By Susan Duclos -
With the March 15, 2015 date of The European Organization for Nuclear Research, known as CERN, restarting the world's most powerful particle accelerator, using its collisional energy, a lot of speculation has been making its way throughout the Internet, some pointing out the "coincidence" of massive earthquakes being seen when CERN was activated previously, others talking blackholes, the humanity, gates of hell opening, and other scenarios... most are waved away as "conspiracy."
Which makes prior assertions from respected , and researchers, very noteworthy because when people like that start talking about opening wormholes or discovering other dimensions, it should make people sit up and take notice.
I ran acrross an excellent , shown below, followed the link to a website called "Face Like The Sun," and using the videoreferences, found an article from December 2014, titled "The Tower of Babel and Particle Accelerators," which not only delves into ancient technologies utilized to create the Tower of Babel, but connects CERN with biblical references and technologies, as well as providing, with citation and links, the quotes shown below:
Andy Parker, a professor of high energy physics at Cambridge is quoted as saying:
“What you’d expect is that as you reach the right energy, you suddenly see inside the extra dimensions, and gravity becomes big and strong instead of feeble and weak…There could be a whole universe full of galaxies and stars and civilisations and newspapers that we didn’t know about…That would be a big deal.” (Source)
In an article published by the Telegraph in 2008 titled Time travelers from the future ‘could be here in weeks,’ coinciding the launch of the LHC, many comments about the potential of this device creating wormholes were made. In one such example:
“Prof Aref’eva and Dr Volovich believe the LHC could create wormholes and so allow a form of time travel. ‘We realised that closed timelike curves and wormholes could also be a result of collisions of particles,’ Prof Aref’eva says. (Source)
Then there was the mention from the website Science Guardian dot com, in an article titled CERN Challenges the gods, that there are apparently, “three dangers inherent in the CERN insistence on going full speed ahead despite all the warning signals: strangelets turning into a smoking asteroid the size of a baseball park, a micro black hole swallowing the earth from the core outwards, if not the sun, and/or the generation of a huge amount of energy equivalent to a thermonuclear bomb per second.” (Source)
The entire article those quotes came from is a very informative read, everyone should click over and check it out.
Knowing that these theories, comments and concerns are not just coming from those considered "conspiracy theorists" speculating, but rather from scientific minds, should be extremely concerning, especially for those that believe entities from other dimensions, or that could come through wormholes, are indeed creatures from hell.
Face Like The Sun concludes the article with the following:
Could the development of such devices as the Large Hadron Collider be a strong indication, that we live once again in the days of Noah, and the days of Lot? Could we be on the brink of re-discovering an occult science that will usher in the beast system once and for all, and trigger the events of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ?
Are we about to witness the gates of hell opening, literally?
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The LHC consists of a 27-kilometre ring of superconducting magnets with a number of accelerating structures to boost the energy of the particles along the way. Inside the accelerator, two high-energy particle beams travel at close to the light before they are made to collide. The beams travel in opposite directions in separate beam pipes – two tubes kept at ultrahigh vacuum. They are guided around the accelerator ring by a strong magnetic field maintained by superconducting electromagnets. The electromagnets are built from coils of special electric cable that operates in a superconducting state, efficiently conducting electricity without resistance or loss of energy. This requires chilling the magnets to ‑271.3°C – a temperature colder than outer space. For this reason, much of the accelerator is connected to a distribution system of liquid helium, which cools the magnets, as well as to other supply services. (Source)
Credit To Susan Duclos
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
In the near future, when the Islamic Republic of Iran goes to war, it will do so accompanied by robotic soldiers, an Iranian general said earlier today. Reported in Iran’s state-owned Fars News Service, it’s a scary-sounding pronouncement about a fairly mundane technological advance.
If delivered as promised, the robots will carry machine guns and rockets and be remote controlled. The U.S. Army has experimented with armed robots like that for years, and last year, an American general said he expected robots to replace one-quarter of combat soldiers by the middle of the century.
