Author Topic: bomb tests and tachyon particles causing violent events across time (??)  (Read 4193 times)

Offline global_fiefdom

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I wanted to approach the theory that nuclear bomb tests and other insanity could be having physical effects that humans don't properly understand.
Scientists see the universe mostly as a box full of very interesting but separate parts.
They dissect their studies into manageable compartments of specialized knowledge.
The truth is that we can hardly touch something in our universe without touching it all.
I am very much afraid that continuing to set off devices such as nuclear bombs and related weaponry might have an effect on gravitationally related events including earthquakes and other violent happenings including mystery explosions/implosions/appearances or disappearances.

It could be that we see an upswing in such events as earthquakes before a full scale nuclear exchange takes place.
this could account for anomalous gravity changes and other strangeness.

The ether is very real and could be damaged or affected by activities carried out by humans in the sub-speed-of-light realm we inhabit.

does this make any sense or is it 100 years too early to worry about it?

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Re: bomb tests and tachyon particles causing violent events across time (??)
« Reply #1 on: November 22, 2011, 06:19:40 pm »
sorry for spam, but not sure how I missed this one:

http://www.scifiwright.com/2011/09/the-first-tachyon/
The First Tachyon?

Posted on 22 September 2011
November Revolution?
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CERN claims faster-than-light particle measured
 By FRANK JORDANS, Associated Press – 1 hour ago
GENEVA (AP) — Scientists at the world’s largest physics lab say they have clocked subatomic particles traveling faster than light, a feat that — if true — would break a fundamental pillar of science.
 
The readings have so astounded researchers that they are asking others to independently verify the measurements before claiming an actual discovery.
 
“This would be such a sensational discovery if it were true that one has to treat it extremely carefully,” said John Ellis, a theoretical physicist at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, or CERN, who was not involved in the experiment.
 
Nothing is supposed to move faster than light, at least according to Albert Einstein’s special theory of relativity: The famous E (equals) mc2 equation. That stands for energy equals mass times the speed of light squared.

Could tachyon generation, even for research purposes, have unintended effects on the environment?
guess I should relax with /popcorn and see...

Oh, check it out:

Japan knocked out of Tachyon research race by 2011 earthquake

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Katsanevas, who participated in the CERN experiment, said help could also come from the T2K experiment in Japan, though that is currently on hold after the country’s devastating earthquake and tsunami in March.



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Guess it does pay to be conCERNed citizens LOL

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Re: bomb tests and tachyon particles causing violent events across time (??)
« Reply #2 on: November 22, 2011, 06:35:03 pm »
By the way, Hawking is wrong,

it really looks like particles move both backwards and forwards through what we call time -- he didn't think so, but thanks to CERN and other tech he might live long enough to have questions answered and theories refuted.

In a science "boom" people gotta tread softly or look like fools.
It's dangerous to say things in absolutes when a simple particle discovery proves your whole life's work wrong...

doesn;t mean the work was wasted at all. but the attitude must change or science is no better than religion.
Everyone has limits, even Einstein and Hawking.
Don't trust too much in the minds of men.