trinity site in White Sands, New Mexico, it accomplished many things. Not only did it send the message to our enemies that we have the ultimate weapon but perhaps to the magicians who hid behind the science that it was a “working” that channeled the power of the atomic bomb into the universe and that it animated matter this creating a disturbance in the multiverse.

Enrico Fermi offered wagers on “whether or not the bomb would ignite the atmosphere and cause a chain reaction, and if so, whether it would merely destroy New Mexico, destroy the world or even send a huge wave into space creating turbulence and maybe take out other planets.

When the scientists at CERN claimed in 2012 that they discovered the Higgs-Boson or God Particle, there were many scientists that were alarmed by the notion and stated that an unstable particle could create what Einstein called “spooky actions at a distance.” It was all about that Promethean wager with the risk of somehow throwing the earth into some sort of quantum leap forcing us to face the possibility of inverse time shifts, magnetic pole shifts and the discovery of strangelets or quarks that could pose a danger to the entire planet.

Stephen Hawking once predicted that discovering the Higgs had the potential to destroy the universe, or in his own words, cause the universe to “undergo a catastrophic vacuum decay.”

Scientists at CERN discovered the God Particle on July 4th, 2012 and as far as we know the world is still intact but since the discovery, the planet has gone through some violent changes as earthquakes have increased, volcanic eruptions have also increased, the planet has suffered climate spikes, and the magnetic field is weakening.

While we have been focusing on the topic of inverse time and the possibility that a major experiment at CERN could have somehow altered the timeline ever so slightly – there have been some recent activities that are again pushing us into the possibility that there has been a glitch that cannot be ignored  and scientists believe it or not are confirming that something spooky is indeed happening in the cosmos and that it has found its way to earth.

This goes beyond the Mandela Effect – this is most definitely an anomaly that has scientists spooked, as if they have seen a quantum ghost.

Scientists have seen “spooky” quantum behavior happening to objects at the human scale, according to a new paper.

Researchers have seen quantum fluctuations “kick” large objects such as mirrors, moving them by a tiny degree but one big enough to measure.

Such behavior has previously been predicted by quantum physicists. But it has never before been measured.

The movements are the result of the way the universe is structured, when seen at the level of quantum mechanics: researchers describe it as a “noisy” space, where particles are constantly switching in and out of existence, which creates a low-level fuzz at all times.

Normally, that background of quantum “noise” is too subtle to detect in objects that are visible at the human-scale. But the new research shows that scientists have finally detected those movements, using new technology to watch for those fluctuations.

Researchers at the MIT LIGO Laboratory saw that those fluctuations could move an object as big as a 40-kilogram mirror. The movement pushed the large mirrors a tiny amount, as predicted theoretically, allowing it to be measured by scientists.

The researchers were able to use special equipment called a quantum squeezer that allowed them to “manipulate” the noise so that it could be better observed.

“What’s special about this experiment is we’ve seen quantum effects on something as large as a human,” said Nergis Mavalvala, the Marble Professor and associate head of the physics department at MIT, in a statement.

To see the changes, researchers used the LIGO equipment that was built to detect gravitational wave. To do so, researchers built two pieces of equipment in different parts of the US that sends light down long tunnels, where it bounces off a mirror, and then is reflected back to where it started – the mirrors at the two facilities should return to the same spot at the same time, unless a gravitational wave disrupts their journey.

In the new experiment, researchers used the very precise measurements of those mirrors and the unusual conditions of the LIGO detector to measure any possible quantum “kick”, instead. They did so for watching for quantum fluctuations within the equipment, and watched for movement in the mirrors.

“This quantum fluctuation in the laser light can cause a radiation pressure that can actually kick an object,” said Lee McCuller, a research scientist at MIT’s Kavli Institute for Astrophysics and Space Research. “The object in our case is a 40-kilogram mirror, which is a billion times heavier than the nanoscale objects that other groups have measured this quantum effect in.”

This story is amazing when you understand that on June 23rd, 2020 a massive magnetic wave was measured moving over the planet and that it affected the population of earth — it has not been determined what actually happened to each individual but for some who called into my show they had a hard time recalling what happened on that day, while others were saying they were having strange health problems and some were having complex temporal experiences with lost time and even mirrored experience.

We know that the magnetic wave did not come from the sun.

There were rumors on the internet that the wave may have been caused by an experiment that was going on at the Oakridge National Laboratory in Tennessee. It was reported last year that Physicist Leah Broussard was planning experiments to open a portal to a parallel universe. She calls it an “oscillation” that would lead her to “mirror matter.”

Broussard claimed that in the summer of 2020 she planned on sending a beam of subatomic particles down a 50-foot tunnel, past a ring of powerful magnets and into an impenetrable wall. If the setup is just right — and if the universe cooperates — some of those particles will transform into mirror-image versions of themselves, allowing them to tunnel right through the wall. And if and when that happens, Broussard will have uncovered the first evidence of a mirror world right alongside our own.

Oakridge said back in May that they will be able to harness mega power through D-wave computers. They are currently using Summit systems and will be using the Aurora and El Captain Computer systems in 2023.

These are the same systems that D-wave and Kindred Quantum Computer founder Geordie Rose claimed could be powerful enough to bring aliens through a wormhole.

