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Researchers At Large Hadron Collider Are Confident To Make Contact With Parallel Universe In Days

 the astoundingly complex LHC “atom smasher” at the CERN center in Geneva, Switzerland, are fired up to its maximum energy levels ever in an endeavor to identify - or perhaps generate - tiny black holes.



 If successful a very new universe is going to be exposed – modifying completely not only the physics books but the philosophy books too. 

It is even probable that gravity from our own universe may “transfer” into this parallel universe, researchers at the LHC say. The experiment is assured to accentuate alarmist critics of the LHC, many of whom initially warned the high energy particle collider would start the top of our universe with the making a part of its own. But up to now Geneva stays intact and securely outside the event horizon.



No doubt the LHC has been outstandingly successful. First researchers proved the existence of the mysterious Higgs boson “God particle” - a key building block of the cosmos - and it's seemingly well on the thanks to revealing ‘dark matter’ - a previously untraceable theoretical prospect that's now believed to form up the foremost of matter within the universe. But next week’s experimentation is reflected to be a game-changer. Mir Faizal, one in every of the three-strong group of physicists behind this experiment, said: “Just as many parallel sheets of paper, which are two-dimensional objects [breadth and length] can exist during a dimension [height], parallel universes can even exist in higher dimensions.”



“We predict that gravity can leak into extra dimensions, and if it does, then miniature black holes are produced at the LHC. Normally, when people consider the multiverse, they think about the many-worlds interpretation of quantum physics, where every possibility is actualized. This can not be tested so it's a philosophy and not science. this is often not what we mean by parallel universes. What we mean is real universes in extra dimensions. “As gravity can effuse of our universe into the additional dimensions, such a model may be tested by the detection of mini black holes at the LHC.”

“We have calculated the energy at which we expect to detect these mini black holes in ‘gravity's rainbow’ [a new scientific theory].”

“If we do detect mini black holes at this energy, then we are going to know that both gravity's rainbow and additional dimensions are correct."

When the LHC is fired up the energy is calculated in Tera electron volts – a TeV is 1,000,000,000,000, or one trillion, electron Volts. Up to now, the LHC has sought for mini black holes at energy levels below 5.3 TeV. But the foremost recent study says this is often too low.


Instead, the model forecasts that black holes might form at energy levels of no but 9.5 TeV in six dimensions and 11.9 TeV in 10 dimensions.

112 comments:

  1. ....What could go wrong? ;-;

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    1. Lists 934,574,003,826,223,000,000,000. possibilities. ;-)

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    2. Meh, what could go wrong with someone showing up who is burdened with glorious purpose?

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    3. Since february 22, 2016, when i went to the hospital, i found myself in this other version of earth, or some kind of alternate reality, or a simulated version of earth where geography keeps changing. i don't know what this place is, but i know it isn't my home earth that was located at the outer edge of the sagittarius arm. Whoever wrote this article might sound like a writer for national enquirer, however this parallel earth situation is serious. The people at CERN have transferred many thousands of souls to this other earth in Orion.

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    4. So.... You got here in 2016, but you have been on Blogger since 2008? :)

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    5. the worlds screwed already, may aswell go full tilt

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    6. Damn man! You’re and inter dimensional traveller and the news you bring is that the constant across our dimensions is the national enquirer? We really are doomed 🤣

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    7. https://youtu.be/qORYO0atB6g

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    8. I have a hammer and a nuke. What could go wrong?

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    9. pretty interesting stuff really, recently i was outside pre dawn, i notice a very bright light, saying to myself wow waht a bright street light, the light became bigger and energetic, then several others appeared nearby ,then an outine of a structure, then light changed into a strange tangerine colour, then the structure vanished,just before dawn, like it stepped back into another demention,

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    10. Patrik Glassel - Are you sure it wasn't a State Mental Hospital?

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  2. 2020... October, don’t let us down!

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    1. If there's one thing we've learned, 2020 is capable of *anything*.

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    2. Yeah, great year for multidimensional experiments.

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  3. http://physics-astronomy.com/2015/10/researchers-at-large-hadron-collider.html

    This is a copy pasta of this article from 2015

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    1. I thought this was old.... also note it was before the 2016 election and appears to have fucked our timeline all to hell......... lol

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    2. and that one was a copy paste of another article from 2015:
      https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/565315/Scientists-at-Large-Hadron-Collider-hope-to-make-contact-with-PARALLEL-UNIVERSE-in-days

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    3. This is depressing lol just tweaking old news for 2020 😂 just sucks. Calgon take me away haha

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    4. That's it! They have discovered how to travel back in time!

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    5. Perhaps many would be best served if 2020 was simply deleted and the universe restored from off-site backup taken last Oct or Nov..

