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World's biggest experiment to unlock secrets of Big Bang could cause the end of the world
09-08-2008, 04:37 AM,
#16
World's biggest experiment to unlock secrets of Big Bang could cause the end of the world
Ok, now I'm really screwed up, we went from black holes to just hoes to mental sex? WTF?
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09-08-2008, 05:46 AM,
#17
World's biggest experiment to unlock secrets of Big Bang could cause the end of the world
Quote:Yeah I've been listening to "ECHOES OF THE FOREST" all night -- it's an amazing Pygmy c.d. and it's very similar but not quite as intense as NAMBIA: MUSIC OF THE JU'HUANSI BUSHMEN or close to that spelling. So I had to special order both of these and the later is the real thing -- intense trance dance music that was the original shamanism from 10,000 BCE to 80,000 BCE and older.

I just finished the book NORTH TO THE NIGHT: A YEAR IN THE ARTIC ICE by Alvah Simon (1999). He has spent his life living with indigenous cultures and this book is the climax of that training. He has a precognitive dream about this artic fox and then he actually stands right up to a huge polar bear that amazingly spares his life. The book is full of near encounters with death -- all true and his love for life is really powerful. He lived alone on a boat in the Artic and almost went insane but pulled through somehow. As he reports the Inuit have this "Drum Song" that was banned by the Danes but the Inuit still practice dream songs, just like the aborigines, literally resonating with the consciousness of reality that creates life in Nature.

I'm glad for you - the previous point still stands though - no more blather about your etheric sexual conquests on this thread..or any others for that matter unless you dedicate one in off topic to such for whatever complex reasons. You've mentioned the bushmen music a few times - you might like to have a look for 'charcoal gypsies' which is an album recorded of the surviving tradition of ancient Egyptian nomadic gypsy music.. you might like it.
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09-08-2008, 09:11 AM,
#18
World's biggest experiment to unlock secrets of Big Bang could cause the end of the world
blablabla, back to patronizing there, been a while? no more 'no mores' please, even if you are having a bad day or other complexes.

the empire of prude perverts strikes back. to fuck is to conspire, whining is more off topic than sex could ever be.

cern is the temple/sexshop where bought and paid fors can worship the cutting-edge, a weird crowd of demolition experts. the results will be as convincing as a NIST report.
two gigantic slingshots, colliding scientists would be more entertaining and cheaper, the LSS. maybe this could demonstrate the law of falling more precisely. anyway you put it the drain awaits.
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09-09-2008, 01:37 AM,
#19
World's biggest experiment to unlock secrets of Big Bang could cause the end of the world
http://www.risk-evaluation-forum.org/anon6.htm

So the Inuit and Polar Bear are already collecting dangerous levels of radioactive fallout from the "safe" nuclear power plants....and the Russians have already reported physical damage from the preliminary CERN tests....and so science goes, the rape of Mother Nature but the Cosmic Mother will take revenge and truth will remain UNVEILED.

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09-10-2008, 01:50 PM,
#20
World's biggest experiment to unlock secrets of Big Bang could cause the end of the world
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/7604293.stm

Quote:Mr Myers has experience of the latter problem. While working on the LHC's predecessor, a machine called the Large-Electron Positron Collider, engineers found two beer bottles wedged into the beam pipe - a deliberate, one-off act of sabotage.

The culprits - who were drinking a particular brand that advertising once claimed would "refresh the parts other beers cannot reach" - were never found.

Call me a nerd but found this very funny
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09-11-2008, 01:08 AM,
#21
World's biggest experiment to unlock secrets of Big Bang could cause the end of the world
Maybe you're on to something about scientists:

http://newsbiscuit.com/article/junior-scie...lay-conkers-366

Quote:http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/7604293.stm

Quote:Mr Myers has experience of the latter problem. While working on the LHC's predecessor, a machine called the Large-Electron Positron Collider, engineers found two beer bottles wedged into the beam pipe - a deliberate, one-off act of sabotage.

The culprits - who were drinking a particular brand that advertising once claimed would "refresh the parts other beers cannot reach" - were never found.

Call me a nerd but found this very funny
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09-11-2008, 03:23 AM, (This post was last modified: 09-11-2008, 05:50 AM by ---.)
#22
World's biggest experiment to unlock secrets of Big Bang could cause the end of the world
So you don't like reading my links:

We spent a few minutes trying to clean the lumps off the detector. But it's quite difficult to clean a Large Hardon Collider in the dark.' The young researchers' case was not helped by them repeatedly calling the billion dollar construction 'the Hard-on' collider, and then giggling at the innuendo.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsUr6ew93yk

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Quote:blablabla, back to patronizing there, been a while? no more 'no mores' please, even if you are having a bad day or other complexes.

the empire of prude perverts strikes back. to fuck is to conspire, whining is more off topic than sex could ever be.


