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CERN Blackhole Switch-on Date
CERN turns on, on MAY 21, 2008.

34 DAYS TO GO.

They decided to skip all the low power trials.
Wonderful.

[link to www.notepad.ch]
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[link to www.cernwatch.com]

boy I cannot wait until Friday night. I am so sick of this job. I cannot actually quit here because I am under contract with a a US defense contractor. Nothing to report for today. Why does filling helium have to be so boring. I do get to go to other areas and some areas that are may come under a security clearance. One of the most unreported facts are that very very few of the scientists and engineers actually have access to all the data collected. I noticed that recently There has been a military presence in the roads entering CERN. they have built those little guard houses and those things like at the railroad stops that knife down right now they are unoccupied.
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CERN turns on, on MAY 21, 2008.

34 DAYS TO GO.

They decided to skip all the low power trials.
Wonderful.

[link to www.notepad.ch]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 364863


My prediction that perhaps the scientist at CERN will

get careless an create the dangerous blackhole on

December 21, 2012.

Thanks a lot for this info!

I understand that the more dangerous tests - as to risk

of something going really wrong - will be conducted

later on but I was not aware of any oncrete dates

planned. I an always use insider information Wink

Of course it can take 34 days or some more for the real

big danger to come .

My personal theory as a NO SCIENTIST is: As soon as this

things lets particles crash together at over light

speed, something nasty - OR something beautiful could

happen.

Lets prepare for the nasty. Lets make sure the CERN

adopts an open information poliy, the issues are

properly discussed by scientists, politicians and the

publis, a new security report is issued and approved by

all parties - THEN AND ONLY THEN START THE LHC!

PLEASE

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They are playing a game of Russian Roulette and we are all in it...
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They are playing a game of Russian Roulette and we are all in it...
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rolleyes
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I often wonder how someone so ignorant manages to post on the internet.

Three cheers for simple OS interfaces, sigh.
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QUit Bitching!

Of all the pointless and stupid ways there are to die ......being sucked into a black hole is actually a pretty amazing way to go!
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meh
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QUit Bitching!

Of all the pointless and stupid ways there are to die ......being sucked into a black hole is actually a pretty amazing way to go!
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LOL There's a bright side to everything!
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Hey ...believe it or not .....Life Is Good!
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QUit Bitching!

Of all the pointless and stupid ways there are to die ......being sucked into a black hole is actually a pretty amazing way to go!



LOL There's a bright side to everything!
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Uh yeah. It will happen so fast, you won't feel a thing.
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CERN NO PROBLEMS
Just got out of work today..
A recent commenter said that CERN IS DELAYING THE TEST. This is not true. I know I work there. just another day at the job.
[link to www.cernwatch.com]

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so lets assume the theorized black hole begins a runaway chainraction of expansion.
You all think you can escape this life by dying in this event.
But black holes suck in ALL matter and even LIGHT, your very souls will be sucked in forever and squashed down to the size of an atom!
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CERN NO PROBLEMS
Just got out of work today..
A recent commenter said that CERN IS DELAYING THE TEST. This is not true. I know I work there. just another day at the job.
[link to www.cernwatch.com]


 Quoting: Darza

The Cern watch blog is pretty cool...if it is for real...has a ring of truth to it I think...;)

Thursday, April 17, 2008
CERN NO PROBLEMS
Just got out of work today..
A recent commenter said that CERN IS DELAYING THE TEST. This is not true. I know I work there. just another day at the job.
posted by Science Consulting Group at 12:16 PM 0 Comments

Tuesday, April 15, 2008
Another boring day
boy I cannot wait until Friday night. I am so sick of this job. I cannot actually quit here because I am under contract with a a US defense contractor. Nothing to report for today. Why does filling helium have to be so boring. I do get to go to other areas and some areas that are may come under a security clearance. One of the most unreported facts are that very very few of the scientists and engineers actually have access to all the data collected. I noticed that recently There has been a military presence in the roads entering CERN. they have built those little guard houses and those things like at the railroad stops that knife down right now they are unoccupied. More to come.
posted by Science Consulting Group at 12:50 PM 2 Comments

