Posted: Thu Jun 24, 2010 12:03 am Post subject: LHC God particle CERN, Hadron, Higgs boson
CERN, Hadron, Higgs boson appear to be the same project.
In a way this is interesting. I have heard a theory that GOD SANG creation into existence. Lovely thought.
Large Hadron Collider: scientists create sound of ‘God particle’
Hebrews 11 Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. For by it the elders obtained a good report.
Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear.
Romans 10:17 So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.
John 20:29 blessed are they that have not seen, and yet have believed.
John 19:30 When Jesus therefore had received the vinegar, he said, It is finished: and he bowed his head, and gave up the ghost.
John 17:4 I have glorified thee on the earth: I have finished the work which thou gavest me to do.
2 Thesselonians 2:10-12
And with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved.
And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie:
That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness.
The LHC Sound project aims to allow physicists at Cern in Geneva to ‘listen’ to the data in order to more easily identify the crucial ‘Higgs boson’ particle.
Finding the Higgs boson – also known as the God particle – is the primary aim of the LHC experiment because it will provide an insight into the nature of all matter.
It is hoped the subatomic particle will emerge from the 27km circular tunnel under the Swiss-French border where beams of proton particles are being smashed together.
LHC Sound, a collaboration of particle physicists, musicians and artists in London, has converted data expected from collisions into sounds in a process called sonification.
The data was provided by the LHC's Atlas experiment which includes a calorimeter measuring the energy from collisions.
The note and pitch of the sound varies with the amount of energy recorded.
LHC Sound is planning live performances of the data during the summer but early simulations of the particles can be heard here.
Dr Lily Asquith, one of the team, explained in a recent blog entry:
“Sound seems the perfect tool with which to represent the complexity of the data; our ears are superb at locating the source and location of sounds relative to one another,
we can hear a vast range of frequencies and distinguish timbres (different instruments) before they have even played a full cycle.
CERN Council approves the Laboratory's Medium Term Plan
Geneva, 17 September 2010
During an intense series of meetings, which concludes today, the CERN1 Council overwhelmingly approved the laboratory's revised Medium Term Plan for the period 2011 to 2015.
The plan was originally presented to Council at its June session, at which Council asked CERN management to introduce cost-saving measures.
In the revised plan, Member State contributions will be reduced by a total 135MCHF over the five-year period,
with measures to consolidate CERN’s social security systems bringing the total reduction to the programme to 343MCHF.
The plan protects the flagship LHC programme, achieving cost savings by slowing down the pace of other programmes. CERN management considers this a good result for the Laboratory given the current financial environment.
"The plan we presented to Council is firmly science-driven," said CERN Director General Rolf Heuer. "It reduces spending on research and consolidation through careful and responsible adjustment of the pace originally foreseen in a way that does not compromise the future research programme unduly. The reductions will be painful, but in the current financial environment, they are fair."
Among the programmes to be affected is the upgrade to the LHC's beam intensity, which will allow the experiments to accumulate data at a faster rate. This will now proceed later than originally planned, with a new linear accelerator being connected in 2016 instead of 2015.
There will be no running of CERN's accelerators in 2012. The decision to not run the LHC in 2012 had already been taken in February for purely technical reasons. The whole CERN accelerator complex will now join the LHC in a year-long shutdown.
Looking further ahead, the plan allows for continuing R&D on the compact linear collider study, CLIC, and high-intensity proton sources, but at a slower pace than originally foreseen. Work on CLIC may provide technology for the development of a new machine to study in depth the discoveries made by the LHC, while high-intensity proton sources will allow CERN to play its part in global developments for neutrino physics.
"Council's decision is an important one for European science," said Council president Michel Spiro. “Although Council acknowledges that the cuts will be painful, we recognise the excellent performance of the LHC and its detectors, and consequently took decisions that minimise the disruption to CERN and its global user community. Council’s decision underlines Europe's commitment to basic research, and is testimony to the robustness of the CERN model of international collaboration in science. Council is grateful for the pragmatism, and the realism of the CERN management in proposing real cost savings in time of crisis."
* July 2012 I combined several threads into one on this subject*
Astonishing documents leaked out of CERN internal servers, about the CASTOR project, a Centauro and STrangelet Object Research to hunt for strangelets ‘likely‘ to be produced at the LHC.