Yeah well, whatever.whether it be qi Gong or not - the thread is about CERN, not DH's repeated self proclaimed skills in psychic wanking ..you want to get your wang vibrating to that then take it to PM's or make a dedicated thread for such ego stroking - if you really need to - oh liberated one *shrugs*

Basically - don't take the piss monsieur. have a week off and sort yer neck out
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09-11-2008, 09:19 AM,
#23
World's biggest experiment to unlock secrets of Big Bang could cause the end of the world
Large Hadron collider rap

:rolleyes:
If Thine I that I spy with my own little I Doeth Offend thee ; Pluck It out.

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09-13-2008, 06:23 PM,
#24
World's biggest experiment to unlock secrets of Big Bang could cause the end of the world
Hackers infiltrate Large Hadron Collider systems and mock IT security
Last Updated: 4:01pm BST 12/09/2008
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Hackers have mounted an attack on the Large Hadron Collider, raising concerns about the security of the biggest experiment in the world. By Roger Highfield.
Have Your Say: Does the LHC need a new name?
Full coverage of the Large Hadron Collider atom smasher
The LHC: Your questions answered | CERN helps us understand the world
Glossary | LHC Facts | How it works

As the first particles were circulating in the machine near Geneva where the world wide web was born, a Greek group hacked into the facility, posting a warning about weaknesses in its infrastructure.


Calling themselves the Greek Security Team, the interlopers mocked the IT used on the project, describing the technicians responsible for security as "a bunch of schoolkids."

However, despite an ominous warning "don't mess with us," the hackers said they had no intention of disrupting the work of the atom smasher.

"We're pulling your pants down because we don't want to see you running around naked looking to hide yourselves when the panic comes," they wrote in Greek in a rambling note posted on the LHC's network.

The scientists behind the £4.4 billion "Big Bang" machine had already received threatening emails and been besieged by telephone calls from worried members of the public concerned by speculation that the machine could trigger a black hole to swallow the earth, or earthquakes and tsunamis, despite endless reassurances to the contrary from the likes of Prof Stephen Hawking.

The website - http://www.cmsmon.cern.ch - can no longer be accessed by the public as a result of the attack.
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Scientists working at Cern, the organisation that runs the vast smasher, were worried about what the hackers could do because they were "one step away" from the computer control system of one of the huge detectors of the machine, a vast magnet that weighs 12500 tons, measuring around 21 metres in length and 15 metres wide/high.

If they had hacked into a second computer network, they could have turned off parts of the vast detector and, said the insider, "it is hard enough to make these things work if no one is messing with it."

Fortunately, only one file was damaged but one of the scientists firing off emails as the CMS team fought off the hackers said it was a "scary experience".

The hackers targeted the Compact Muon Solenoid Experiment, or CMS, one of the four "eyes" of the facility that will be analysing the fallout of the Big Bang.

The CMS team of around 2000 scientists is racing with another team that runs the Atlas detector, also at Cern, to find the Higgs particle, one that is responsible for mass.

"There seems to be no harm done. From what they can tell, it was someone making the point that CMS was hackable," said James Gillies, spokesman for Cern. "It was quickly detected."

"We have several levels of network, a general access network and a much tighter network for sensitive things that operate the LHC," said Gillies.

"We are a very visible site," he said, adding that of the 1.4 million emails sent to Cern yesterday, 98 per cent was spam.

The hacking attempt started around the time that the giant machine was about to circulate its first particles, under the spotlight of the world's media.

Continues...

Source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/main.jhtm.../scicern312.xml
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09-14-2008, 10:41 PM,
#25
World's biggest experiment to unlock secrets of Big Bang could cause the end of the world
Seekrets...this is a good spot for material on the big bang never happened...
Not that contra makes you a bad person.
The Big Bang Never Happened' by Eric J. Lerner (the plasma universe)
http://www.spaceandmotion.com/cosmology/le...er-happened.htm
Explains Big Bang and Hawkins worm holes and new findings of how plasma drives the galaxy shapes.
FILAMENTS OF THE UNIVERSE
http://www.the-electric-universe.info/Scripts/filament.html
No mention of momentum in those but in:
Physics Before and After Einstein
By Marco Mamone Capria
http://books.google.com/books?id=r9C-SCXymPoC
Search Electromagnetic Momentum Thomson 1893
for history and background of momentum in the ether.
Or page 27
The equations I have indicated before but are stated in the
text. However the text does not go far enough because only Tesla
achieved the expected ether momentum reaction.
Momentum and tubes of force in beginning of Lyne interview:
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Slickrick/blog/2008/09
Date / Time: 9/5/2008 12:00 PM
The UFO Town Meeting!
Includes government ET UFO agent, Tesla craft momentum theory and historical UFO origins magazine editor.
Agent says anti gravity propulsion brings ETs from nearest star system.
However the government agent is not up to date since gravity is not present at large distances from mass objects
and the latest mode of travel for ETs is worm holes and by using other dimensions (which also do not exist).
If you get the Lerner book, the Sun takes in electrical space currents at the equator.
Use the Tesla way from the power of free energy in the Cosmos:
"The demonstration of the fact that a vibrating gaseous column
possesses rigidity, must greatly modify the views of thinkers. When
with low frequencies and insignificant potentials indications of that
property may be noted, how must a gaseous medium behave under the
influence of enormous electrostatic stresses, which may be active in
the interstellar space, and which may alternate with inconceivable
rapidity?"
"The existence of such an electrostatic, rymthmically-throbbing
force - of a vibrating electrostatic field- would show a possible way
how solids might have formed from the ultra-gaseous uterus, and how
transverse and all kinds of vibrations may be transmitted through a
gaseous medium filling all space"
-Nikola Tesla (From New York Times, Sept. 30, 1894)
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09-22-2008, 03:28 PM, (This post was last modified: 09-22-2008, 03:56 PM by rsol.)
#26
World's biggest experiment to unlock secrets of Big Bang could cause the end of the world
Quote:it's of no conCERN to this thread.From now on save the metaporn for your blogs or private messages to anyone who's dysfunctional enough to actually be interested in hearing about these same old same old repetitive mind wank accounts. Otherwise really interesting posts, Drew.


