Most of you know what I think about CERN's Large Hadron Colllider, and my suspicions that it's about a lot more than just "particle physics".  I've explored a rash of speculative hypotheses over the years with respect to the collider, including the ideas that it is really designed to explore the possibilities of hyper-dimensions (a hypothesis CERN actually admitted to), that it was conducting covert magnetic resonance studies (possibly even involving the Sun), and that it was exploring covert "data correlations" with human behavior and so on; all of them pretty wild and woolly speculations. The one thing I do not think is that it is just about "particle physics".  Indeed, the more I look at the organization and its collider, the more I question the philosophical foundations of particle physics; as a friend of this website once put it to me in a private email: so they're slamming what amounts to mechanical clocks into each other in the quest to find what makes them work. Are we surprised we see shards of gears and springs?

Well, CERN wants to build an even bigger collider with a 91kilometer circuit (or about 56 miles), part of which would pass beneath Lake Geneva, according to this article shared by T.S.:

In other words, its a Large Hadron Collider On Steroids, and since we're in Amerika and learning how to non-communicate through overuse of abbreviations, that's LAHCOS.

Now I raise my speculations because, as I say, I'm increasingly skeptical about the philosophical basis behind these colliders: you get what you pay for, and in particle physics, you tend to find what you're attempting to observe. In this case, smashing the same clocks together on an even bigger raceway than the Large Hadron Collider probably will turn up smaller and smaller shards of springs and gears. What I'm increasingly skeptical about it that implied equation "smaller = more fundamental." In short, I still suspect that these large colliders are about other things than just particle physics, and that those "other things" are the real reason for their existence. Of course, I could be wrong; they might turn on their gigantic new collider some day, and discover to their (and everyone else's) surprise that their collectors have managed to snap a picture of a Feynman diagram, but for the moment, I'm betting on "the other stuff," and (call me crazy) that makes me think there may be a reason they're thinking of running part of the course of their new racetrack beneath Lake Geneva. After all, they supposedly found the Higgs.

Now, while we're talking about some apparently disconnected scientific miscellanies, T.S. also sent along an article about the Perseus Cloud, which, in case you didn't know, is a region about 500 light years wide, and only a mere 1000 or so light years away from the solar system, which appears to be forming stars and birthing planets at a pretty good clip. As the 1960s song has it, "everybody look what's going down," because something definitely appears to be happening in the Perseus cloud.  What that may be is anyone's guess, and I have my own guesses, which I'll hint at here with the article T.S. shared, and with another article I searched for because T.S.'s article made me think of the question: "I wonder if all 'this' is happening inside of a 'that'?"

So here's hint number one, T.S.'s article:

And here's hint number two, and the article I found when I asked the question "I wonder of all 'this' is happening inside of a 'that'?" Answer: yes:

Mystery in the Perseus Cluster

Now, it's important to note that this second article is really not just one hint, but two, and that the two are along entirely different lines.   So here, from this NASA article, is hint 2A:

In short, it appears to be real.  The reality of the line was further confirmed when Bulbul's team found the same spectral signature in X-ray emissions from 73 other galaxy clusters.  Those data were gathered by Europe's XMM-Newton, a completely independent X-ray telescope.

Moreover, about a week after Bulbul team posted their paper online, a different group led by Alexey Boyarsky of Leiden University in the Netherlands reported evidence for the same spectral line in XMM-Newton observations of the Andromeda galaxy.  They also confirmed the line in the outskirts of the Perseus cluster.

The spectral line appears not to come from any known type of matter, which shifts suspicion to the unknown: dark matter.

"After we submitted the paper, theoreticians came up with about 60 different dark matter types which could explain this line. Some particle physicists have jokingly called this particle a 'bulbulon'," she laughs.

The menagerie of dark matter candidates that might produce this kind of line include axions, sterile neutrinos, and "moduli dark matter" that may result from the curling up of extra dimensions in string theory.

And here's hint number 2B:

The cluster itself is immersed in an enormous 'atmosphere' of superheated plasma—and it is there that the mystery resides.