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  4. Fascinating news, but the translator needs more coffee! "Effuse of our universe" "next week’s experimentation is reflected to be a game-changer" "well on the thanks to revealing ‘dark matter’ - a previously untraceable theoretical prospect that's now believed to form up the foremost of matter" "the high energy particle collider would start the top of our universe with the making a part of its own"

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    1. What's the original language?

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    2. I have been here before. Same damn problem.

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    3. I have been here before. Same damn problem.

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    4. Don't you recognize Klingon when you see it?

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    5. Who wrote this? It's badly written or translated

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    6. Agreed, either bad translation, or bad editing. Not science journal quality. Please.

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    7. And a repeat of a 2015 article.. time-travellers?! 😏

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  5. Proofread your writing because this article is trash.

    "The experiment is assured to accentuate alarmist critics of the LHC, many of whom initially warned the high energy particle collider would start the top of our universe with the making a part of its own."

    "and it's seemingly well on the thanks to revealing ‘dark matter’ - a previously untraceable theoretical prospect that's now believed to form up the foremost of matter within the universe."

    "But next week’s experimentation is reflected to be a game-changer."

    "Instead, the model forecasts that black holes might form at energy levels of no but 9.5 TeV in six dimensions and 11.9 TeV in 10 dimensions."

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    1. It's a tweaked copy-paste from http://physics-astronomy.com/2015/10/researchers-at-large-hadron-collider.html looking to snag click-baity views.

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    2. AI doesn't proofread. This is procedurally generated imho; the syntax errors aren't iterative,so english as 2nd lang is less likely. The stochastic grammar mistakes are so wrong, they are incoherent, nonsensicle and divergent so I don't see it as a blogger with nascent taxanomic or etylogic comprehension or bereft of native cogniscence.
      Dollars to donuts is a new deepdream-esque brute force associative preditive clickbait crawler algorithim with 2nd-aryEnglish editorial oversight.

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    3. I bet you’re a hit at parties!

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  6. I think this website is very amusing

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  7. These articles are written by artificial intelligence....

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    1. To me or appears to be the result of machine translation.

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  8. Artificial stupidity, perhaps.

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  9. Obergruppenfuhrer John Smith and Barnabus Collins are eagerly awaiting the results of this parallel universe experiment.

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    1. I can prove the above is true, as I AM one of the universes that Cern released into the Multiverse of which y'all are all a part. I will accept donations at PayPal of $100 USD each for being nice and not destroying ALL y'all's little ol' inferior universe where everybody lives and has being.

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    2. I don't want my universe destroyed: so where do I send the $100?

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    3. Freedom only costs a buck o five

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  10. Who is the author of this article? Also, who is being quoted? There are numerous quotation marks, but no source is cited. Only a farce would be published this way, or a so-called "practical joke."
    And, there's no way to sign this comment other than this: - Paul Freedman

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    1. Total crap first published five years ago by a British tabloid. It awsn't even the first of April!
      https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/565315/Scientists-at-Large-Hadron-Collider-hope-to-make-contact-with-PARALLEL-UNIVERSE-in-days?fbclid=IwAR2chR9VGw1h1EjF9ecMRSuATCEDOw7XMvadl71lTj3wwVTo28V-1I9NN0s

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    2. Because it's all a bullshit. Rewriting physics and philosophy? Come on, no scientist will say this pompous words, not even as a joke. Parallel universes? That's not even a theory, it's only an untestable and unfalsifiable hypothesis, not something worth testing.

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    3. Parallel universes absolutely is a theory.

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  11. How dare you copy/paste this from years ago as if it's breaking news! You have no integrity. Honestly, shame on you.
    http://physics-astronomy.com/2015/10/researchers-at-large-hadron-collider.html

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  12. why is this just copy and pasted from 5 years ago?
    https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/565315/Scientists-at-Large-Hadron-Collider-hope-to-make-contact-with-PARALLEL-UNIVERSE-in-days

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  13. Mini black hole is said as if that’s supposed to mean something. What’s a mini black hole, more gravity than other locations?

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  14. Can they check on parallel universe me? If Parallel universe me is doing better than me I want to know where he went right. If doing worse than me I have oodles of advice for parallel universe me.

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  15. I think you need to make it clear that this is not an original article, and in fact appears to be plagiarized from a 5 year old article: http://physics-astronomy.com/2015/10/researchers-at-large-hadron-collider.html

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  16. perhaps the black hole worked and this is the now article from then?? 🤣

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    1. What if the black hole we cause is what created our universe in the past and we are just seeing the beginning of us? If we stop it, we never existed, if we let it continue...

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  17. "the high energy particle collider would start the top of our universe with the making a part of its own"

    wat

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  18. So, you copy/pasted a crazy pseudo-scientific article from 2015?
    Wow, so... scientific. Skepticism and critical thinking at their best.
    This is Deepak Chopra level of bullshit-ery.

