Cosmic Warfare

CERN PREPARING TO TRANSPORT ANTI-MATTER

As regular readers of this website know, and as anyone who has read my book The Third Way knows, I'm one of those people who has some "conCERNs" about CERN. There are a lot of us out there, and the theories being advanced regarding possible covert uses and programs for its large hadron collider are, well, "many and varied", to speak euphemistically about them. They range the whole spectrum from peculiar blends of quantum mechanics and "bible prophecy" (I kid you not!), to revivals of Saturnalian occult rituals, portals opening for demons, and so on. Hence, anyone like me indulging high octane speculations about "covert possibilities" with CERN immediately gets tarred with the "weirdness brush", even though I've not advanced anything like these other rococo embellishments. Compared to quantum mechanical bible prophecies and Saturnalia, my speculations about potential covert possibilities for CERN's expensive toy pale by comparison. For example, I advanced various possibilities in The Third Way, ranging from planetary (and possibly solar) magnetic resonance effects to possible effects on human behavior and hidden "data correlation experiments." Quantum mechanical bible prophecy and Saturnalian portals for demons was not, and is not, on my radar.

My reasons for advancing even those relatively "bland" speculations stemmed from a consideration of the organization of CERN itself; here is an organization with quasi-sovereign status, with the ability to issue what amounts to de facto sovereign securities in international markets to fund its experiments and its "toy." And the funding is massive. These things, I argued, betokened parallels with military expenditures, and the sovereign status and hence secrecy surrounding the organization only raised my suspicion meter into the red zone. Then there were the shenanigans that occurred in German and American courts prior to the big moment when the switch was turned on, for some sought injunctions to prevent that from happening, arguing that the device would create "mini-black holes" (quark gluon states, to be more accurate), and the Earth itself would be swallowed up and obliterated. The courts side-stepped the issue by pointing out they had no jurisdiction over sovereign entities, and CERN has yet to set up any (kangaroo) court systems to deal with suits against itself. It's a nifty arrangement, especially when, potentially, you're up to all sorts of covert no-good.

For the past couple of years there's been no "suggestive" stories coming out of the entity; no reports of Saturnalian demons sliding through portals to planet Earth to suck it up in a quark-gluon plasma of apocalyptic proportions. I was almost beginning to feel good about the whole thing, when earlier this week, Ms. K.M. sent along the following article which robbed me of my monotonous peace, and set the wheels of high octane speculation spinning once again:

CERN scientists get antimatter ready for its first road trip

Now, in case you missed it, after the usual reminder that matter and anti-matter reactions are total annihilation reactions (i.e., the reaction has a 100% efficiency, far beyond that of "ordinary" reactions that take place in, oh, say, hydrogen bombs) here are the things that sent my suspicion meter back into the red zone:

Antihydrogen atoms were first created at CERN in 1995, but it wasn't until 2010 that scientists managed to trap and study them properly – even if only for fractions of a second. In 2011, researchers managed to hold onto the antimatter atoms for a solid 16 minutes, allowing them to eventually study their spectra to see how they compare to regular old hydrogen.

Well gee, that's just wonderful, it really is. Congratulations guys (and gals). But wait, there's more:

Nowadays, CERN can readily produce antiprotons in a particle decelerator, slowing them down to be captured in a specially-designed trap. But to really make the most of them, it's time for the volatile substance to leave the nest, and be put to work in other areas of research.

The goal of CERN's antiProton Unstable Matter Annihilation (PUMA) project is to get antimatter ready for its maiden voyage to another facility. The first destination isn't very far away – just a few hundred meters – but even a journey that short will require years of research and development.

The team is designing a new trap that locks antiprotons in a "bottle", keeping the atoms suspended in the center with powerful magnetic and electric fields. The atoms will be stored in a vacuum like that of intergalactic space, and at a temperature slightly above absolute zero. Ideally the trap will be able to store a billion antiprotons at once, over 100 times more than any existing technology, and keep them there for several weeks at a time.

The trap will then be loaded onto a van and driven to the site of a nearby project known as ISOLDE, which plans to use the antimatter to experiment with rare radioactive isotopes and eventually understand neutron stars.

