Another earthquake occurred today, March 8, 2010, 6 point something in Turkey, last week, in Chile, a few weeks before that Haiti (which killed over two hundred thousands) and you if check, you’ll discover there have been quakes around the world, including, the U.S. that have generally coincided with the operation of CERN. CERN is the biggest machine in the history of the world that was built to play with quantum physics. Anyone that doesn’t have a clue what quantum physics is I’ll try to give you the basic fundamentals.
Probably most of you know something about atoms, molecules, things that are very small, so small that you actually have to view them under some sort of microscope. Well, in quantum physics we’re talking about particles that are millions of times smaller. Electrons, protons, other items with stranger names, quarks, Higgs Boson (also known as the God particle) and other particles that are even smaller, so small you can’t actually see them, but you can perform experiments that demonstrate the existence of them.
Well, CERN was built with the idea to find these particles and prove the existence of them and ultimately find and prove the existence of the GOD PARTICLE!
But what do these particles actually do? To put it in a nutshell, they hold our Universe, our World together. CERN is playing with the things that give our Universe, our World, cohesion. These particles are swirling around at unbelievable speeds, all in their super small miniature solar systems (so to speak). Right now, Cern is only operating at about half-power and does not plan on going to full power until 2012 or there abouts.
The Large Hadron Collider was actually built to recreate the moment that the Universe was created. When these particles, that are smaller than the head of a pin, collided, creating our ever expanding Universe and ultimately the World we live in today!
LHC, Large Hadron Collider, started operation in 2008, and immediately had a malfunction which shut it down for over a year then as it was getting ready to restart, it had various smaller occurrences that kept it from starting sooner. One delay event was that a piece of bread supposedly fell on an exposed electrical conduit which shorted it out. They believed that perhaps a bird flying overhead dropped that piece of bread on that particular spot!
While most scientists would write off the event as a freak accident, two esteemed physicists have formulated a theory that suggests an alternative explanation: perhaps a time-traveling bird was sent from the future to sabotage the experiment. Bech Nielsen of the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen and Masao Ninomiya of the Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics in Kyoto, Japan, have published several papers over the past year arguing that the CERN experiment may be the latest in a series of physics research projects whose purposes are so unacceptable to the universe that they are doomed to fail, subverted by the future.
What they are talking about here, folks, is time travel. They believe the possibility exists that because of events that are about to transpire, unknown future calamities arise which predicate the people from the future to attempt to travel back and somehow change the past. They theorize that this would be taking place through the wormholes that the collider will possible produce. Anybody who knows anything about wormholes, and for those who don’t, understand that they do not allow you to pick the time frame that you will be transported back to, it’s kinda like, spinning the bottle and guess what century you’ll pop out in.
So with that in mind, I further theorize that the warnings from the past, such as the Mayan, the Chinese I Chang, and the so many others cultures from the past who have given warnings that all point to the fast approaching 2012, that these warnings were told them by time travelers who could not chose where they would emerge from through the wormholes! So these travelers did the best they could with the indigenous populations they encountered.
The Mayan God Kukulcan was light skinned, over 6 feet tall and had blue eyes! Go figure, right? This same (similarly portrayed God via artifacts) God traveled under different names according to whatever group of people he was encountering, from Mexico, to Central America, to South America. Could this God have been a time traveler giving the Mayans their advanced calendar, a calendar which many believe has dire warnings pertaining to the date, Dec. 21, 2012, the date that it ENDS! So what happens, who knows? But a lot of people do not know that they are playing around with this, take heed.
Tremors shake county (Citrus County FL) March 11, 2010
By Amanda Mims
Since Monday evening, residents from nearly all areas of Citrus County have felt tremors that shook homes and caused concern.
The cause of the tremors remains a mystery, said Citrus County Emergency Management Director Joe Eckstein.
Temors were still being felt in Homosassa and Floral City late Wednesday afternoon.
“One lady (early this week) said the dishes in her house were shaking on her shelf … The chandelier was shaking. It didn’t last long.”
The sheriff’s office received about 20 initial reports of similar incidents from around Citrus County that happened between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. Monday. The only area where residents had not reported tremors before Wednesday is Homosassa.
“It’s been all over the county,” he said. “There were also reports from Marion County residents from Monday evening.”
When Eckstein sent out e-mails to agency employees and other contacts in Citrus County earlier this week, he received about another 10 or 15 responses from people saying they felt the tremors too.
Most of those who contacted the sheriff’s office up until late Wednesday afternoon reported tremors that happened Monday but a few said they felt them Tuesday and Wednesday, he said.
No earthquakes have been recorded and Eckstein said they’ve looked into whether the tremors could be related to mining activites or a military bombing exercise but have no indication if those are possible causes.
“Everything’s come back negative. It’s just weird,” he said. “Everybody’s kind of clueless.”
No damage has been reported. The Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s geological department is investigating the matter and is interviewing people from Citrus County who experienced the tremors, Eckstein said.