Beyond these hints for the moment I do not wish to go, I'm simply recording these articles and my hints "for the record," as it were, but I rather suspect that some of you out these already have your own high octane suspicions about my rather obvious hints, and their implications...

Do I think LAHCOS is related to the possible discovery of DM in a PC that the PC(2) ... woops, we seem to me encountering an ambiguity since there are two different PCs being referred to.... let me try again. Do I think the LAHCOS might be related to the story of the PC?

Answer: Yes. I do.

... See you on the flip side...

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

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  1. Foster on April 18, 2023 at 9:10 am

    Any thoughts on connections to Kordylewski clouds, plasma as 4th phase of matter, plasma in its multitudes as self assembling and extremely intelligent, it really has some whacky behavior and properties (think quakcines with self assembly). So much of the plasma research has been classified and remains so… Robert Temple’s “A New Science of Heaven” introduces some interesting ideas. I’m just a layman, but my intuition tells me that large pieces of the cosmic puzzle deal with plasma and its properties!

  2. Richard on April 16, 2023 at 11:10 pm

    Makes one wonder what the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has so far viewed in the infrared ranges that is not referenced or spoken of. Looking at Perseus Clouds & Clusters beckons the use of optical infrared ranges, and that new telescope has plenty to do where high resolution and highly sensitive optical instrumentation are concerned, at least for what’s designed into it in order to prove its worth. It seems that some of what is on board is compartmentalized information that suggests secrets of some kind beyond intellectual property rights. Not that that is not enough to hush up about a few new tricks on that expensive toy for celestial materials. It does make one wonder just how many of those [other] observatory / detectors have been invested in and are being used for similar exploration tasks to compare yet other data sets for private enterprises. Marketeers must be frothing at the jawline.

    There’s Astrophysics involved, biophysics, biochemistry, plain-ole chemistry & biology, and, of course, where they’re going the rest of the sciences tag along for at least the ride and for their input toward interpreting what has been found previously, what has been found currently, and whether any of those data sets yet to be catalogued has a psycho-biological implication (that consciousness stuff) since thinking and chemistry (mind & brain) are partners in all thing’s science. Artificial Intelligence (AI) will, no doubt, want a say in things Astrophysical, too, having been turned on. Not the hormonal stuff one supposes but the electromagnetic circuits kind of currents.

  3. ats on April 16, 2023 at 3:49 pm

    Wonderful Joseph.

    If the Nazi Bell was just a rotating plasma and a Particle Accelerator is just a rotating plasma, what size or how much energy does a Particle Accelerator need before it has the same effects on the planet?

  4. Robert Barricklow on April 15, 2023 at 11:35 am

    As Ben Rich has alluded, “There’s an error in the physic’s equation”.
    [And, it is purposed].
    Just as there is in economics[another purposed error].
    As there is in history.
    You want to know the truth?
    You won’t get in in mainstream’s schools[indoctrination] and media[propatainment].
    And “their fact checks” are mis- and/or dis- information.
    You’ll have to ferret the truth out on your. In the end; it’s on you.
    And the truth is; at times, very illusive,
    I’ve had many changes in “perceptions” and “frames” in viewing “truths”.
    As it turns out, I’m a devil of a time – finding truths.

    For instance, I just had to change my framing and perspectives;
    … due to recent discoveries regarding “plasmas”.
    Are “they’re the dark matter that can’t be found?
    Sort of like those elusive truths?


    • Robert Barricklow on April 15, 2023 at 11:43 am

      I’ve had a devil of a time…
      getting my “Chinese” keyboard to print, what I’m trying to write.
      [Always have a convenient scapegoat.]

  5. Terminal Tom on April 15, 2023 at 6:27 am

    The great thing about particle physics (and quantum) and virology is two-part:

    1. the search is for ever tinier particles, of energy, matter and biomatter – it’s like fractal patterns endlessly progressing downwards. If you keep looking, you can always find something.
    Or pretend you have.

    2. The stuff is non-verifiable for “us,” the spectators. We are simply left with the choice of believing what the scientists and “experts” tell us, or not believing it.

