In the eastern regions
of France, near Lyon, flanked by virgin pine forests, streams, lakes and
fir clad mountain ridges, bordering on Switzerland, lays the CERN (Conseil
Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire) facility which houses
over 6,300 scientists working feverishly to bring online the next generation
in basic particle super-colliders. This massive Hadron collider is a magnetic
ring 27 kilometers in circumference: Ultimately, it will collide beams
of protons at an energy of 14 TeV. Additionally, beams of lead nuclei will
be also accelerated, colliding together with an energy of 1150 TeV. The
LHC will be the most powerful particle accelerator in the world.
The main purpose of this facility is to produce antimatter
and black holes. A terrorist would need only half of a gram of antimatter
to be equally destructive as the Hiroshima bomb. If CERN’s antimatter
factory were to blow up today it would only affect the regions bordering
France and Switzerland. But if CERN were to produce just one stable black
hole , it could destroy the world. Surprisingly, the United States
of America, through the National Science Foundation and the Department
of Energy, will be funding over $1 Billion Dollars towards this French
experiment into creating potentially devastating black holes.
These black holes, the densest matter in the universe,
will plummet to the very core of the earth, then, slowly at first, growing
one particle, one quark at a time, but at an ever accelerating rate.
Scientists have estimated that a stable black hole at the center of the
earth could consume not only France but the whole planet in the very short
time span of between 4 minutes and 30 seconds and 7 minutes.
That age-old question: Will our planet disappear in
the twinkling of an eye? - Now becomes a probability if and when the CERN
facility is allowed to go on-line in 2008.
IMPORTANT NOTE: On Tuesday, March 27, 2007, there
was a devastating explosion deep in the tunnel at the CERN particle accelerator
complex that actually blew a 20 ton magnet right off its mountings. The
explosion filled the tunnel with helium and forced a mass evacuation of
While the facility was supposed to go online during
the summer of 2007, the new startup is tentatively summer of 2008 after
17 miles of magnets have been repaired or replaced. This explosion, to
those of us who count ourselves among the worried masses, appears to be
an ominous foreshadowing of what could eventually become the Second-Coming
of the Big Bang...
Even Dr. Lyn Evans, who heads the accelerator project
at CERN, said the explosion had been potentially very dangerous. "There
was a hell of a bang, the tunnel housing the machine filled with helium
and dust and we had to call in the fire brigade to evacuate the place,"
he said. "The people working on the test were frightened to death but they
were all in a safe place so no-one was hurt."
An investigation by the researchers found that basic
math flaws had caused the explosion -- which gives one pause in contemplating
how much faith can bestowed upon 6,000 scientists who can overlook basic
math mistakes. Not only was this mistake made in the original design phase,
but it was also missed on four engineering reviews carried out over a period
of four years. The director of Fermilab, Pier Oddone, blithely wrote about
the disaster stating that they had caused "a pratfall on the world stage".
A pratfall ? Should these Keystone-scientists be entrusted with the fate
of the world in their hands?
CERN scientists obviously talk of the scientific wonders
and benefits these experiments will bring. Aurélien Barrau and Julien
Grain speaking on behalf of CERN say that these "tiny black holes could
offer a richer view of physics than their better known, more massive relations
… It should be stated … that these black holes are not dangerous and do
not threaten to swallow up our already much-abused planet." When it was
finally disclosed that this facility would actually be producing, during
normal high-impact collider experiments, one black hole each and every
second, numerous scientists cautioned that a public risk-assessment by
non-affiliated scientists must be conducted for the CERN facility but not
by the CERN scientists or the French government. To this very day the French
have refused to make such an assessment of the potential dangers that lay
ahead for all of humanity once the switch is finally pulled.
In 2008, when they fire up the Large Hadron Collider,
Global Warming and Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda network will suddenly become
the least of our earthly worries.
The French defend their playing at God and this potential
black hole catastrophe by saying:
1. Black holes have been
created by cosmic rays without incident; therefore black holes are not
a danger to the planet earth.
Response A. No instrumentation or observations
have ever detected the formation of black holes in the atmosphere; It is
a completely unsubstantiated theory that was fabricated solely to defend
the building of CERN. 1,600 hot-tub-size cosmic-ray detectors positioned
over a vast area of nearly twelve hundred square miles (the ground array
system for the Pierre Auger Cosmic Ray Observatory) were installed in the
Pampa Amarilla in Argentina, located at the edge of the town of Malargue,
in an effort to detect particle showers from disintegrations of microscopic
black holes in the atmosphere. To-date this experiment has detected numerous
cosmic-ray air showers, (the observatory is presently measuring more than
500 air showers each and every day) but has failed to detect any black
holes spawned by cosmic rays. Since this controversial theory is the backbone
to the supposed safety of the CERN black hole factory, startup should not
be allowed to occur under any circumstances until the Auger Observatory
can prove that harmless atmospheric black holes actually exist.