"It's almost science fiction to be driving around antimatter in a truck," says Charles Horowitz, a theoretical nuclear physicist working on the project. "It's a wonderful idea." (Emphasis added)

For a moment, stop and imagine this technology becoming "ordinary" to the extent that the semi-truck one passes on the freeway might be carrying some anti-matter to your local physics lab so that scientists can study neutron stars. It's "a wonderful idea."

Yea right.

I'm not sold that it's so wonderful, and here's my high octane speculative reasons why. Suppose you wanted to make a matter-antimatter bomb, a real "asteroid killer" (hmmm...). What would be the necessary steps in the technology tree? Well, (1) you'd first have to construct a technology that could produce enough antimatter, then (2) you'd have to find a way to capture and contain enough of it over a prolonged time. Once one had that technology, then (3) it could be transported (or targeted), and (4) the containing mechanism could then be turned off, and voila.  Now, all that is a dramatic over-simplification, with monstrously large hurdles at every turn.

But note that even with my dramatic over-simplification, that this article seems to indicate that step has been achieved, and steps two and three are already on the drawing board.

Am I concerned about CERN?

You betcha!

See you on the flip side...

 

 

 

 

17 thoughts on “CERN PREPARING TO TRANSPORT ANTI-MATTER”

  1. How can there be a spectra to study if it is a not, an anti?

    To this conundrum I thought, that since they are studying hydrogen (anti-matter) perhaps they are looking at what Randell Mills of Brilliant Light Power, formerly Blacklight Power, discovered concerning Hydrino’s, the hydrogen with formerly unrecognized lower valence state of its electron, to which Mills has identified as
    being the ‘dark matter’ of the universe.

    Mills is producing hydrinos as the end result of the reaction he has been able to ignite, which is coming close to commercial development of what he is creating a power source of literally a SUN in a coffee cup.!

  2. jenuspect (Jeannette B)

    Is this one of those things where we are told they are working on figuring out how to do something, while they’re already doing it?

  3. “Quantum mechanical bible prophecy and Saturnalian portals for demons was not, and is not, on my radar.” That made me chuckle. No, Dr. Farrell you are definitely not as far out there as some of the other alternative reporters on the block. We won’t name names, but they know who they are, probably.

  4. CERN is best understood by “who benefits” and “follow the money” guides, rather than speculating on ‘output’.

    Joseph’s noting how CERN was set up as a ‘sovereign enti ty’ [hah!] brings up the Vatican, City of London, District of Columbia, etc. Serious ‘power’ underlying each of those façades. Equivalent status?

    Also, the PTB does not invest serious money in anything they do not perceive as relevant to their cause(s). CERN took serious money to build, and takes serious money to operate and upgrade. So, the ‘output’ (whatever it really is) must be worth the investment, in TPTB eyes.

    To the above, I’m going to add Gizar components: Ancient war. Remnant ‘people’ and technologies. Continuity of purpose. Stir…

    I see a ‘breakout moment’ coming up. CERN is responsible for energy needs – whether space-drive, weaponry, or whatever. Another ‘center’ is responsible for whatever is the goal in their DNA research and collecting. ‘Re-embodiment’ in their ancient form? The ‘financial’ side is simply holding-ground, keeping the ‘mess’ from imploding/exploding until they are out of here

    (And yes, it will be interesting to see what “spiritual components” are coming-together, both on the PTB side and humanity’s side…)

    1. Robert Barricklow

      Another besides the Vatican is the BIS.
      Your analyses brings to mind Ben Rich’s/We already have the means to travel around the stars, but these technologies are locked up in black projects and it would take an act of God to ever get them out to benefit humanity. He said that a quarter of a century ago.

      I wonder if they’ll leave their scorched Earth calling card for humanity after they’re out of here?

      1. Yes, the BIS is probably the financial ‘head’. Thanks. Does that leave the City of London as the political ‘head’? Or a ‘combo’?