Meanwhile, scientists at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider have announced that they found a new exotic subatomic particle on the atom smasher. Physicists working with CERN’s Large Hadron Collider beauty collaboration have found a new form of the elusive four-quark particle called a “tetraquark” that they have never seen before.

The newly identified particle is made up of four quarks of the same flavor and is likely, scientists say, to be the first of a previously undiscovered class of particles. The paper describing it has been uploaded to arXiv, and is yet to be peer-reviewed, but joins a growing body of evidence supporting the existence of exotic particles.

The unusual particle was discovered by going back over the data collected and retained from the Large Hadron Collider’s two operational runs, first from 2009 to 2013, and then from 2015 to 2018 after significant upgrades.

The team combed over this data using a new technique for looking for new particles that involves searching for an excess in collision events.

Lumps of strange quarks are shown to be very common in the Universe, as all pulsars seems to be frozen, strange quark stars. This risk is absolute, meaning that according to the ‘Totalitarian Principle’ of physics, all particles that can theoretically happen will happen. And strange quark matter will theoretically happen, since the LHC is merely beyond ‘speculative theories’ a quark cannon, which produces massive quantities of strange quarks at high energy regimes.

The magnetic field of the LHC, the strongest on planet Earth, which cause disturbances on the Earth’s magnetic field, cause of Earthquakes that have increased till record numbers, similar to those of II World War during the carpet bombing of the pacific seismic ‘ring of fire’, since the machine was put on line in a continuous growth. There is indeed a pattern studied in other posts on the web of LHC’s starts and increases of energy followed by massive volcano and earthquake activity.

In the past decade of LHC activity, both earthquake and volcano activity have reached peaks not seen since World War II, when the carpet bombing of the Pacific ring of fire, clearly increased its activity.

Which brings us full circle to the creation of the atomic bomb and its effects on the magnetic field of the planet. Could these detonations rip a hole in the ionosphere or even the magnetosphere?

An article in Scientific American published a recent study by a space and atmospheric physicist at the University of Reading in the U.K. found that the concussion waves from bombs that were detonated in World War II were felt at the edge of space.

Christopher Scott claims that air raids over London in World War II released the energy of at least 300 lightning strikes. Scott said, and historical accounts from the ground attest to the far-reaching power of bombs like the 22,000-lb. British “Grand Slam.”

When the researchers looked at the ionosphere-response records around the time of 152 large Allied air raids in Europe, they found that the electron concentration significantly decreased due to the shock waves from the bombs.

Ingo Mueller-Wodarg, a planetary scientist at Imperial College London who was not involved in the study, said the research is “a neat demonstration of how the ionosphere is affected by activity on the ground, despite being many tens to hundreds of kilometers above the ground.”

The effects of the shock waves would be temporary, Scott said, lasting under a day. “The ionosphere is largely controlled by solar radiation,” he told Live Science. “The bombing represents a small impact by comparison.”

Scott added that the ionosphere weakening may have affected the efficiency of shortwave radio communication, which relied on the ionosphere to reflect the signals over long distances.

The Ionosphere and magnetosphere, regions of Earth’s atmosphere in which the number of electrically charged particles—ions and electrons—are large enough to affect the propagation of radio waves. The charged particles are created by the action of extraterrestrial radiation (mainly from the Sun) on neutral atoms and molecules of air.

More modern technologies, such as GPS, are affected by disturbances in the ionosphere. Another study published earlier this year found that the massive shock wave from a 2017 launch of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket created a temporary hole in the ionosphere, which may have disrupted navigation signals for an hour or two afterward.

It only goes to show that explosions from the Earth and massive power released from something like an Atomic Bomb, the large hadron Collider or even the array at the HAARP project certainly affects the magnetosphere and the ionosphere.

We know that the earth’s poles are shifting – never in our history have we experienced a poll shift where technology will have to endure the disruptions of the magnetic field and the pole flip.

New research suggests this change of direction is happening up to 10 times faster than previously thought.

That’s big news for scientists studying how the magnetic field shifts affect life on Earth, how our planet has evolved over time, and how we might be better able to predict the next reversal in the coming years.

Past palaeomagnetic studies have shown that the magnetic field could change direction at up to 1 degree a year, but the latest study suggests that movements of up to 10 degrees annually are possible.

That’s based on detailed computer simulations of the outer core made of nickel and iron some 2,800 kilometers (1,740 miles) below Earth’s surface, which controls our magnetic field.

Changes in our planet’s magnetic field leave traces in sediment, lava flows, and even human-made objects, though some educated guesswork is still required when it comes to working out how it’s shifting and over what period of time.

Quicker changes in direction seem to coincide with a local weakening of the magnetic field, the new research found. 

Many of us go through our day to dya activities without even noticing that the planet is changing and that we are adapting to those changes – slipping in and out of times and dimensions because of experiments that at least for the time being have not created any noticeable change.

Of course with the world the way it is now it is all debatable.

Something terribly strange has happened from the Atom Bomb to the Particle Accelerator – and the more we crank up the power, the more we can expect spooky actions with the use of our Promethean super powers.

So, perhaps Enrico Fermi was on to something when he thought the atomic bomb would send a signal into space or animate particles that could throw everything into a time warp.

You can’t be too cocksure of reality as it can immediately change at the flip of a quark cannon.