    The thing I like about quantum physics is that, as Max Planck put it, consciousness appears to play an important role in what happens.

    • zod1ac5corp1o on April 16, 2023 at 7:38 pm

      Not believing it appears to be the best option these days.

  6. bluelectricstorm on April 14, 2023 at 12:20 am

    Well, NASA is pretty good at gobbledegook.
    Is this what you’re referring to?
    I’m sure “NASA” hasn’t a clue.

  7. marcos toledo on April 13, 2023 at 7:01 pm

    Does anyone remember the first Howard the Duck movie the stupid scientists from the taped Trillers Victor Frankenstein’s descendants in all their arrogance and ignorance?

  8. Randy on April 13, 2023 at 3:46 pm

    🤔 …end run ‘round or fighting off another the T of B moment …someone’s / somebody’s / somewheres seems ta B afraid 😳 of …those monkeys 🙊 🙉 🙈down there …that nothing will be ‘restrained’ from them ?

  9. FiatLux on April 13, 2023 at 12:38 am

    So, after spending a military-size budget on CERN, the biggest single user of the internet, in order to do the scientific equivalent of studying how many angels can fit on the head of a pin (my analogy for quantum physics), they’re going to spend even more money building an even bigger collider, in order to accomplish what? Discover more make-believe particles to add to the quantum zoo?

    From the mere fact that they’d consider investing huge sums of money in another, bigger collider, we can conclude that: (1) CERN has been, at the very least, a partial success or an encouraging proof-of-concept experiment; and (2) whatever CERN has been doing has already had, or is expected to have, major practical applications.

    Given the large investments required for these colliders, the kind of practical applications that come to mind are things that would offer huge profit potential, confer significant power (e.g., over human society, planetary weather, solar systems, or something of similar scale), and/or provide a strategic military advantage. The wild goose chase for particles is a smokescreen.

  10. Marco Fredriks on April 13, 2023 at 12:26 am

    My high octane speculation is that CERN is used to create the electromagnetic energy for erecting a new plasma dome.

    • bluelectricstorm on April 14, 2023 at 12:21 am

      love that word….”erecting”

  11. Chris on April 12, 2023 at 7:43 pm

    “As above, so below, so as below, so above…”
    “Blessed Saint Leibowitz, keep em dreaming down there…”

    As a child, the film The Road Warrior scared the hell out of me. But as life progressed, and I became bloated with sentience and experience, I came to view it as a romanticized—as opposed to realistic–view of the future. Should I find myself, several years hence, strapped to the front of souped up Chevy, well fed, buff as hell, bald, wearing full leather or gimped up latex biker-wear and a robust codpiece while zipping across the wastelands at a hundred and ten miles per hour, growling grrrrr…grrrrr…then I will account myself most reassured that the very real nightmare scenarios of our current age, were somehow averted… The likelihood, however, is that such an end, will only be achieved by the absolute apex predator of them all—Empathy—which, however unwillingly, does seem to manifest its own seemingly paradoxical culling form when fates worse than death are contemplated by guiding malevolences for whom all feeling is vicarious and obtained like an aphrodisiac musk through the terrorized torture of others…. Such interventions tend toward the slate-whipingly draconian, though, thus precluding that frolicking fantasy lark of the Road Warrior aesthetic. Fortunately for the “woke” they are both utterly inclusive and totally undiscriminating in every way. Yes, things are ramping up. Even Branch Covidians and some of the Woke cultists have begun to stir uneasily. When I encounter them, weeping and beating their breasts, I immediately tell them that I admire their optimism… Then, assaying a cocked eyebrow of both querulous wonder and mock salute, I gaze back at them discerningly as one peers into a vast abyss, while recoiling slightly as though from fear of falling in…and ask them, quite reasonably, if they have tried alcohol or drugs yet, to mitigate this feeling.

  12. Michael UK on April 12, 2023 at 4:06 pm

    Spooky action at a distance. Quantum entanglement of particles generated at CERN on Planet Earth with particles in the Perseus Molecular Cloud. Proof of hyper dimensions.

