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Posted on July 5th, 2022 by Clyde Lewis

CERN is once again starting up today. The Large Hadron Collider is going to increase its power load and push it to 13.6 trillion electron volts. The reason is not entirely apparent as 10 years ago it was believed the scientists at CERN had discovered the Higgs-Boson or God Particle. The concerns about CERN are indeed warranted as interests have peaked with TV shows like Stranger Things, depicting the idea that an upside-down or a mirror universe is possible. The past is changing and it appears future events are already affecting the present. The only way to change the outcome is to continually change the game undefined open up a new rabbit hole and force everyone into Wonderland. Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks with CERN particle physicist, Dr. James Beacham about AS THE WORLD CERNS.


As many of you already know I spent part of my week and weekend in Roswell, New Mexico for the 75th anniversary of the flying disc crash that has been the basic catalyst for the contemporary UFO conspiracy and cover-up. Even though the obvious topic that was addressed was the post-war protocols of dealing with a strange object from what is believed to be from another planet undefined the topic that was fighting to be heard at the gathering was the reports that the Large Hadron Collider was about to start up again on July 5th.

The concern is that the Large Hadron Collider this time is going to increase its power load and push it to 13.6 trillion electron Volts. The reason is not quite clear as 10 years ago it was believed that the scientists at CERN have discovered the Higgs Boson or God Particle.

The worldundefineds largest and most powerful particle collider started back up in April after a three-year break for upgrades in preparation for its third run.

Today, it will begin its run around the clock for nearly four years at a record energy of 13.6 trillion electron volts, the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) announced at a press briefing last week.

It will send two beams of protons – particles in the nucleus of an atom – in opposite directions at nearly the speed of light around a 27-kilometre (17-mile) ring buried 100 meters under the Swiss-French border.

The resulting collisions will be recorded and analyzed by thousands of scientists as part of a raft of experiments, including ATLAS, CMS, ALICE and LHCb, which will use the enhanced power to probe dark matter, dark energy and other fundamental mysteries.

The new energy rate will allow them to further investigate the Higgs boson, which the Large Hadron Collider first observed on July, 4 2012.

Since that time it has been the concern of many people that the Higgs boson experiments have been unstable and that quite possibly we are seeing some strange things going on on our reality undefined it is as if space time has been tinkered with in a big way.

Scientists say that we have nothing to worry about but others say that what is happening is certainly putting the earth in jeopardy as a quark cannon firing that much power under the earth can cause seismic disturbances and problems with the earth’s magnetic field.

There is also the possibility of a mini black hole that can become unstable and swallow the entire planet into oblivion or force us into a mirror universe.

Some say the first discovery of the Higgs boson has already put the universe in jeopardy and it will be a matter of time where we discover that the time bubble has burst and that we will see what Einstein called spooky actions at a distance where quantum nightmares become realities in real time.

While I was in Roswell with all of the UFO panels and stories being told, there were still questions being asked about the safety of these experiments. The interest actually was evident even though the whole purpose of the event was to remember what happened in 1947 when the Army air force claimed to have recovered a flying disc near Roswell, New Mexico.

The concerns about CERN are indeed warranted as interests have been peaked with TV shows like Stranger Things undefined being popular and the idea of an upside down or a mirror universe is possible.

But the event of undefinedStranger Thingsundefined isnundefinedt the only thing that people were watching over the Fourth of July weekend.

It is interesting that NETFLIX reported that one of the Top ten most watched films over the 4th of July Weekend is the Stephen King Movie undefinedThe Mist.undefined

This horror film seems to have has a renaissance of sorts as many people maybe looking for similarities between the story of the Mist and the possibility that the Large Hadron Collider is being used as a sophisticated mechanism to open a portal to hell- or the abyss.

The Mist is a terrifying film about how people discover that a military project called The Arrowhead project releases a strange mist that has tentacled blood sucking creatures and insects hidden in the thick and nebulous unknown.

The Arrowhead Project is a military experiment performed in Shaymore, apparently intended to create a trans-dimensional window with which to peer through into other dimensions.

Though it was never made certain in either the novella or the finished film whether or not the Arrowhead Project truly was what released the Mist and the creatures in it into our universe, the original script for the film included a prologue scene. In it, the scientists and military at the Arrowhead Project base successfully opened a portal to another dimension inside a tank.