And it’s not just technologically advanced militaries are doing this. In Syria in 2013, rebels against Assad’s government used a remote-control machine gun robot to look and shoot around corners without putting a human in harm's way. Right now, a group is crowdfunding a remote-control tank and turret forUkraine. 'Robot soldiers' is an ominous way of putting it, but remote-controlled guns on wheels are an increasingly common part of war.
Iran also has a history of exaggerated military technology boasts, so we’d postpone any doomsaying until the robots move from remote-control to autonomous warriors.
Credit to Popular Science
If anyone had devised a way to create a genetically engineered baby, I figured George Church would know about it. At his labyrinthine laboratory on the Harvard Medical School campus, you can find researchers giving E. Coli a novel genetic code never seen in nature. Around another bend, others are carrying out a plan to use DNA engineering to resurrect the woolly mammoth. His lab, Church likes to say, is the center of a new technological genesis—one in which man rebuilds creation to suit himself.
When I visited the lab last June, Church proposed that I speak to a young postdoctoral scientist named Luhan Yang, a Harvard recruit from Beijing who’d been a key player in developing a new, powerful technology for editing DNA called CRISPR-Cas9. With Church, Yang had founded a small company to engineer the genomes of pigs and cattle, sliding in beneficial genes and editing away bad ones.
As I listened to Yang, I waited for a chance to ask my real questions: Can any of this be done to human beings? Can we improve the human gene pool? The position of much of mainstream science has been that such meddling would be unsafe, irresponsible, and even impossible. But Yang didn’t hesitate. Yes, of course, she said.
In fact, the Harvard laboratory had a project to determine how it could be achieved. She flipped open her laptop to a PowerPoint slide titled “Germline Editing Meeting.” Here it was: a technical proposal to alter human heredity.
Credit to Skywatch.com
Credit to Skywatch.com
If there's one thing the Founding Fathers cared about, it was liberty. And some constitutional experts say the last thing they would've wanted was an unelected bureaucracy that could steal your property, your rights, and even your freedom.
But conservatives say the federal bureaucratic state has become so huge that it's now a de facto fourth, and perhaps the most powerful, branch of government.
Richard Kelsey, assistant dean of George Mason Law School, says the Founding Fathers were clear and deliberate about what they'd allow constitutionally.
"They took a lot of time trying to figure out how to get this right. Remember, they had the Articles of Confederation first -- didn't work. So we got together, had a constitutional convention, and we spent a lot of time trying to figure out, 'How do we make this delicate balance of power?'" Kelsey told CBN News.
The Founders decided only the politicians in Congress, those closest to and most easily held accountable by the voters, could make the laws that would rein over, and even threaten, those voters.
"They're supposed to make the laws, propose the laws, be answerable to the people, and the president is not a lawmaker," Kelsey said. "His job is to either say 'no to this law' or 'yes to this law.'
But the unceasing, cancerous growth of the executive branch's bureaucratic agencies has upset this careful balance and made unelected bureaucrats super-powerful.
"They're like a fourth branch of government now, and they are unaccountable," Hans von Spakovsky, a senior legal fellow at the Heritage Foundation, told CBN News.
"They are unanswerable to the voters," he added. "And they can get away with just about anything they want without any consequences."
That's allowed modern presidents to basically take the law into their own hands, and President Barack Obama has made this his forte.
"What he is doing now is he's saying, 'Hey, Congress isn't working. It's not doing what I want. I'll go around Congress.' Nothing allows him to do that," Kelsey charged.
"It's not even being hidden anymore," he said. "The president has come right out and said, 'If the Congress won't act, I will act.' And he's doing it through these bureaucracies."
Now those bureaucracies literally wield life-and-death power over people.
"They are issuing regulations with criminal penalties," von Spakovsky noted. "That's something that only Congress should be able to do. And yet these unelected bureaucrats have the ability now to declare that certain actions will potentially land you in jail. That's how powerful they've become."
In many cases, you don't even have to know you were guilty of disobeying these regulations, which are now basically a new type of law, to be penalized.
"The famous saying is 'ignorance of the law is no defense.' But that's before we started making hundreds of thousands of laws every year," Kelsey explained.