        Ben Rich died not long after that remark. Remark: March 1993 lecture at UCLA. Dead: January 5, 1995. Hmmm…
        https://noriohayakawa.wordpress.com/2016/07/01/ben-rich-erroneously-misquoted-by-the-ufo-community/
        (last paragraphs, after required ‘spin’)

        (As regarding ‘scorched earth’ as they go: If I go by certain internet sources, the Pleiadians defeated the Dracos and forced them into ‘hiding’ on Earth. Now, the majority of humans on Earth today are Pleiadian-sourced types. That might give you a sense of the ‘love’ between the Dracos and their humans…)

        1. Sorry, not buying it. Too many heard what he said, and he said it more than once.
          Regarding CERN, I’m with you Dr. Farrell. We’re monkees messing with gasoline and a match….on a planetary scale.

          1. Westcoaster, I am not sure what you are “not buying”. Are you affirming that Rich’s remarks were as generally quoted by the public (which the article basically says at its end, after the ‘spin’) or that the remarks were taken out of context (as said earlier in the article)? Did you read the article?

  5. You know, this is going to sound woo-woo to anyone who’s never had such experiences, but I’ve had any number of times where I’ve not only gone into what is, for lack of a better term called the spirit realm, but then have gone beyond.

    In this state you often have a heightened, piercing perception, a sort of inner sight that can act in and upon that realm, and a number of times I’ve found that my concentration actually pierced through the veil of even that other realm and I found myself face to face with the lattice-work matrix holding it all together.

    Believe me, you don’t want to go there. Though it looks rather unprepossessing, it is much more than formidable; in fact it is foreboding incarnate and just the sight of it freaks you out, and you back off instinctively, knowing this is no place that any rational being would ever want to go.

    But yet the occult nutjobs at CERN are racing toward it with sledge-hammers. It is beyond insane, this is nothing to mess with, this is the underlying structure.

    1. Robert Barricklow

      I unknowingly plunged a little too deep into that world;
      and am lucky to have gotten back w/o too much flack.
      Reminds me of the expression – to hell & back.

    2. goethe’s faust..

      what are they?
      the mothers
      I see them
      yes, but do you fear them.
      aka a ‘numinous’ experience

  6. Yeah, let’s have trucks of anti-matter tooling around the planet – great idea.

    Bear in mind that one gram of anti-matter colliding with one gram of matter would produce an “energy release” on the order of 17 Nagasaki bombs – under perfect conditions – about 425 kilotons worth of explosion (according to some quick checking I did on internet physics blogs).

    One wonders how small the containment vessel could be made to hold 1/10 or 1/50 of a gram (which would still be a pretty big explosion)? Artillery shell size? hand grenade size? Even 1/100 of a gram would produce around 4 kilotons of explosion – nothing to sneeze at. It would make one heck of a truck bomb. (Autonomous vehicles anyone? Suicide drivers?)

    But I’m sure no military application of this research has crossed their minds . . . .

    Maybe CERN will rule the world after all, raining down anti-matter cruise missiles and “rod of god” orbiting weapons on anyone who doesn’t lock into goose-step on their currency system, based in Basil, er, New Berlin (666 Kammler Strasse?)

    Cerncoin anyone?

  7. Robert Barricklow

    The mindset of these power brokers is best exemplified [here in the context of the above post] w/respect to a typical remark made by one of their ilk, Madeleine Albright who screamed at Colin Powell/

    What’s the point of having this superb military if we can’t use it?

    Remember the worst President in history/Truman?
    Used the Atom Bomb on two living cities just for show?
    There’s no business like Show business!!!

    1. Robert Barricklow

      As an aside, one of the videos I watched thru this site, about the blockchain as an AI tool, had an intelligence NSA guy saying that CERN was Europe’s CIA HQ?

    2. Robert Barricklow

      With all the talk about a coming Polar Shift[are we in one now?]. It’s been well over 700,00 some years since the last one[so they say] and it’s lonnnnng overdue. With all that emphasis on magnetic sciences at CERN; it makes one wonder if this polar shift is related to any of the the goings on at CERN?

  8. Dr. Strangelove, the king of Cernia,
    sits upon his cyclo-throne
    of communist antimatter utopia
    in masonry skull and bone.

  9. And all of this dedicated to the swastica-armed deity known as Shiva…’the destroyer of worlds’

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