However, lightning from a major storm struck the base, causing the portal to begin to expand and the Mist and the creatures began to pour through.

Despite the Arrowhead Project personnelundefineds attempts to close the portal, the creatures broke out of the tank which the portal was contained in, allowing the Mist to flood into the base and then presumably begin to spread across the country also as well as the world

On July 1st, the NETFLIX television series undefinedStranger Thingsundefined was wrapping up, which of course, deals with the subject of a doorway or a portal being opened up in Hawkins Indiana by scientists working for the U.S. Department of Energy.

It is also assumed that some of the secret operations at the facility are controlled by the CIA or NSA, and was one of several national laboratories which grew out of the scientific endeavors of atomic and particle research programs of post World War II.

According to the fictional story , an alien biological growth, stemming from the other dimension, consumed the lower levels of the lab. Despite the labundefineds attempts at containing the growth, the Stargate or portal was able to grow to a gargantuan size with a series of tunnels extending from it beneath Hawkins.

These tunnels and doorways released various creatures form the other dimension. Once creature the Demogorgon was a hideous beast with multiple mandibles and the predatory speed of a mountain lion.

The other was a monstrous spider like creature called the Mind flayer.
Even though the show Stranger Things is considered one of the best science fiction stories of the decade undefined it is loosely based on true accounts of  various mind control and dimension experimentation that was carried out in Montauk New York.

Rumors that the US government had been conducting experiments in psychological warfare and dimensional leaping through Remote viewing in Montauk at either Camp Hero or the Montauk Air Force Station began to bubble up in the mid-1980s.

Preston B. Nichols legitimized the theorizing when he detailed the supposed events in a series of books. In The Montauk Project: Experiments in Time, Nichols recovered repressed memories about his stint as a subject in a mysterious experiment; soon, others involved with the Montauk Project came forward to corroborate some of Nichols claims.

Another story about Montauk includes the idea that the Department of Energy opened a portal into another Universe, which allegedly was discovered during a top-secret test called the Philadelphia Experiment.

In October 1943, the US military supposedly conducted secret experiments in the naval shipyard in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on a quest to discover a way to foil Nazi radar so that they could safely transport supplies to the Allies in Europe. The Navy has never admitted to any of these tests taking place, but according to conspiracy theorists as far back as 1955, it not only succeeded in uncovering how to make its ships invisible to radar, but accidentally managed to cause a battleship to travel into a mirror universe.

The Navy denies that any such experiment occurred, however, there were at least two men that claimed that they were a part of the test.

Al Bielek claimed that he had repressed memories of being on The Navy destroyer U.S.S. Eldridge—the ship that was accidentally transported through time.

Bielek claimed that, sometime in the 1940s, Nikola Tesla figured out how to make the U.S.S. Eldridge invisible and, in the process, opened up a time wormhole into the future that sucked in the ship. He and a man named Duncan Cameron were on board, jumping off the vessel and landing at Montauk’s Camp Hero — on August 12th, 1983. The military promptly sent them back through the wormhole with a mission: destroy the equipment on the Eldridge. According to Bielek, the brothers completed their mission, though that didn’t stop the government from doing more experiments on building portals into the future.

Sometime in the 1950s, surviving researchers from the original Project Rainbow began to discuss the project with an eye to continuing the research into technical aspects of manipulating the electromagnetic bottle that had been used to make the USS Eldridge (DE-173) invisible, and the reasons and possible military applications of the psychological effects of the magnetic field.

A report was supposedly prepared and presented to the United States Congress, and was soundly rejected as far too dangerous. So a proposal was made directly to the United States Department of Defense promising a powerful new weapon that could drive an enemy insane, inducing the symptoms of schizophrenia at the touch of a button.

Without Congressional approval, the project would have to be top secret and secretly funded. The Department of Defense approved. Funding supposedly came from a cache of US$10 billion in Nazi gold recovered from a train found by U.S. soldiers in a train tunnel in France. The train was blown up and all the soldiers involved were killed. When those funds ran out, additional funding was secured from ITT and Krupp AG in Germany.

Work then began at Brookhaven National Laboratory on Long Island, New York under the name Phoenix Project, but it was soon realized that the project required a large radar dish, and installing one at Brookhaven would compromise the security of the project. Luckily, the U.S. Air Force had a decommissioned base at Montauk, New York, not far from Brookhaven, which had a complete Semi-Automatic Ground Environment (SAGE) radar installation. The site was large and remote (Montauk was not yet a tourist attraction) and water access would allow equipment to be moved in and out undetected.