"In fact, lawmakers are ignorant of the law. If you remember from the Affordable Care Act, a.k.a., Obamacare, they said, 'We have to pass it before we know what's in it,'" he said.
And even though Republicans have begun talking about reining in some of the regulatory agencies, critics warn the power of the bureaucrats has been growing for years and Capitol Hill hasn't stopped them.
"Congress over the years has delegated too much of its power to all of these administrative agencies," von Spakovsky said.
Kelsey warned, "So now you have essentially a shadow government in these federal agencies that is running our country, that is determining how the IRS enforces its tax regulations, how the EPA affects your land and your property and your business."
"We are empowering this huge federal government that can restrict our liberties, restrict our freedom, restrict our economic opportunities in this country," von Spakovsky said. "And it's almost impossible to fight back against these agencies."
Credit to CBN
It’s 7:35 a.m. on a Friday in the not-too-distant future as you grab your keys and leave for work. It’s payday. Your thoughts turn to the weekend ahead as you’re looking forward to a restful weekend with your family. You’ve had enough of the headlines, the news, and the websites that seem to publish nothing but bad news nationally and internationally. Rumors of war, economic collapse, race wars, and terrorist “chatter.” Fear porn, they call it, and you’re sick of it. After all, we made it through 9/11, the economic stress of 2008, events before and after and we’re still here. Anyway, you’ve got enough of you own problems to handle. It’s been a bad week.
Your doctor’s office called on Tuesday and informed you that your diabetic medication is not working and they are switching you to injectable insulin. Your wife is due to give birth to her third child, but there might be some complications. You also need to remodel your suburban home to accommodate your new addition. Your transmission is on the fritz and the mechanic says that he can get a used one installed for just under $1,200, money that you were saving for the hospital co-payment next month. Your money, it seems to be in great demand for too many things, yet the economy is supposedly getting better.
As you wait in line at the Starbucks drive-thru, your thoughts turn to your visit the night before with your elderly mother in the nursing home in the city. She seems to be going downhill, and she’s been sleeping more than usual. Your in-laws live across the country, and might not have the time or money to visit when the baby is born. You can’t wait until the work day is over, when you can go home, turn on the television and chill out. That is, of course, if you can avoid your pesky neighbor who has long been wearing on you, constantly blabbing about “being prepared for the worst.”
What are you going to do when the system collapses?
As you approach the drive-thru window, you find yourself cursing your neighbor under your breath. You’ve had just about all you can take of his constant yammering about hyper-inflation and bank closures, conspiracy nonsense about false flag attacks, and whatever this persistent bearer of bleakness has to say during his incessant warnings. After all, your money is insured by the FDIC, the supermarket is full of fresh produce and aisles of food, gas prices are lower than they’ve been in years, employment is up according to the nightly news, and things are as normal as they’ve always been.
That guy needs help, you think. Is he trying to sell me precious metals? He keeps telling me to prepare and protect my money, get food, water, and even a gun. What in the hell would I do with a gun? Why carry money – my debit card works fine. Food? The store is 3 minutes away, and it’s open 24 hours a day. What an idiot, you think, and as you look around, you actually begin to chuckle at his doomsday musings. Damn fool, just like on those “prepper” shows. He can’t scare me, these things won’t happen here, and even in the off chance they did, there would be plenty of notice.
Lacking actual cash, you hand your debit card through the window and take your $4.00 cup of coffee in return, arriving at your office 20 minutes later. As you power-up your computer at your desk, you scan your email, finding yet another message from your neighbor. The subject line reads “economic collapse imminent – get your money out of the banks.” Shaking your head in disbelief, you mutter a few choice words about his sanity and delete the email without opening it. Having your own problems, you force your thoughts back to work while waiting for the weekend to begin.
Just before lunch, you see several co-workers surrounding a small television in the break room. They are looking intently at the images on the screen that switch from clashes between protesters and police in the streets to people raiding grocery stores. The scene switches to cars lined up at gas stations, reminiscent to the gas lines of the 1970’s. A few fights break out among the drivers, but no police are in sight. As you see the images flash across the screen, you ask, to no one in particular, what country is this? Your question is met with frightened stares… it’s happening here, in our city, and it’s live someone says.
