Serious Scientists Suggest Hadron Collider May Be Sabotaging Itself From The Future

Jonathan Leake
London Times
Wednesday, Oct 21st, 2009

Explosions, scientists arrested for alleged terrorism, mysterious breakdowns — recently Cern’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has begun to look like the world’s most ill-fated experiment.

Is it really nothing more than bad luck or is there something weirder at work? Such speculation generally belongs to the lunatic fringe, but serious scientists have begun to suggest that the frequency of Cern’s accidents and problems is far more than a coincidence.

The LHC, they suggest, may be sabotaging itself from the future — twisting time to generate a series of scientific setbacks that will prevent the machine fulfilling its destiny.

At first sight, this theory fits comfortably into the crackpot tradition linking the start-up of the LHC with terrible disasters. The best known is that the £3 billion particle accelerator might trigger a black hole capable of swallowing the Earth when it gets going. Scientists enjoy laughing at this one.

This time, however, their ridicule has been rather muted — because the time travel idea has come from two distinguished physicists who have backed it with rigorous mathematics.

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TRUTH11 Comment

Scientists who scoff and laugh at the possability of the Hadron collider creating a black hole should remember back to the days of nuclear testing done by the US.  The scientists sat on lawn chairs with sunglasses on to watch the explosion. They did not make it.  At least they were the only ones harmed.  If the scientists are wrong again about this one… it would mean curtains for us all.   They should not continue this line of experimentation.  The risk is too great.


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