Equipment was moved to Camp Hero at the Montauk base in the late 1960s, and installed in an underground bunker beneath the base. According to conspiracy theorists, to mask the nature of the project the site was closed in 1969 and donated as a wildlife refuge/park, with the provision that everything underground would remain the property of the Air Force (although, in reality, the base remained in operation until the 1980s).

The facility was expanded to as many as twelve levels and several hundred workers, without anyone in the town noticing the tons of building materials or hundreds of workers required. Some reports have the facility extending under the town of Montauk itself.

Homeless people were abducted and subjected to huge amounts of electromagnetic radiation. Few survived.

Experiments were conducted in teleportation, remote viewing and psychokinesis.

It was claimed that a “porthole in time” was created which allowed researchers to travel anywhere in time or space. This was developed into a stable “Time Tunnel”.

It was reported that a monster traveled through the time tunnel, destroyed equipment, and devoured researchers. The tunnel was shut down and the creature destroyed much of the equipment.

After the experiments were completed or the destruction of the facility, depending on which book you read, the facility was closed for good, all the staff were brainwashed, shot, or sworn to absolute secrecy, and all records destroyed.

The experiments in opening a portal in time have been going on since World War II.

Scientists have always been working on the Einstein-Rosen Bridge conduit in order bend space-time and with powerful magnets and particle accelerators, the idea of opening a portal to a different dimensions is no longer science fiction.

While science fiction movies and television shows use predictive programming and hypothetical scenarios with regard to wormholes – the reality that something miraculous has happened is compelling.

If space is infinite and the distribution of matter is sufficiently uniform on large scales, then even the most unlikely events must take place somewhere. In particular, there are infinitely many other inhabited planets, including not just one but infinitely many with people with the same appearance, name and memories as you. Indeed, there are infinitely many other regions the size of our observable universe, where every possible cosmic history is played out.

Right after the first season of Stranger things aired on Netflix, Chelsea Handler, a talk show host on the network invited United States Secretary of Energy, Ernest Moniz on to discuss Climate Change.

On her TV show, she asked Moniz about how he felt about how the TV show says that the Department of Energy in the show has opened a portal to hell or the upside down.

Moniz gave a reply that surprised everyone.

“I can tell you first of all that I have never seen it, but I’m aware of it,” Moniz said. “Secondly, I believe this fictional D.O.E. laboratory was operating in the 1980s. You can draw any inference you need from that. Third, I will note that actually we do work in parallel universes.”

Moniz went into a little more detail about how the real US Department of Energy oversees such efforts.

“We are also a big supporter of very basic science and that includes trying to understand the basic particles of nature and the structure of the universe,” he said. “Theoretical physics … looks at things like higher dimensions than three dimensions, and parallel universes.”

If people only had the time to investigate they would realize that what he is saying is true-and that CERNundefineds Large Hadron Collider is one of many research facilities that aims to open up a portal undefined where if it is stable enough could create time differences and time travel.

These colliders are underground all over the United States. These colliders are smaller versions of what we now know is being fired up at CERN.

What is most interesting is that for a year now, the experiments at many of the other super colliders have continued even though scientists like Stephen Hawking and others have considered the act of smashing atoms to find god, a potentially dangerous operation.

So far, all of the warnings about a machine open the gates of hell or even a portal to a multiverse like the “Upside Down” in Stranger Things have been found to be fruitless, and the experiments continue unabated as we uncomfortably wonder if they are indeed, safe.

However, the truth is not as comfortable as one would hope.

As a result of how quickly our universe expanded, scientists say that there is reason to believe that there are “bubble universes”. Alternate universes may have sectioned off during creation, forming their own realities.

Using the “eternal inflation” approach to the cosmos, everything exists in a vacuum but still has energy. Think of this theory like a big, cosmological pot of boiling water. The bubbles roil, bouncing off and into one another. These bubbles resulted from those universal collisions.

These collisions are what drive scientists to replicate them in conditions provided by the Large Hadron Collider. According to Einstein’s general theory of relativity, any large amounts of matter or energy will distort the space and time that surrounds it.

