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I work at CERN

 
Anonymous Coward
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04/08/2008 04:08 AM
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I do not know the specifics as I am not analyzing the data. My job is to maintain the crygenic superconductors. but some of the scientists have walked around like they have seen a ghost.
I think they are really worried. I speculate that they have found a way to peer into different dimensions.
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What is "crygenic"?
lamâshtu

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04/08/2008 04:09 AM
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what do you use to cool the magnets down?
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What is "crygenic"?
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a typo?
Anonymous Coward
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04/08/2008 04:49 AM
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are you jose?
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04/08/2008 04:54 AM
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2 questions.

How come you are not answering questions?

How much do they pay you to sweep the floor at CERN?
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Excellent questions !
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Quantum Minded

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04/08/2008 05:29 AM
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ask me a question.


Do you prefer Pinesol or Spic-n-Span when mopping floors?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 410837


Don't judge and discredit him "prematurely".

An atom smasher is not something exclusively for "rare people." Rather, it is basically a thing that can be built even by a poor little boy! Michio Kaku tells a story in his "Hyperspace" that he built his own atom smasher from garbage when he was a high school student from a poor family.
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04/08/2008 05:33 AM
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ask me a question.
 Quoting: physicist 410574


So now that we can detect gravity waves with LIGO(short for Laser Interferometry Gravity-Wave Observatory) and produce them with CERN's micro black holes... won't we essentially have the capability of communicating across the galaxy instantaniously? ...since gravity waves have no propagation rate.

People talk about the Grid Network here coming online but won't we also be capable of plugging into the galactic grid?

Every wonder why SETI practically never detects any signals?
I think we will soon know why.
Quantum Minded

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04/08/2008 10:06 AM
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If you've seen the film, 'The Dam Busters', you will know that an explosion underground, or under the water against the dam walls, has a much greater destructive capacity than an explosion in air in which the blast dissipates into the air..
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This is not always true. A dam primarily made of earth is hard to destroy by using classic explosives because earth has elasticity that makes the dam returned to original form after explosion passes. Also, earth and water itself absorb the shock to some extent. I think the best spot to destroy a dam is rather a gate when the dam is holding water.

Anyway, the great enemy, if not greatest, to a dam is “overtopping water”. Most structural failure is related to water in one way or the other. A Dam is not an exception. So, a big flood is more dangerous than a big bomb as is the natural force more powerful than any man-made.

An explosion underground between Switzerland and France could really crack the European continent and cause that land to sink, as has been foretold by Edgar Cayce and Gordon Michael Scallion. Bye bye Europe and all or most of the people who live there, because Europe is predicted to become islands.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 369375


If any consequences from CERN’s experiment follows the conservation of energy that most, if not all, physics laws are fundamentally based upon, then this kind of disaster will not likely occur. However, my concern is if they really find a micro black hole or the like and a genius way to stabilize it, then it can become a potential weapon, a cleanest “atomic bomb” that can penetrate anything.

In this regard, I have a question to OP. How is the security level of CERN? Is it a university- or research-level security with locks and ID cards, etc., or a military-level security with armed guards, etc.? This may hint us what they are really up to.
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04/08/2008 11:15 AM
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I think there was a Dan Brown book about a priest assigned to CERN who had a bunch of ANTIMATTER in a magnetic bottle.

Could CERN be trying to make antimatter?
Anonymous Coward
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04/08/2008 11:16 AM
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I don't think OP is coming back. Hoax?
Anonymous Coward
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04/08/2008 11:27 AM
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I don't think OP is coming back. Hoax?
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Probably a hoax. Some guy assigned to post on GLP to see what kind of reaction he'll get.

Too bad. I was waiting for the part when we all disappear into another dimension. Damn him.
Anonymous Coward
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04/08/2008 11:53 AM
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I do not know the specifics as I am not analyzing the data. My job is to maintain the crygenic superconductors. but some of the scientists have walked around like they have seen a ghost.
I think they are really worried. I speculate that they have found a way to peer into different dimensions.


What is "crygenic"?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 410837


Possibly meant Cryogenic?

The branches of physics and engineering that involve the study of very low temperatures, how to produce them, and how materials behave at those temperatures.
Anonymous Coward
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04/08/2008 11:59 AM
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I suspect all this CERN related rumours and hoaxes may have been made by some countries excluded from the experiment hoping to get some information about the research.