I think you have just typed out the best pros i have ever read

* rsol takes off hat and salutes:)
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09-23-2008, 03:29 AM,
#27
World's biggest experiment to unlock secrets of Big Bang could cause the end of the world
I'm not so sure that other dimensions don't exist. Everything has frequencies. There are odd harmonic and odd harmonic frequencies and are opposing in nature. Since there can exist multiple frequencies at the same time, each independant upon the other, one may very well exist that attributes to what we call 3D. We know there are 1D and 2D because we are living in the 3D frequency range. Being perhaps at a higher oscillation are more dimentions, ones we could not see. Just as the frequency of sound, ranges we can not hear, yet they penetrate and can be heard by animals with a capability of a higher frequency than we can hear. Very real, but not to us. We are made aware of these sounds because we see animals respond to them.

Everything has an odd harmonic frequency that can either be destructive on constructive. Diseases can be formed or terminated, glass broken, CRT fillaments can be shook until the carbon is actually shook off. I believe in another dimensions, maybe even layers upon layers. Just as we know that 1D & 2D exist, we can only observe, but can not participate in them. With odd harmonic frequencies, the right ones at the right voltage, ampage, henrys, inpedance, oscillations, who knows. It would take time, but indeed, the right frequency is attainable. If time and demsions are on frequency, we could actually tear apart a hole, worm hole if you wish to call it. It should be dependant upon the length of the spectrum it occupies. We could see and who knows, maybe even open a door, not to another planet or galaxy, but a whole world that we know nothing about, except for fairy tales, myths, and religions. Thing is, they may be able to participate in ours. We assume that we are 3D, we could be higher or lower. But thats just what I wonder sometimes.
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09-23-2008, 05:56 AM,
#28
World's biggest experiment to unlock secrets of Big Bang could cause the end of the world
Thanks Nik.
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09-23-2008, 10:30 AM,
#29
World's biggest experiment to unlock secrets of Big Bang could cause the end of the world
great hilly!! that would be asymmetry! check out piano keyboards for basic study of this, C to G to c. some cosmic laws one cannot deny.

proton vs. proton, it cannot produce anything beneficial.
as with the beautifully done '4 dimensions' movies, the error is going for the exact middle, be it the squarerrot of 1 or 2. taking harmonic pairs would produce an infinte number of two complimentary 'v-circles'
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09-23-2008, 07:14 PM,
#30
World's biggest experiment to unlock secrets of Big Bang could cause the end of the world
Yes the universe is a big white hole that also exists within each of our brains through a worm hole:

I happened upon a FASCINATING book last night -- Brains, Machines, and Mathematics [IMPORT] (Hardcover)
by Michael A. Arbib (Author) Written in the 1960s -- this book was cutting-edge and still covers the fundamental concepts for A.I. Arbib's latest work is on giving robots emotions.

Essentially he states that the pressure of stimulation is logarithmic to the frequency of neuron firing. He emphasizes that the brain works as a system of redundancy so that neuron loss just means loss of frequency intensity. The amplitude then is still defined by Arbib in a classical sense -- but since frequency is also defined as a group whole, the intensity of frequency is translated from classical into quantum. Arbib doesn't point this out -- writting in the 1960s -- but that concept is inherent to his argument.

Biol Cybern. 2007 Jan;96(1):9-38. Epub 2006 Oct 7.

Extending the mirror neuron system model, I. Audible actions and invisible grasps.

Bonaiuto J, Rosta E, Arbib M.

Department of Neuroscience, USC Brain Project, University of Southern California, 3641 Watt Way, Los Angeles, CA, USA. bonaiuto@usc.edu

The paper introduces mirror neuron system II (MNS2), a new version of the MNS model (Oztop and Arbib in Biol Cybern 87 (2):116-140, 2002) of action recognition learning by mirror neurons of the macaque brain. The new model uses a recurrent architecture that is biologically more plausible than that of the original model. Moreover, MNS2 extends the capacity of the model to address data on audio-visual mirror neurons and on the response of mirror neurons when the target object was recently visible but is currently hidden.

September 23, 2008 10:55 AM

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