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Could the Large Hadron Collider be sabotaging itself from the future, as some physicists say

 
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Could the Large Hadron Collider be sabotaging itself from the future, as some physicists say
Well now what do you think about that????


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Re: Could the Large Hadron Collider be sabotaging itself from the future, as some physicists say
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.

What Holger Bech Nielsen, of the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen, and Masao Ninomiya of the Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics in Kyoto, are suggesting is that the Higgs boson, the particle that physicists hope to produce with the collider, might be “abhorrent to nature”.

What does that mean? According to Nielsen, it means that the creation of the boson at some point in the future would then ripple backwards through time to put a stop to whatever it was that had created it in the first place.

This, says Nielsen, could explain why the LHC has been hit by mishaps ranging from an explosion during construction to a second big bang that followed its start-up. Whether the recent arrest of a leading physicist for alleged links with Al-Qaeda also counts is uncertain.

Nielsen’s idea has been likened to that of a man travelling back through time and killing his own grandfather. “Our theory suggests that any machine trying to make the Higgs shall have bad luck,” he said.

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Re: Could the Large Hadron Collider be sabotaging itself from the future, as some physicists say
Wow!!
That so totally fits in with a lot of other information on here lately!

This is an incredible article OP... Thanks!!

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Re: Could the Large Hadron Collider be sabotaging itself from the future, as some physicists say
Interesting. I heard this theory a few months ago. It sure seems like this could be happening.
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Re: Could the Large Hadron Collider be sabotaging itself from the future, as some physicists say
remember when the bird dropped the bread in it ! lolz
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Re: Could the Large Hadron Collider be sabotaging itself from the future, as some physicists say
Their is a third way to time travel. It's getting messy. I'll post it when I put it all together in words. (10 words or less of course)
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Re: Could the Large Hadron Collider be sabotaging itself from the future, as some physicists say
the LHC must be turned off or destroyed!
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Re: Could the Large Hadron Collider be sabotaging itself from the future, as some physicists say
Wow!!
That so totally fits in with a lot of other information on here lately!

This is an incredible article OP... Thanks!!

hf

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 878917



I know it's a little old but it seems to fit with some of the talk today....

thanks peace
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Re: Could the Large Hadron Collider be sabotaging itself from the future, as some physicists say
the LHC must be turned off or destroyed!
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It seems to be taking care of that....itself....



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Re: Could the Large Hadron Collider be sabotaging itself from the future, as some physicists say
It is definitely a sign that the world has gotten very, very strange when I find myself entertaining ideas such as this one. It has, and I am.... what next? Wait... don't answer that question.
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Re: Could the Large Hadron Collider be sabotaging itself from the future, as some physicists say
I saw this on STNG

space time continuim thing
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Re: Could the Large Hadron Collider be sabotaging itself from the future, as some physicists say
It is definitely a sign that the world has gotten very, very strange when I find myself entertaining ideas such as this one. It has, and I am.... what next? Wait... don't answer that question.
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Yea, really it was a good movie, but now the scientist are saying their own equipment is trying to prevent them from turning it on... From the future no less... What next???





spock Indeed...
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Re: Could the Large Hadron Collider be sabotaging itself from the future, as some physicists say
How the heck did I miss this thread?!

Great idea Czar, I think there are many messages both from the past and the future warning us of things.

We just don't seem to want to listen, look, and learn.
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