My friend Chris McCleary has sounded the alarm about some new data that’s popping up in enough dreams at the National Dream Center to make it interesting. It makes us suspect that some dangerous cosmology will be blowing up (or seriously malfunctioning) at CERN this summer or fall.
You need to go over to the National Dream Center site and read the posting here for background.
If you don’t know too much about CERN, it’s time now to begin absorbing just a bit. As we get closer to July, I’ll pop in the occasional “self-education” pointer here and there, so that IF/WHEN news does begin to pop you’ll know something about it.
As to why this shows up in this column, please note that we have a long history of tracking use multiple technologies, such as predictive linguistics, as well as dream analysis and word/phrase frequency analysis to give us a better handle on “that which is coming.” Often it’s wrong, but always thought-provoking. I trust you’ve visited out www.nostracodeus.com website, as well as the National Dream Center/NDC?
So back to CERN (because this has huge potential to be bad: Some bacgkround…
The European Organization for Nuclear Research (French: Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), known as CERN (/?s?rn/; French pronunciation: ?[s??n]; derived from “Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire”; see History) is a European research organization that operates the largest particle physics laboratory in the world. Established in 1954, the organization is based in the northwest suburbs of Geneva on the Franco–Swiss border,
( WikiMiniAtlas 46°14?3?N 6°3?19?E? / ?46.23417°N 6.05528°E? / 46.23417; 6.05528) and has 21 European member states. Israel is the first (and currently only) non-European country granted full membership.)
The term CERN is also used to refer to the laboratory, which in 2013 counted 2,513 staff members, and hosted some 12,313 fellows, associates, apprentices as well as visiting scientists and engineers representing 608 universities and research facilities and 113 nationalities.
CERN’s main function is to provide the particle accelerators and other infrastructure needed for high-energy physics research – as a result, numerous experiments have been constructed at CERN following international collaborations.
CERN is also the birthplace of the World Wide Web. The main site at Meyrin has a large computer centre containing powerful data processing facilities, primarily for experimental-data analysis; because of the need to make these facilities available to researchers elsewhere, it has historically been a major wide area networking hub.
As to the claims about CERN being the birthplace of the Worldwide Web, that’s technically true: Tim Berners-Lee’s great insight into Hypertext Mark-Up Language (HTML) occurred there in 1989.
But, now that gets us onto the trail of this morning’s little mind-treats to ponder.
When I zoom-out to the maximum permitted by the feeble George-mind, I begin to see what almost looks like the classical battle of “good and evil” evolving around CERN.
You see – and this goes back to the original “here, have an apple” in the [purported] Garden of Eden – there are a couple of ways of looking at life.
One method would have been to sit back, not accept the apple from the tree of knowledge, just accept that which is bounded by physical laws, but not challenge those laws or understand how they work, let alone manipulate them for our specific purposes.
The second method, which doesn’t need a bunch of superstitions built up around it, is the scientific method which is really little more than a take-it-apart-and-see-how-it-works project of enormous scale.
Considering 5,000 years ago, conveniences like indoor plumbing had yet to be invented in a meaningful (accompanied by Charmin) sort of way, the idea that you have a “magic box” which let’s you “plug-in” to an ocean of reality really makes it seem like the bite on the original apple was a good thing.
Until, that is, you start looking at the debris and leftovers from the process.
As you know, Elaine and I have been crisscrossing America by land and air for a good while now, and you’d be surprised at how crappy some of the country is. And a good bit of it can be seen on aircraft sectional charts that have – gosh, must be over half of the land areas of Nevada – still marked as no-fly territory due to atomic tests and such. Not to mention the down-winders who were exposed to high levels of radiation as children, especially in the Four Corners area of Arizona.
Then there are the massive dead zones in the ocean, brought about by the run-off of high-potency fertilizers and pesticides that slough-off the land and end up places like off the mouth of the Mississippi River, or the European version up in the ocean between Denmark and Sweden.
There’s a handy-dandy map off to the right, there –> which includes a link to oceanic dead zones that you can study at your own leisure.
And then there’s the problem of space-junk. m A Wikipedia note on that tells us:
As of 2009[update] about 19,000 pieces of debris larger than 5 cm (2 in) are tracked, with 300,000 pieces larger than 1 cm estimated to exist below 2,000 kilometres (1,200 mi). For comparison, the International Space Station orbits in the 300–400 kilometres (190–250 mi) range and the 2009 satellite collision and 2007 antisat test events occurred at from 800 to 900 kilometres (500 to 560 mi).[
Thus, when I assert that “biting into the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge” was an arguably bad move.
Humans seem to have schooled-up (to put it in marine biology terms for fish) on two center premises way back in the earliest of times.
Premise 1. Do not eat the fruit from the Tree of Knowledge. When you are ready and sufficiently advanced as a species, some great Other will come along, and you’ll all get to go off into (the) Heavens and that will be that. Simply follow the ground rules we’re leaving behind on how to live right path that we’ve left and everything will work out find.
A great source on this (and with some serious corrections to currently popular Biblical texts that support the “We were planted” may be found at Chris Tyreman’s www.thechronicleproject.org website. And no, there weren’t just 10 Commandments.