Monday, April 14, 2008
I hate science food!
Another day at work and more nonsense to trudge through. I wish that I had the skills to work with the top guys. I know there are weird things going on. but Gosh dammit these scientists are paid well. I hate the long walk to the main lunch room. I had the crazy fortune of stting within earshot of CERN's chief scientific officer, Jos Engelen. I sit with other technician guys. mainly the ones that i get drunk with and the very same ones that get me in trouble with the ladies. I swore I heard him say" maybe steven king is a prophet and "the mist" is his prophecy. I have not seen this movie except for the very first 30 minutes. I killed the streaming movie because it was so boring.
but anyway I have egg tuna salad. It tasted slimy. Yuck. Sorry for all the redundant I's but i didn't major in grammar.
posted by Science Consulting Group at 9:52 PM 2 Comments

Sunday, April 13, 2008
what it is like to work here
My first day at cern was like visiting new york city for the first time. All huge and bewildering. except instead of large buildings you have many very flat ones. I get to work with all sorts of interesting people. You have got to understand that this is a worldwide effort. there are people from 150 universities and laboratories in 35 countries: Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Japan, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, UK, USA CERN and JINR. My first detail was under the ALICE project.
At first when I got started there I thought " hey I am a genius they should listen to my idea. it wasn't until the second day I arrived that I realized that there are more projects going on that just smashing protons together. CERN's LHC is fed by a staged system. at first there is a liniac which boosts the speed and there there is another stage called the PS booster and that really gets the ions going.

You literally feel like a single ant in a hive colony. you have a single task to perform everyday. The exception is that you know when the experiments are taking place and if the results are good or nonexistant. My duties is to basically monitor liquid helium and nitrogen levels. There are These include 1232 dipole magnets of 40 ft length which are used to bend the beams, and 392 quadrupole magnets, each 25 ft long. there are even more magnets serving the detectors.
each of these magnets is served by a main helium tank and an auxiliary helium tank. Liquid helium is a finicky substance. Your pipeline tubing must be double jacketed the inner tube wherein the helium flows and the outer tube is where the liquid nitrogen flows. helium being at near absolute zero sees room temperature as a blazing furnace. so they let it see a 77 kelvin environment vs a 300k environment. we also have a intricate helium recovery system which we have our very own refrigerators to liquefy gasses. We do not just pump in liquid helium we precool the magnets with liquid nitrogen and then with helium. These magnets are done electronically in stages. We use a Unix interface with the temperature and pressure sensors.

I am writing this blog becuase I am seeing some strange things that I have not seen before. I notice higher levels of security, and more US military presence. I hear strange rumors and weird Jokes. I think that there is more going on that what is being let out. i will report to you everything I hear and see.
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so lets assume the theorized black hole begins a runaway chainraction of expansion.
You all think you can escape this life by dying in this event.
But black holes suck in ALL matter and even LIGHT, your very souls will be sucked in forever and squashed down to the size of an atom!
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so we will just become miniaturized atom people?
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[link to www.notepad.ch]

the site above is utter BS
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Okay, so it IS going online next month? What's all this we've been hearing lately about it being started "this summer," or "later this year"?

Hmmm..
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"One of the most unreported facts are that very very few of the scientists and engineers actually have access to all the data collected."

this appears to contradict someone's earlier assertion that CERN is open and honest with their data.
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[link to www.risk-evaluation-forum.org]
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People can't read,

ISSUE Large explosion: 2005
ISSUE Magnet failure: 2007
TEST Test Sector warmup/coopdown cycle: 2007
QA ISSUE 7 of 8 segments failed cool-down tests
CANCELLED Complete warmup/cooldown cycle, Low power runs
INIT System init (1. Time Beam injection): 21. May 2008
INIT Cold Date: 1. June 2008
INIT (1. Time Protons used): 15. June 2008
DOCU New safety report not released
START System activation (1. Time Circulating beams): July 2008
PROD System ready: October 2008
HIGH RISK EXPERIMENT Elevated black hole risk: 21. December 1212

