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Eureka! Cern announces discovery of Higgs boson 'God particle'

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/scien ... 07677.html

"It has taken nearly 50 years and cost £2.6bn. Now, at last, the Higgs boson particle has been found - and a new chapter in our understanding of the universe can begin..."

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Thu Jul 05, 2012 12:06 am
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Don't believe the hype.

The universe is fractal in nature and driven by electromagnetism not gravity.

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What if, now that we know the universe is electrical or ninety-five percent plasma driven, that one day we find out that atoms are just little solar systems or galaxies? Nature just repeating basic principals over and over. “what is above is below“.

This would make the CERN scientists, who waste billions of dollars just smashing things, barbaric, the destroyers of worlds. Even if their theory is validated, the standard atomic and gravity model of the universe only accounts for about five per cent of matter. “Dark matter” and “dark energy” are thought to make up the rest, but have yet to be detected.


J. Robert Oppenheimer talking about the Trinity explosion, the first detonation of a nuclear device:


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Of course, particle physicists operate by smashing atoms in violent collisions. But if normal matter is composed of subunits of charge in some resonant state of equilibrium (the simplest picture), then smashing particles together will merely generate new unstable (short lived) resonant systems of charge, which will be interpreted as members of a weird zoo of new particles. The LHC can do no more than that. No matter can be created or annihilated. And since the big bang and black holes are the result of the illogical or incorrect application of mathematics to a gravity driven model of the universe, nothing will be learned about either.

The irony of the experiment is that the LHC uses 120 megawatts of electrical power to recreate in a tiny space the presumed conditions that existed shortly after the big bang. But astrophysicists do not recognize the obvious signs of electrical power in space today. It signals a profound disconnect between the ‘specialism’ of theoretical physics and straightforward electrical engineering principles.


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During an 1891 lecture on the structure of the aether and electromagnetism, Tesla stated that there was 'an infinitesimal world, with molecules and atoms moving in orbits in much the same manner as celestial bodies, carrying with them static charges...', and, that there were independent carriers transmitting '... tensions or electrostatic strains...' This predated the research of Rutherford, Bohr, and Einstein into the nature of fundamental particles.

Part of the criticism against Tesla, however, relates to his refusal to accept that mass can be converted into energy, a fact generally seen as supporting relativity.

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this isn't the first time someone at Cern has claimed to have found the elusive Higgs-Boson particle. [Uploaded by Channel4News on Apr 24, 2011]

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Agreed jho. I can't help feeling this was meant to be 'discovered' and announced now, at this particular point in time - as though it had been planned all along. Got no way of proving it though! :-)


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And after all that hype, it turns out researchers are STILL not sure whether they found the Higgs Boson or not.

"Is the 'God particle' an impostor? Scientists claim signal found in Large Hadron Collider may not be Higgs after all"

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/ ... ds-newsxml

http://news.discovery.com/space/might-t ... 20710.html

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