You walk back to your desk to call your wife, who by now should be on her way to a follow-up doctor’s appointment. You can’t get a signal as there is no signal. You decide to leave work early along with most of your co-workers. You decide to fill up your gas tank before things get bad, only to find that the few gas stations that are open are only accepting cash. Realizing you have none, you go to the nearest ATM only to find that the bank is closed and offline. You meet the same fate with all of the ATMs you try. The $2.34 in change in your center console is of little value, as gas prices are rising by the hour at the hands of gouging station operators.
Thoughts turn to your wife. Continued attempts at getting a cell phone signal fail, and you decide to drive home to hopefully find your wife, regroup and get your two children from school. Your trip home is far from the usual serene journey of yesterday and the days before. You are forced to take the back roads to avoid groups of protesters, looters and young people who seem to be forming into roving gangs. You think about your gas situation, noting that you’ve got just above a quarter-tank. But you do a five-gallon can half-filled with gas for the lawn mower at home, so it should get you through the weekend. Maybe, you hope.
As you arrive home you are unable to open your garage door, noticing that the power is out at your house and throughout the entire neighborhood. You leave your car on the driveway and rush in to your house, finding your wife seated at the kitchen table, listening to an old portable radio. She’s got her head in her hands and has been crying, saying that she was blocked from getting to her doctor’s appointment by power outages and gridlock. She barely made it home without being carjacked.
She’s trembling as you hold her in your arms, and she explains, in staccato fashion that everything is on lockdown, including the schools. Parents will be notified when their children will be “released.” The government has declared a bank holiday and no one is able to get any cash from their accounts until at least next week. The shelves of the grocery stores have already been stripped down to nearly nothing, and it’s dangerous, if not impossible, to take a trip to the store. As you open your cupboards and pantry, you realize that you barely have enough food to last the weekend. Fear begins to coalesce in the pit of your stomach as the unthinkable begins to sink in.
It’s your neighbor, you think, it’s his fault. And people like him. If he wasn’t such a pain, promoting all this doom, gloom fear, none of this would be happening. It’s because of all of his dire predictions that this is happening. If he would just have kept his mouth shut, kept his dire warnings to himself, people wouldn’t be reacting like this.
As your anger and fear mount, there’s a knock on the door. You peer out the window to see who it could be, given the rioting, street closures, and now, roving gangs. It’s your pesky neighbor. You walk to the door and angrily swing it open, ready to give him a piece of your mind. Before you can talk, though, he begins.
“I’ve been doing my best to warn you that this was coming, and now it’s here. I wanted to stop by because I know your wife is 8 months pregnant and your children are stuck at school. I just wanted to let you know that I’ve put aside some provisions for you to help you through this mess, to get you by for a week or two, or until we can figure out what we can do.”
You tell him that you’ll be fine, the police will never let the looting get to your street with the high taxes you pay. It’s an upscale neighborhood. Once things calm down, the power and other utilities will be restored and things will be back to normal.
He then tells you that the police are strained with riots, rapes and murders and are not responding to any calls, according to his scanner and his contacts with his fellow “preppers.” The gangs have emptied pharmacies and nursing homes of pharmaceuticals, and have even set some ablaze. The gangs are growing in number and size, and that de facto Martial Law has been declared in all urban areas across the nation. The Russians have just declared a state of “military readiness” against the United States. A statement is expected by the Oval Office later tonight.
Standing in stunned silence, you think about our mother, your children, your wife, your home, and the lifestyle you once knew. Unable to speak, your neighbor places his hand on your shoulder and tells you to come over to his house to take some supplies back. He adds that nothing is normal now, and it won’t be changing anytime soon.
“We’ve got to stick together to survive,” he says.
As he turns to leave, you tell him you’re sorry for laughing at his “doom porn.”
“Doom porn. You know, fear porn. Silly conspiracies. I never thought anything like this would everhappen, not in America,” you say.
With a slight smile, he replies, “I never heard you say that to me. It wouldn’t have mattered anyway. There will always be people who refuse to believe it will ever happen to us. I just happen not to be one of them.”
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