Actual beams in July not may
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so lets assume the theorized black hole begins a runaway chainraction of expansion.
You all think you can escape this life by dying in this event.
But black holes suck in ALL matter and even LIGHT, your very souls will be sucked in forever and squashed down to the size of an atom!


so we will just become miniaturized atom people?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 309984



309984,
yes, this will be you >>>>> `
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This is an PRESS RELEASE from notepad publishing Geneva Switzerland. Based on insider information

notepad publishing Geneva, Switzerland - 17. April 2008 14.48

Title: Urgent update. 34 days left. New insider info.
Link: www.notepad.ch
Concerns: CERN LHC BLACK HOLE

Abstract:
The is a potential danger that LHC at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland could create a black hole.
www.notepad.ch has got important information to share containing insider information into the CERN project plan. Help save the universe! notepad. take note.

Content:
Project Plan Update:
If small issue perturbs critical path, then the effects propagate to the schedule as a whole.

Current issues:
The LHC had some improperly secured magnets which came loose in a testing phase and had to be redesigned and rebuilt.
Vacuum leaks may have slowed down the schedule by 2 more weeks.

Opinion:
Also, the LHC doesn't turn on with a switch. So there may be weeks of fine tuning before they attempt particle collisions. The 27 kilometers of LHC must keep track of unav
oidable motions at the sub-millimeter scale. So the exact start date depends both on what criteria you use to label a milestone as a start date and how the schedule changes ("slips") over time.

First that protons will be used in LHC: 15. June 2008
System 'Cold Date' (all 8 segments are cold): 1. June 2008
more info: indico.cern.ch

Current Test results:
Only one of the eight segments of the ring have passed the cool-down tests.
more info: lhc-new-homepage.web.cern.ch

System warmup: 21. May 2008
Full activation: July 2008
System running: October 2008
Protons used: 15. June 2008
Cold Date: 1. June 2008
Danger! Experiment with increased black hole risk: 21. December 1212

Quality Assurance Status:
Only one of the eight segments of the ring have passed the cool-down tests.


Oh and cernwatch is a fake
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If he was for real he would know about this doc and know about the delay till June

[link to indico.cern.ch]
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CERN turns on, on MAY 21, 2008.

34 DAYS TO GO.

They decided to skip all the low power trials.
Wonderful.

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 364863


LOL. It will never happen.
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DO NOT WORRY.

IF A STABLE BLACK HOLE IS CREATED, THEY CAN CONTAIN IT AND SHOOT THE DAM THING FAR FAR OUT IN SPACE.

PUT IT IN CRAFT AND SEND IT ON A TRAJECTORY OUT OUR SOLAR SYSTEM.

NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT.
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CERN NO PROBLEMS
Just got out of work today..
A recent commenter said that CERN IS DELAYING THE TEST. This is not true. I know I work there. just another day at the job.
[link to www.cernwatch.com]



The Cern watch blog is pretty cool...if it is for real...has a ring of truth to it I think...;)

Thursday, April 17, 2008
CERN NO PROBLEMS
Just got out of work today..
A recent commenter said that CERN IS DELAYING THE TEST. This is not true. I know I work there. just another day at the job.
posted by Science Consulting Group at 12:16 PM 0 Comments

Tuesday, April 15, 2008
Another boring day
boy I cannot wait until Friday night. I am so sick of this job. I cannot actually quit here because I am under contract with a a US defense contractor. Nothing to report for today. Why does filling helium have to be so boring. I do get to go to other areas and some areas that are may come under a security clearance. One of the most unreported facts are that very very few of the scientists and engineers actually have access to all the data collected. I noticed that recently There has been a military presence in the roads entering CERN. they have built those little guard houses and those things like at the railroad stops that knife down right now they are unoccupied. More to come.
posted by Science Consulting Group at 12:50 PM 2 Comments