  13. Kevin Ryan on April 12, 2023 at 3:54 pm

    Interesting pairing of articles – one about a device to smash atoms and particles and the other about molecules for life forming in a cloud that is birthing stars and planetary accretion disks. We associate DNA with the origin of life but what is the origin of DNA? It didn’t fall out of a box of Cracker Jack. What degree of molecular construction is necessary to qualify as being alive? Or as being consciousness? To keep this short, what if matter is an effect or manifestation of consciousness? What we see in the Perseus Cloud is consciousness dreaming worlds and life into existence. How else is “god” ever going to get a box of Cracker Jack goodness? As for CERN, before it builds a bigger hammer, I’d like to know what it has learned from its interrogation of these particles it’s been hammering out of bigger particles. As in, where is particle smashing leading us? Because an awful lot of money is invested in the current collider and a lot more will be invested in the 91-mile collider, and something we know about investors is they want a return on their money. What are they seeking? A weapon? A portal by which to escape this reality, like Noah’s ark? Or a portal to let into our reality an ally that will grant them position and power at our expense and extreme prejudice? At this level of spending, weapons, power, and control are the main drivers. And CERN has a whiff of the Manhattan Project about it.

    • Tim H on April 13, 2023 at 3:07 am

      Those are the most interesting questions.

  14. John Cawley on April 12, 2023 at 2:17 pm

    I have long felt that particle physicists are on a wild goose chase. (Or, for those of us who survived the Boy Scouts, they are on a mission to acquire a “Left-Handed Smoke Shifter.”) I suspect that numerous of the so-called particles they are “discovering” are artifacts and then artifacts of the artifacts.

    At their peril and folly, many scientists in every discipline have rejected the role of consciousness. They are certain that enlightenment in their research must come from messing with stuff.

    I could lament this, but then, this is simply a passing phase, embedded in the grand cycles of the divine cosmic play. We’re so deep into materialism, we can’t even see how our divine powers of creativity affect our creations, and, thus, THE creation. And, no worries, we’re waking up—gradually, yet with fits and spurts.

    I don’t assume all physicists are pursuing the same goals, even though the funding demands place excruciating pressure on them to conform. I wouldn’t be surprised if there is a program to crack open a portal into other dimensions.

    The spiritual teachings I study assert that humans are divine creators—extremely powerful creators. The rub in this is the “divine” part. Attunement with and awareness of our divinity is unequally distributed among us, with absolutely no special favors granted those with PhDs. We’re not aware of the depth, profundity and power of our creativity. More perplexing—we are quite oblivious to the multidimensional nature of our creativity. It’s not all technology. Our creativity has emotional, practical, moral and ethical dimensions.

    If I follow these teachings, I won’t assume I’m an innocent, uninvolved, passive observer of all of this. What then is my call-to-action—using my divine creativity in response to the apparent craziness I see? Hmmm. Tentative strategies include looking upon all of it with compassion. Will I engage in some form of activism? It hasn’t been in my nature. Maybe my best move is to expand my personal resonant field so that people around me can feel safe to be themselves and to gently discover their own divine nature. Maybe my “prayer” will be neutral in affect, but will hold a vision of men and women of science working more and more for the greater good of all. I’m inviting them to awaken to their divinity.

    • dogtired on April 13, 2023 at 4:45 am

      many thanks for your very perceptive thoughts…..The camel and the eye of a needle comes to mind!

  15. Winston1984 on April 12, 2023 at 2:02 pm

    Hmmm…Angels and Plasma Life…David Bohm…Galactic Super-Clusters…

    • Tim H on April 13, 2023 at 3:13 am

      Your spiritual teachings sound quite worthy.

  16. Maria Clarke on April 12, 2023 at 9:29 am

    Why does it “have” to be dark matter. Why can’t it just be matter that is not what we are used to. Other dimensions may well have elements that we don’t have, plus ours or instead of ours. Why do scientists (I use that term loosely) always start with what they think they know and then retro-fit it onto anything they come across that appears to be new. All the sciences do it. Also, the bigger the collider the bigger the bang… They do love a big bang or The big bang.

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