Response B. Even if a black hole could be formed
by cosmic rays striking atmospheric particles, it would be a glancing blow
at near the speed of light, causing the resultant mass to careen off into
space at a velocity much greater than the escape velocity of the earth
While, in contrast, the CERN particles would be striking
each other as in a head-on collision, causing the resultant black holes
to lose their momentum; making them unable to reach escape velocity; causing
them to immediately free-fall, undetected, to the center of the earth.
2. The black holes CERN
creates will not be stable. “Black hole production does not present a conceivable
risk at the LHC due to the rapid decay of the black hole through thermal
process”. They will be unstable and will evaporate in a flash as predicted
by Stephen Hawking in 1975. The CERN facility was built under the assumption
that Hawking radiation was a fact and that the black holes they would automatically
create would be unstable and therefore not be a threat to the human race
and the planet upon which we reside.
Response A. No instrumentation or observations
have ever detected the Hawking radiation being emitted from any black hole.
Kip S. Thorne, a professor of theoretical physics at Caltech, who has been
working on evaporation with Hawking, says: “It’s possible, we understand
quantum fields far less that what we believe and it’s a mistake when we
think black holes evaporate. It is however true that we should feel more
in ease if astronomers could effectively observe clues of black holes evaporation”.
Response B. Black holes by their very definition
are stable: Nothing escapes their gravitational pull. And that includes
Response C. In Dublin Ireland on July 21 2004,
Stephen Hawking, at the age of 62, retracted his original 1975 concept
whereby matter disappearing into black holes traveled through the black
hole to a new parallel universe – just like on Star Trek! After 30 years
of thinking about the paradox he created, that violated the 1st Law of
Thermodynamics, Stephen Hawking now admits that he was wrong about the
dynamics of black holes. Stephen Hawking went on to say; “I’m sorry to
disappoint science fiction fans, but if information is preserved, there
is no possibility of using black holes to travel to other universes.”
Hawking’s original theory was more of a personal view, a hunch, which was
not necessarily shared by the scientific community or even demonstrated
by any cosmic observations. But CERN still looks upon it as the Holy
Grail to this very day, even after Hawking admitted that his theory was
wrong. Hawking radiation has always been a purely theoretical manifestation.
There are many published papers by prominent scientists who have always
asserted that such radiation does not exist. CERN, by doggedly relying
on false science, could easily end up being the mega-industrial accident
that wipes out the entire world.
How can such cosmic arrogance be stopped? Obviously
reasoning will never work.
Where Stephen Hawking went so
Hawking, at the age of 33, published his most famous
scientific paper in 1975 – that all black holes were unstable and would
emit radiation. In effect, the black hole's energy was slowly radiated
away until after a certain amount of time, depending on its mass, it ceases
to exist – the black hole ‘evaporates’. He based his theory on the 2nd
Law of Thermodynamics – that entropy affected all matter in the universe
while at the same time it violated the 1st Law of Thermodynamics. The paradox
lie in his argument that objects really “disappeared” inside a black hole
and left no trace, while the 1st Law of Thermodynamics says matter can
be transformed but never fully destroyed.
Hawking argued by inference that the 1st Law was wrong
while the 2nd law was correct – an obvious untenable paradox.
A colleague of Stephen Hawking at Cambridge University,
Gary Gibbons, stated that "His style of doing science is quite dramatic.
Hawking will propose a thesis and defend it to the last, until it is overthrown
by better reasoning." For thirty years Hawking defended a poorly
Stephen Hawking thought that since the 2nd Law proved
that entropy existed in all previously observed matter/energy exchanges
then black holes also must follow the 2nd Law. What he did not consider
was that black holes are the singular exception that proves the rule.
Black holes are natures only Perpetual Motion Machines. They chew up matter
and energy transforming them into nature’s most fundamental particles swirling
about in a quark-gluon plasma. They absorb energy/matter but never release
energy/matter. When they have absorbed everything within their gravitational
reach, they quietly wait in their black shroud of invisibility for the
next passing star. And when there are no more stars they still just
wait patiently as the eons pass.
Original Source: Misunderstood