Monday, April 14, 2008
I hate science food!
Another day at work and more nonsense to trudge through. I wish that I had the skills to work with the top guys. I know there are weird things going on. but Gosh dammit these scientists are paid well. I hate the long walk to the main lunch room. I had the crazy fortune of stting within earshot of CERN's chief scientific officer, Jos Engelen. I sit with other technician guys. mainly the ones that i get drunk with and the very same ones that get me in trouble with the ladies. I swore I heard him say" maybe steven king is a prophet and "the mist" is his prophecy. I have not seen this movie except for the very first 30 minutes. I killed the streaming movie because it was so boring.
but anyway I have egg tuna salad. It tasted slimy. Yuck. Sorry for all the redundant I's but i didn't major in grammar.
posted by Science Consulting Group at 9:52 PM 2 Comments

Sunday, April 13, 2008
what it is like to work here
My first day at cern was like visiting new york city for the first time. All huge and bewildering. except instead of large buildings you have many very flat ones. I get to work with all sorts of interesting people. You have got to understand that this is a worldwide effort. there are people from 150 universities and laboratories in 35 countries: Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Japan, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, UK, USA CERN and JINR. My first detail was under the ALICE project.
At first when I got started there I thought " hey I am a genius they should listen to my idea. it wasn't until the second day I arrived that I realized that there are more projects going on that just smashing protons together. CERN's LHC is fed by a staged system. at first there is a liniac which boosts the speed and there there is another stage called the PS booster and that really gets the ions going.

You literally feel like a single ant in a hive colony. you have a single task to perform everyday. The exception is that you know when the experiments are taking place and if the results are good or nonexistant. My duties is to basically monitor liquid helium and nitrogen levels. There are These include 1232 dipole magnets of 40 ft length which are used to bend the beams, and 392 quadrupole magnets, each 25 ft long. there are even more magnets serving the detectors.
each of these magnets is served by a main helium tank and an auxiliary helium tank. Liquid helium is a finicky substance. Your pipeline tubing must be double jacketed the inner tube wherein the helium flows and the outer tube is where the liquid nitrogen flows. helium being at near absolute zero sees room temperature as a blazing furnace. so they let it see a 77 kelvin environment vs a 300k environment. we also have a intricate helium recovery system which we have our very own refrigerators to liquefy gasses. We do not just pump in liquid helium we precool the magnets with liquid nitrogen and then with helium. These magnets are done electronically in stages. We use a Unix interface with the temperature and pressure sensors.

I am writing this blog becuase I am seeing some strange things that I have not seen before. I notice higher levels of security, and more US military presence. I hear strange rumors and weird Jokes. I think that there is more going on that what is being let out. i will report to you everything I hear and see.
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Military is there as these experiments are crucial to time travel. We must go back and fix a past mistake. I smell real doom here....

damned

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I think I missed something, isn't this supposed to be the mother of all super colliders, not a micro singularity generator? I'd be more worried about the waveletts and strangeletts that might be brought into reality .. could be very bad juju.
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I got from a discussion with a Physics Professor at Bandung Institute Of Technology:

The chance of creating tiny blackhole at CERN LHC is one in 20 billionth.

The mouth/size of the tiny blackhole will be less than a photon. This is much smaller than electron, or other particles.

If Hawking radiation does not exist, the tiny blackhole still cannot eat/swallow anything.

Even if the tiny blackhole managed to eat something it will take hundred billions of year to swallow the earth.

IMO to be sure about the safety of LHC, the scientist at CERN must wait for the proof of Hawking radiation from Sonic Blackhole or Fibre Optic/Light Blackhole experiment.
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DO NOT WORRY.

IF A STABLE BLACK HOLE IS CREATED, THEY CAN CONTAIN IT AND SHOOT THE DAM THING FAR FAR OUT IN SPACE.

PUT IT IN CRAFT AND SEND IT ON A TRAJECTORY OUT OUR SOLAR SYSTEM.

NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 418747

If a stable black hole is created we can start harvesting anti-matter from it :)

We already have the technology to make an anti-matter fuel cell to contain the stuff the problem is producing it in any significant quantities.
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CERN turns on, on MAY 21, 2008.

34 DAYS TO GO.

They decided to skip all the low power trials.
Wonderful.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 364863


Are we supposed to give a flying fuck??
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