Left Cern and the destructor of the world, Lord Shiva
Signs and wonders, or so it would appear, once again!
WWIII—Iran raises the bar but. . .
Today it was revealed Iran is supplying fighter drones to Russia, which of course might be expected. Last week, while the world watched the war in Ukraine, an assault on Iran's nuclear capabilities came under fire and was completely unreported by the media. Iran recorded 3 major quakes, (mag 6) less than 50 km from the country's Uranium mine at Bandar Abbes, 17 large aftershocks were also recorded.
Last year, in November 2021, another magnitude 6.3 quake along with several large fore and aftershocks rocked the southern Iran region close to the same location according to USGS. We know God has the power to cause earthquakes but, rumour has it so can the mighty military of some western countries. While the war continues in Ukraine, many experts fear WWIII has already started.
According to the Hill last week, Israel and Iran are rapidly approaching an inflection point over Tehran’s nuclear program, and what was the atomic equivalent of a controlled clash between the two countries is now devolving into an unconstrained chain reaction. In late May, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the United Nations agency tasked with globally overseeing nuclear technology and use, reported that Iran possesses enough fissile material to construct a nuclear bomb. Jerusalem’s long-feared specter of Tehran becoming an existential threat to Israel is now very real and imminent.
Earth's magnetic field drops the ball!
During the early hours of the 7th of July, Earth's magnetic field cracked open for 14 hours allowing solar wind to pour through the gap causing a G1-class geomagnetic storm. According to Spaceweather.com, the crack was opened by a co-rotating interaction region (CIR), which hit Earth's magnetic field. CIRs are transition zones between fast- and slow-moving streams of solar wind. They contain shock waves that often cause geomagnetic storms. NOAA analysts think a CME might have been embedded in the solar wind just ahead of the CIR, thus delivering a double blow.
Nope. . . That's not a good idea!
Ironically it is 60 years ago when one of the biggest ever geomagnetic storms witnessed in the Space Age struck Earth, however, this one was manmade. According to Clive Dyer of the University of Surrey Space Centre in Guildford UK. "It was the first anthropogenic space weather event." On July 9, 1962, the US military detonated a thermonuclear warhead 250 miles above the Pacific Ocean--a test called "Starfish Prime." What happened next surprised everyone. Witnesses from Hawaii to New Zealand reported auroras overhead, magnificent midnight "rainbow stripes" that tropical sky watchers had never seen before. Radios fell silent, then suddenly became noisy as streetlights went dark in Honolulu. 'Nuclear auroras' viewed from Honolulu (left) and a surveillance aircraft (right) on July 9, 1962. Essentially, Starfish Prime created an artificial solar storm complete with auroras, geomagnetic activity, and blackouts. Much of the chaos that night was caused by the electromagnetic pulse (EMP)--a ferocious burst of radiation that ionized the upper atmosphere. Ionized air over the Pacific pinned down Earth's magnetic field, then let it go again when the ionization subsided. The rebound created a manmade geomagnetic storm for hundreds of miles around the blast zone. "The explosion led to the early demise of all the spacecraft in orbit at the time," says Dyer. "These included Ariel-1, the UK's first spacecraft, and Telstar-1, a US communications satellite which had the bad luck to be launched the very next day." Normally, geomagnetic storms bring down satellites via orbital decay. The upper atmosphere heats up and expands to the point where it can pull satellites down toward Earth. Starfish Prime was different. "The explosion filled Earth's magnetosphere with energetic electrons, adding them to our planet's natural radiation belts," explains Dyer. These artificial electrons hit satellites hard, degrading their electronics and solar arrays.
Why would they do such a thing?
“The subject of weather and climate control is now becoming respectable to talk about.” So began Harry Wexler in his speech “On the Possibilities of Climate Control,” given in early 1962 to technical audiences in Boston, Hartford, and Los Angeles. Wexler, who studied meteorology at MIT and served as Chief of Scientific Services at the US Weather Bureau, supported his claim by citing, among others, President John F. Kennedy’s recent speech at the United Nations proposing, “cooperative efforts between all nations in weather prediction and eventually in weather control” and the State Department’s urging of “early and comprehensive study in the light of developments in outer space of the possibility of large-scale weather modification.”
Wexler assured his audiences that he was concerned not with the long and checkered history of cloud modification leading to more-or-less localized precipitation influences, but with planetary-scale manipulation of the Earth’s shortwave and longwave radiation budget that would result in “rather large-scale effects on the general circulation patterns in short or longer periods, even approaching that of climatic change.”