If the energy or mass is large enough, it is claimed that time can be distorted so much that it folds back on itself, creating a wormhole, or time tunnel, between the present and the future.

Although the implications may seem crazy, this spatially infinite cosmological model is, in fact, the simplest and most popular one out there. It is part of the cosmological concordance model, which agrees with all current observational evidence and is used as the basis for most calculations and simulations presented at cosmology conferences. In contrast, alternatives such as a fractal universe, a closed universe and a multiply connected universe have been seriously challenged by observations.

At Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Eastern Tennessee, physicist Leah Broussard is trying to open a portal to a parallel universe. She calls it an “oscillation” that would lead her to “mirror matter,” but the idea is fundamentally the same.

While CERN gets all of the press undefined the Oak Ridge experiments should not be ignored.

For weeks, social media posts claimed that the Oak Ridge National Laboratory was experimenting on ways to find a parallel universe.  Now the scientists there are trying to do a bit of public relations  damage control -as in the beginning they were boasting about opening a Portal to a mirror universe undefined but now are backtracking and saying that they used the term, undefinedportal,undefined figuratively.

Research scientist, Leah Broussard, who leads the project, said in a video shared by ORNL on Tuesday that they are exploring the connection between neutrons and dark matter. The project is focused on finding out if neutrons can move through walls, not a parallel universe.

“For a particle physicist, when we use the word ‘portal’ it’s figurative,” she said. “We’re looking for new ways that the matter we know and understand that makes up our universe might interact with the dark matter that makes up majority of the universe, which we don’t understand.”

However, on February 11, 2016, researchers at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) announced the detection of gravitational waves for the first time. As predicted by Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, these waves result from massive objects merging, which causes ripples through spacetime that can be detected.

Since then, astrophysicists have theorized countless ways that gravitational waves could be used to study physics beyond the standard models of gravity and particle physics and advance our understanding of the Universe.

To date, gravitational waves have been proposed as a means of studying dark matter, the interiors of neutron stars and supernovae, mergers between supermassive black holes, and more.

In a recent study, a team of physicists from the University of Amsterdam and Harvard University has proposed a way where gravitational waves could be used to search for ultralight bosons around rotating black holes. This method could not only offer a new way to discern the properties of binary black holes but could lead to the discovery of new particles beyond the Standard Model.

But another astounding prediction remains unconfirmed: According to general relativity, every gravitational wave should leave an indelible imprint on the structure of space-time. It should permanently strain space, displacing the mirrors of a gravitational wave detector even after the wave has passed.

Since that first detection almost six years ago, physicists have been trying to figure out how to measure this so-called “memory effect.”

A memory effect is a net change in matter distribution due to radiation. It is a classically observable effect that takes place in the asymptotic region of spacetime. The study of memory effects started in gravitational physics where the effect is manifested as a permanent displacement in a configuration of test particles due to gravitational waves. Recently, analogous effects have been studied in the context of gauge theories.

These echoes can be observed by all of us -and some of us already are aware that perhaps there have been subtle changes to the time line, where the past has somehow changed and communal memory has changed.

Some call it that Mandela Effect, which of course, is not necessarily scientific and collective memory is not always reliant but  that does not stop the theories that perhaps these experiments have pushed us into a different position in space time and that we have not felt the repercussions yet.

However, the earth has responded and so has the universe.

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.

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

It would be instantaneous destruction of the earth in one dimension and a quick conversion to another, however, the earth would have to adjust to its new position in space-time.

Two years ago, there was a report about how there were some scientists that were worried that perhaps the Higgs-Boson was never stable and that the end of the universe could, theoretically, have already begun.

Physicists at Harvard published a study in the journal Physical Review D about the chance that the particle would destabilize and how long our universe has to live, based on the speed of destruction and the size of the universe.

If the Higgs boson lost stability, it would severely disrupt physics, chemistry, and life. However, the universe is big enough that the disruption might not destroy Earth for a long time.

However, the earth would show signs that it was thrust into a new environment even on a quantum level. The result would be the weakening of the magnetic field, an abrupt pole shift, devastating earthquakes in places not prone to quakes, weather disruptions, and an increase in volcanic eruptions.

Two months ago NASA reported that  something strange is happening with our Universe and how quickly it’s expanding. Scientists have been studying new data from the Hubble Space Telescope. They say the expansion rate has become much quicker compared to the expectations.