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  19. Can I borrow this to go back 4 years and "fix" something?

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  20. How about an editor??? after a couple paragraphs I gave up it was that bad....

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  21. How about an editor??? after a couple paragraphs I gave up it was that bad....

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  22. I'll take "Things that should wait till next year" for $500, Alex

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  23. So I don't need to bother to have my will notarized?

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  24. Ondt eblieve veryetighg ouy htnik.

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    1. Clearly it was a disaster. All of the timeline is distorted and this is obviously the twilight zone...

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  25. What is the native language of this article's author? Much of this does not make sense in English. Was this text an experiment in computer-generated language?

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  26. I just hope I’m a f***** billionaire in the parallel universe !

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  27. I hope they won't get the whole planet Earth into a black hole, then we are in trouble.

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  28. no they will not make contact with a parallel universe, because nothing interesting like that ever happens in this world. Because this world is chronically boring.

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  29. So much money spent when we had the answer all along. It is fourty two.

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  30. Do you want and interdimensional war? because this is how you start and interdimensional war.

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  31. Why does this article have such strange wording? Some of it doesn’t even make sense. I swear, any idiot can type a bunch of meaningless crap into their laptop & it’s forever out there for the whole world to “enjoy.” At least make sense for Gods sake.

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  32. For articles written in English, maybe you should pay writers who actually know how to write the language instead of the contractor with the lowest bid. The writing in this article is abhorrent and makes me not want to read anything else on your site.

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    1. Wow. AND plagiarized word for word from another site. Not even a recycled article of your own.

      http://physics-astronomy.com/2015/10/researchers-at-large-hadron-collider.html

      Yeah, I won't be back.

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  33. This entire article, and the images, were first posted in October 2015. Still an interesting subject.

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  34. Not parallel universe but underworld universe , universe of dangerous tied devils , they want to set them free to the humanbeings

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  35. Star Labs!!!!!


    Don't forget to carry a towel

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  36. Can you get a message to my parallel self
    If you meet a girl name Wendy run for the freaking hills. Hahaha

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  37. I thought a TeV was that thing I saw in motel rooms, that one with sounds coming out of it and moving pictures showing doing inane stories and unwatchable drivel. I'd give up after a few minutes--one hundred channels and nothing to watch. But this sounds dangerous; it's bad enough they have the National Enquirer in other universes. If only they had the London Daily Mail.. Could the world end if these guys make contact with another universe? Would "The Littlest Hobo" and "My Mother the Car" be running on every TV? A Jerry Lewis Marathon on Netflix? JUST DON'T!!! Too much risk--it could be The End of Civilization as We Know It..

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  38. So many grammatical errors in this article.
    I could hardly finish reading it.

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  39. As I have said before hire a proofreader.

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  40. Now you do remember something about the Tower of Babel. don't you?? Or were you asleep that say in Sunday School? Well, just in time for the election...

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  41. Thankfully I’m in my eighties and have had a wonderful life so carry on.

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  42. Can this wait until after Friday, I’ve got a hot date...

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  43. They seek to bring in the fallen Angels and their Nephilim offspring, and fight
    with the giants against the gods at the end of time....or, they could just chill
    out and have a beer, man.

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  44. Are these guys responsible for the Mandela effect? Been wondering about that.

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    1. I've read in a few places that we got knocked off our timeline back in 2012 due to Cern. And truly, everything does seem to have gone to absolute shit since then. I would love more credible info on this myself.

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  45. Who cares about this stuff when you can't even decide what to eat for dinner.

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  46. Give them a link to this movies ASAP........
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Justice_League:_The_Flashpoint_Paradox

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  47. Will Pork Scratchings taste better in this new place?

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  48. "Make Contact With Parallel Universe" Really? How is this "science"? I can't believe a site devoted to science would publish this crap. How about discussing what the collider actually does and the actual science behind it.

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  49. RAPTURE EVENT cover up story , oops we accidentally open up a small black hole ⚫ and it suck up all those people , oops it's a gravity leakage from our universe to a parallel universe , note : gravity pulls us down to earth , black holes suck matter and light , black holes have massive gravity that suck in matter, oops we are made of atoms - electrons which are matter.⚫🌀🤔

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  50. Soon after they contact a parallel universe they will discover that we live in bizarro world.

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  51. WHY the hell did they just copy an article from 2015??? https://physics-astronomy.com/2015/10/researchers-at-large-hadron-collider.html?fbclid=IwAR3MPVS9p41Ltjfu5P139jS18yPNz7Qkr4XkW5euGBrGJFOxlwKOBVo97PM

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  52. @synesthesia
    that is a very good and important question

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  53. https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/565315/Scientists-at-Large-Hadron-Collider-hope-to-make-contact-with-PARALLEL-UNIVERSE-in-days
    Please compare this article sentence by sentence. DO NOT share this article!

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