These effects, details later, included increasing world temperature by several degrees by detonating up to ten H-bombs in the Arctic Ocean; decreasing world temperature by launching powder into an equatorial orbit to shade the Earth and make it look somewhat like Saturn and its rings; and notably, destroying all stratospheric ozone above the Arctic circle using a relatively small amount of a catalytic agent such as chlorine or bromine. Wexler was interested in both inadvertent climate modification, such as might be created by rocket exhaust gases or other pollution, and purposeful effects, whether peaceful or hostile. So remember it was Wexler, about 50 years ago, who first claimed climate control was “respectable.” Wexler died suddenly in 1962. Harry Wexler on Geoengineering and Ozone Destruction
Also on the 7th of July, Cern opened after a 3-year shutdown! According to Cern's website, after over three years of upgrade and maintenance work, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is now set to run for close to four years at the record energy of 13.6 trillion electronvolts (TeV), providing greater precision and discovery potential. Increased collision rates, higher collision energy, upgraded data readout, and selection systems, new detector systems, and computing infrastructure: all these factors point to a promising physics season that will further expand the already very diverse LHC physics program! Hmmm!
At Cern, (Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire) the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator. It consists of a 27-kilometer ring of superconducting magnets with a number of accelerating structures to boost the energy of the” particles” along the way before smashing the particles together. However, many revered experts are very worried. Some experts believe, that the LHC could also produce unwanted black holes. A black hole compresses matter into a point of infinite density called a singularity. In general, most people think compressing matter like that constitutes a bad thing -- some worry the black holes generated by Cern could destroy the Earth, just like the early nuclear bomb scientists, but they don’t really know. Cern scientists say that if the LHC does create black holes, they are very small, harmless, and decay almost instantaneously, according to Cern scientists.
However, some scientists have claimed the large hadron collider is puncturing other "dimensions" which could be allowing unsavory things into our dimension.
Coincidence? The destroyer of worlds, (something JR Oppenheimer claimed he was in 1945 after testing his Atom Bomb) A Lord Shiva statue at Cern is said to be the third god in the Hindu triumvirate. The triumvirate consists of three gods who are responsible for the creation, upkeep, and destruction of the world. The other two gods are Brahma and Vishnu... Shiva's role is to destroy the universe in order to recreate it. A statue of Lord Shiva stands proudly outside Cern, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in Switzerland, see image above.
A Strange coincidence
The Lord Shiva god is a statue outside Cern but is also the name of a project called Shiva Nova at Livermore National Laboratory in the US. Shiva's role as we mentioned is to destroy the universe in order to recreate it. “Hmmm.”
According to Henry Deacon, a Livermore scientist, the project called Shiva Nova at Livermore uses arrays of giant lasers. These are huge lasers, huge capacitors, and many terawatts of energy, in a building built on giant springs, all focused on a tiny tiny point. This creates a fusion reaction that replicates certain conditions for "nuclear weapons testing." It’s like a nuke test in lab conditions, and there's a very powerful data collection focused on that point where all the energy is focused. The problem, according to Deacon, is that all extremely high-energy events like this create rips in the fabric of space-time. This was observed back in the early Hiroshima and Nagasaki events, and according to Deacon, you can even see it in the old movies. Look for what looks like an expanding energy sphere. The problem with creating rips in space-time, whether they're big or little, is that “things get in, things that you don’t want to be there.”
Back to Cern… Higgs Boson, (God Particle) Doomsday.
Cern does not hide the fact that they are looking for extra dimensions, gravitons, and tiny black holes, leading people to worry about what they might find. If they have found extra dimensions and they believe they have, many scientists are worried about just what could be coming through into our dimension?
British scientist Stephen Hawking “Fears A Higgs Boson Doomsday,” and He's Not Alone.
The famous theoretical physicist is warning that the particle could one day be responsible for the destruction of the known universe. Hawking is not the only scientist who thinks so. The theory of a Higgs Boson doomsday, where a quantum fluctuation creates a vacuum "bubble" that expands through space and wipes out the universe, has been around for a while. However, scientists don't think it could happen anytime soon. Fermilab theoretical physicist Joseph Lykken said during a lecture at the SETI Institute. "On the other hand, it may already have happened, and the bubble might be on its way here now. And you won't know because it's going at the speed of light, so there's not going to be any warning."
Since its discovery in 2012, the particle has been making waves in the physics community. Now that scientists have measured the particle's mass, they can make many other calculations, including one that seems to point to the end of the universe. The Higgs Boson is about 126 billion electron volts or about 126 times the mass of a proton. This turns out to be the precise mass needed to keep the universe on the brink of instability, but physicists say the delicate state will eventually collapse and the universe will become unstable. That conclusion involves the Higgs field.
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