If some naive folks protest against the experiment, CERN has to release some information in one way or the other to soothe them.
Anonymous Coward
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04/08/2008 12:01 PM
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[link to youtube.com]
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04/08/2008 12:01 PM
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less filling or tastes great???
Billy Joel

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04/08/2008 02:26 PM
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OP?
Sireen-reborn

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04/08/2008 02:29 PM
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I think there was a Dan Brown book about a priest assigned to CERN who had a bunch of ANTIMATTER in a magnetic bottle.

Could CERN be trying to make antimatter?
 Quoting: Professor Pooch 406347


Demons and Angels. Or is it Angels and Demons. Anyhoo, that's the title of the book you're referring. Excellent read too!
anything after 'but' is bullshit!

[link to www.myspace.com]

"Once you open your mind to the possibility of conspiracy, you then see conspiracy in everything." [link to deadbydecember-sireen.blogspot.com]
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04/08/2008 02:30 PM
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OP?
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Probably a one time event.
And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.
lamâshtu

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04/10/2008 10:05 AM
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Could CERN be trying to make antimatter?
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antimatter is an old hat. antihydrogen was created in '95 already.
Anonymous Coward
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04/10/2008 10:13 AM
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Could CERN be trying to make antimatter?


antimatter is an old hat. antihydrogen was created in '95 already.
 Quoting: lamâshtu
where was it done - say the name of a town ,etc...
lamâshtu

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Could CERN be trying to make antimatter?


antimatter is an old hat. antihydrogen was created in '95 already.
where was it done - say the name of a town ,etc...
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CERN.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
lamâshtu

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04/11/2008 02:41 AM
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bump for OP
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04/11/2008 03:31 AM
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Is it TRUE that the new 'collider' at CERN is spawning a new worldwide super-wide.. super-fast broadband 'world-wide-web' system? I caught the end of sommat on the end of 'The Gadget Show' on UK-TVs Channel 5 about it. It's already set-up, so that physicists in British Universities can 'see' what's going on as the 'sub-atomic particles' smash into each other over this super-fast.. super-broadband.. system. How long before us mere mortals can hook up to it?
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04/11/2008 03:33 AM
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Cern will cause a harmonic that will awaken in a Major way the Madrid fault line. I am not the first to say it, the voice of the many, the vision of many is close at hand.
lamâshtu

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04/11/2008 03:38 AM
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Is it TRUE that the new 'collider' at CERN is spawning a new worldwide super-wide.. super-fast broadband 'world-wide-web' system? I caught the end of sommat on the end of 'The Gadget Show' on UK-TVs Channel 5 about it. It's already set-up, so that physicists in British Universities can 'see' what's going on as the 'sub-atomic particles' smash into each other over this super-fast.. super-broadband.. system. How long before us mere mortals can hook up to it?
 Quoting: some bloke in england 413093


kind of. but it's more about decentralized processing and storage than actual line speed. it will of course have to work over existing infrastructure, so it isn't about building a new worldwide super fast broadband network really.

[link to lcg.web.cern.ch]
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04/11/2008 03:50 AM
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I am back. i cannot post while on grounds computers. The rumor is that CERN has already fired up a test. So far so good. Except for a simply anomoly, with the tracks of a few particles. some of them are ging slower that predicted, and in the opposite direction than calculated by mathematics. this has been repeated three times. My boss thinks that this is a manual or calculation error. I do not know what this means. I am not as skilled as the top level scientists here. But som of these guys look very worried.
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04/11/2008 03:53 AM
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I DON'T HAVE ANY PROOF

JUST A FEELING WE ARE ON THE EDGE OF A CLIFF NOW

SHOULD GET EXCITING SOON

BUT MOST OF US KNEW THAT........

THAT IS WHY WE GATER AT SITES LIKE THIS ONE


RIGHT???

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04/11/2008 04:05 AM
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see answers D, S, and K , here


Thread: CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC) the REAL PURPOSE (Page 2)
Billy Joel

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04/11/2008 04:13 AM
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I am back. i cannot post while on grounds computers. The rumor is that CERN has already fired up a test. So far so good. Except for a simply anomoly, with the tracks of a few particles. some of them are ging slower that predicted, and in the opposite direction than calculated by mathematics. this has been repeated three times. My boss thinks that this is a manual or calculation error. I do not know what this means. I am not as skilled as the top level scientists here. But som of these guys look very worried.
 Quoting: physicist 410574


It's been fired up already? Why has no one been told? What happened to the summer start date?
Anonymous Coward
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04/11/2008 04:22 AM
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Well CERN has no reason to be truthful about its actual start dates, I have no problem believing they've already tested it several times. However a few particles moving in the wrong direction can't be all bad. Anyone have any ideas as to what that might imply?

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