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CERN - THE LARGE HADRON COLLIDER RESTARTS JULY 5th — HERE'S WHAT IT'S HUNTING FOR

 
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CERN - THE LARGE HADRON COLLIDER RESTARTS JULY 5th — HERE'S WHAT IT'S HUNTING FOR
ON JULY 5, underneath the suburbs of Geneva, Switzerland, the world’s largest particle collider will fire up and start collecting data again. And what they might find has the potential to blow particle physics wide open.


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Hoping they found the keys to open the bottomless pit.

Sometimes it is a stomach.

Sometimes it is a mirror.

Sometimes is pocket full.

Sometimes it is a chair.

Sometimes it is who and what we want for ourselves that is not ours to share.

The seven deadly sins must have gotten us here.
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Re: CERN - THE LARGE HADRON COLLIDER RESTARTS JULY 5th — HERE'S WHAT IT'S HUNTING FOR
This belongs to Switerland, right?
Run by USA money?

What if France decides they object? It runs into France. Can they shut it down, or forbid its parts to be turn on, into France?

YK, like Putin turning off the gas?!
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Interesting stuff:

Smashing particles together sounds like a crude way to learn about them: a bit like smashing complex electronic devices together and hoping to learn how they work from the mangled components that are left behind. But it’s the best way that physicists have to look into the quantum world, at scales millions of times smaller than even atoms.

But in those collisions, many of these particles are phantoms, barely interacting with the world or lasting fractions of a second. Typically, they’d go unseen, even if you look at them with very powerful detectors. But scientists can find those particles' telltale signatures in the high-energy soup that emerges for an instant inside a particle collider like LHC.

The upgrades to the LHC over the shutdown have boosted its energy, giving it even more power to unveil this subatomic world.
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Re: CERN - THE LARGE HADRON COLLIDER RESTARTS JULY 5th — HERE'S WHAT IT'S HUNTING FOR
This belongs to Switerland, right?
Run by USA money?

What if France decides they object? It runs into France. Can they shut it down, or forbid its parts to be turn on, into France?

YK, like Putin turning off the gas?!
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TPTB, as in the leaders of The NWO, Funded by the richest "Demogogs" of the world. France by itself is helpless to go anything.





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