Premise 2. Eat all the fruit you want, as fast as you can because by doing so, you might be able to keep up with the Grim Reaper who seems – almost unstoppably – to jump out after every bite.
Some examples: Atomic energy. Sounds great but poll the folks in Fukushima or most of Japan and you might find some variance. Or, ask American Down-winders about it.
Of course, modern high intensity agriculture is a miracle, but go back to the kill-the-oceans runoff and rethink what I’m telling you about a Grim Reaper in every bite.
Same thing in antibiotics: Penicillin is a miracle drug. But it has worn-out to some degree, and so has almost everything up through Cipro. In fact, about the best anti-bacterial out there may still be silver which I encourage everyone to have and use since there’s a reason both Permise 1 and Premise 2 people agree it is a precious metal.
But it’s too late to put back the genie on this whole antibiotic thing; it’s being made and dispensed in such numbers that it’s showing up in water supply samples.
As long as I have my pet “bitch list” out about Premise 2 thinking, have you read about the dangers of bisphenol-A which is used to coat thermal printer paper, like your receipts from the store? This stuff is definitely not good for you. And it gets absorbed through the skin.
Could go on all day about the Grim Reaper aspect of Premise 1 versus Premise 2 thinking, but the next logical stopping place would be a book-length treatment (after my novel, maybe), but to report on the marvels of modern computers would simply get me into the GR’s work on carpel tunnel syndrome and viruses from innocent drive-by’s on the net.
“So are you getting to a point?”
Oh, that. Umm….yeah, sure, and here it comes:
We don’t KNOW as in mathematically provable science, but we suspect that the CERN quest for the God Particle may run into trouble. Trouble with a capital “T” trouble.
Maybe the God Particle doesn’t want to be found.
Or, if it has been found, at least it doesn’t want to be isolated. So as to where CERN is looking for consistent results of the Higgs-Boson?
On 14 March 2013 CERN confirmed that:
- “CMS and ATLAS have compared a number of options for the spin-parity of this particle, and these all prefer no spin and positive parity [two fundamental criteria of a Higgs boson consistent with the Standard Model]. This, coupled with the measured interactions of the new particle with other particles, strongly indicates that it is a Higgs boson.” 
Examples of tests used to validate whether the 125 GeV particle is a Higgs boson.
So here is this morning’s Postulate:
Given that CERN is pressing ahead on this Master of the Universe line of fruit-eating, something is bound to go wrong at some point. It could be big, or it could be small.
Big might be something like a “clump of God particle” and various hangers-on (to a Premise 1 thinker it would be the Heavenly Hosts, but to a Premise 2 thinker, it would be a cluster of related particles) getting loose and doing some serious damage.
Imagine, for a moment what the results would be of a 10-foot diameter ball of God’s wrath Particle getting loose and boring its way into the core of the earth. Everything from earthquakes to the oceans being emptied., Maybe that already happened – to Venus.
So here’s the interesting speculation: What IF (and this is a wild-eyed IF) the ancient texts (after Tyreman’s work) are actually telling us a whole lot more than early monkey-brains were able to comprehend.
What IF the containment vessel design to confine a Higgs Boson is a Tabernacle (or Holy of Holies) and we’re just all too frigging stupid to successfully generalize that the reason we haven’t seen the end of the world yet, is we have just been slow munching forbidden fruit to get there?
And interesting and intriguing concept, is it not? We have until mid summer to contemplate, if there’s anything to the dream state outlooks.
So was that the Royal Cubits on the Insider and the Sacred Cubits on the outside? And might that design be a wild-Higgs Boson/God Particle version of a fallout shelter?
Hear, have another bite off this apple and think about it.
Taking Monday Off
On the right is a George’s-third-eye view with Runway 18 with the GoPro headband at Palestine visible just to the left of the prop-blur. One of these days, I will feel like getting a filter for the GoPro so the picture will not include the prop.
If you’re not a pilot, above and left of my right hand, the first round dial shows a 500-foot per minute descent rate. The one above that (on the 6) means 600 feet elevation, so 175 feet above the 425’ elevation runway. Right hand on throttle in case a deer wanders out onto the runway or need to do a go-round for some other reason.
Nice day, although there was something of an inversion with a lot of smoke and haze down below 3,000 feet. It cleared out in the afternoon, but it was about 58F on the ground and 62F at 2800, so classic smoky-cruddy stuff limiting forward visibility to 20-miles, or so. Still, the worst day flying is better than most “best days” on the ground.
Plans call for a trip to the mountain country of Arizona before it warms up, too much, out West.
One of these days, I will put some landing and take-off vids on my YouTube channel along with the “Trujillo Honduras in One Minute” that is also awaiting editing.
Meantime, more pressing business today: Catching up on a couple of Peoplenomics subscriber issues, writing the report for Peoplenomics tomorrow morning and then – Wednesday – is tax day.
Yuck. But now you know what Monday was a “Screw it, Let’s go flying!” day. I encourage everyone to take those at least once a quarter.
You have our permission this morning to “Call in well” to work if the mood strikes you.
Write when you break-even…