Observations also showed other galaxies are moving away from our Milky Way faster. But scientists cannot yet figure out why, so all they’re saying for now is that something bizarre is underway.

NASA officials said in a recent press release that:

“The cause of this discrepancy remains a mystery. But Hubble data, encompassing a variety of cosmic objects that serve as distance markers, support the idea that something weird is going on, possibly involving brand new physics.”

Knowing about the cosmic bubble theory, and the dimensional thrust form an unstable particle — makes you wonder if perhaps Stephen Hawking was right.

Is CERN refiring its quark cannon at a higher power in order to correct what is happening in the space time continuum.. could this make matters worse?

Past experiments have determined the mass of the Higgs boson, as well as more than 60 composite particles predicted by the Standard Model, such as the tetraquark.

But observing particles is only part of the job.

Among the Large Hadron Colliderundefineds nine experiments is ALICE, which probes the matter that existed in the first 10 microseconds after the Big Bang, and LHCf, which uses the collisions to simulate cosmic rays.

After this run, the collider will come back in 2029 as the High-Luminosity LHC, increasing the number of detectable events by a factor of 10.

Beyond that, the scientists are planning a Future Circular Collider – a 100-kilometre ring that aims to reach energies of a whopping 100 trillion electronvolts.

This is out of control -and we may not be told all of what is happening and how it is affecting all of us on earth.

Nor will we sense the distortion of the circle of time undefined unless someone notices that things are out of synch.

According to the memory effect, after the passing of the wave, the circle should remain permanently deformed by a tiny amount. The reason why has to do with the particularities of gravity as described by general relativity.

In general relativity, where space-time is stretched and squashed in different directions depending on the motions of bodies, a potential dictates more than just the potential energy at a location — it dictates the shape of space-time.

How, exactly, will a passing wave distort space-time? The possibilities are literally infinite, and, puzzlingly, these possibilities are also equivalent to one another. In this manner, space-time is like an infinite game of Boggle.

The classic Boggle game has 16 six-sided dice arranged in a four-by-four grid, with a letter on each side of each die. Each time a player shakes the grid, the dice clatter around and settle into a new arrangement of letters. Most configurations are distinguishable from one another, but all are equivalent in a larger sense. They are all at rest in the lowest-energy state that the dice could possibly be in. When a gravitational wave passes through, it shakes the cosmic Boggle board, changing space-time from one wonky configuration to another. But space-time remains in its lowest-energy state.

That characteristic — that you can change the board, but in the end things fundamentally stay the same — suggests the presence of hidden symmetries in the structure of space-time.

We can already see that there are hidden symmetries that when revealed point to the unbelievable conclusion that perhaps space time has already been squashed and that perhaps the world as we knew it is now gone at that we are in another time line where things do not seem to be uniform and that the most outrageous things are taking place.

Scientists already knew the symmetries of the world according to special relativity, where space-time is flat and featureless. In such a smooth world, everything looks the same regardless of where you are, which direction you’re facing, and the speed at which you’re moving. These properties correspond to the translational, rotational and boost symmetries, respectively. The physicists expected that infinitely far from all the matter in the universe, in a region referred to as “asymptotically flat,” these simple symmetries would reemerge.

To their surprise, they found an infinite set of symmetries in addition to the expected ones. The new “supertranslation” symmetries indicated that individual sections of space-time could be stretched, squeezed and sheared, and the behavior in this infinitely distant region would remain the same.

The past is changing and it appears future events are already affecting the present. The only way to change to out come is to continually change the game undefined open up a new rabbit hole and force everyone into wonderland.



Dr. James Beacham [ https://jbbeacham.com ] is a particle physicist at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, where he hunts for dark matter, gravitons, quantum black holes, and dark photons as a member of the ATLAS collaboration, one of the teams that discovered the Higgs boson in 2012. In addition to his research, he is a frequent speaker at popular sci/tech/art events around the world (with a large following on TikTok), and regularly appears on radio shows, podcasts, and in TV series and documentaries. His talk, “How we explore unanswered questions in physics”, was featured on TED.com [ https://www.ted.com/talks/james_beacham_how_we_explore_unanswered_questions_in_physics ] and has been viewed more than 1.6 million times. Beacham is also an experimental filmmaker and regularly collaborates with other artists.