CERN has been lying for years to the press and in the suits, since it always affirmed that it won’t produce the ultra-dangerous, ultradense ‘strangelets’,
the liquid explosive made of up, down and strange quarks, responsible of the ice-9 reactions that cause supernovas.
CERN affirms there is a 65-70% of chances of producing negative strangelets will provoke the ice-9 reaction
(name taken from Cat and Cradle’s book in which a physicist destroys the world throwing a new type of water that freezes the planet,
since an ice-9 reaction will condensate the planet in a 15 kilometers ultra-dense strange star).
Thus CERN has been lying and it is playing with all mankind a Quantum Russian Roulette game with 4 shots out of 6. 66% chances of extinction.
This will be even if we survive the biggest genocide of history, calculated multiplying probability and victims: 66% x 6.6 billions=4.4 billions, 1000 times the Holocaust.
The experiment will start in 45 days now. We might be living the last month of our existence as individuals and as a species.
Fall can be indeed the Fall of Man. And yet, the experiment is not stopped.
Maybe that is one the reasons they made the underground cities.
Particles from Hayabusa space probe could contain extraterrestrial life
October 2010 Scientists are said to have discovered minute particles that may contain extraterrestrial life from outside Earth.
An analysis conducted by electronic microscopes shows the particles containing characteristics that are different from dust or aluminium powder samples already collected.
The particles were believed to have originated from Earth, the Yomiuri newspaper and Kyodo News agency reported.
Officials from the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) are expected to detail the find later on Wednesday. No further details were available.
Japan's space agency has already identified "minute particles" of what its scientists believed were asteroid dust collected by the probe.
Scientists hope the asteroid samples could help reveal secrets about the origins of the solar system.
The spacecraft returned to Earth in the Australian outback in June after a 3-billion-mile journey that took more than seven years.
Hayabusa, which means "falcon" in Japanese, was launched in 2003 and became the first probe to land on the surface of an asteroid and gather particles from the space rock.
After spending around 30 minutes on the asteroid it then made the long trip home again.
It failed to fire a projectile into the surface of the asteroid, to kick up dust that could then be collected, but Japanese scientists hope sufficient particles were kicked up when it touched down to be collected.
Despite numerous technical glitches – including a malfunctioning gyroscope and a fuel leak – experts are hopeful that Hayabusa has achieved its goals.
JAXA officials are conducting the lengthy examination of the Hayabusa's multilayer sample canister together with researchers from Nasa, the American space agency.
Strange Signal Comes From Alien Planet, Scientist Says
The recent discovery of Gliese 581g, an alien planet in the habitable zone of another star, has been an exciting development for scientists probing the galaxy for signs of extraterrestrial life. At least one claim of a possible signal from the planet has already surfaced – and been met with harsh skepticism among the science community.
Quest for God particle has setback
June 10, 2011 BATAVIA, Ill., June 10 (UPI)
Scientists chasing the elusive particle known as the Higgs boson -- thought to be the origin of mass -- expressed disappointment when a U.S. lab turned up zip.
Scientists with the Tevatron particle accelerator at Fermilab in Batavia, Ill., near Chicago, released the results of a months-long effort to confirm the existence of the so-called "God particle," Fox News reported Friday.
"We do not see the signal," Dmitri Denisov, staff scientist at Fermilab, told the news network. "If it existed, we would see it. But when we look at our data, we basically see nothing."
"At this point I'd say the chances are 50-50 for the Higgs to exist at all," Denisov said.
The results - submitted Friday to the science journal Physical Review Letters - represent a setback for scientists who have been following the quest for the particle.
Contacted by Fox News in Geneva, Switzerland, a spokesman for European Organization for Nuclear Research -- which operates the Large Hadron Collider atom smasher -- said it was too soon for the lab to release any analysis, but something could be released in a few weeks.
"Still too early to get excited, I'm afraid," spokesman James Gilies said. "I think this story will reach a conclusion at the main summer conferences this year -- end of July. By then, the LHC [Large Hadron Collider] experiments will have analyzed enough data to be able to say something."
Strange Particles May Travel Faster Than Light
22 Sep 2011 Nothing goes faster than the speed of light. At least, we didn't think so.
New results from the CERN laboratory in Switzerland seem to break this cardinal rule of physics, calling into question one of the most trusted laws discovered by Albert Einstein.
Physicists have found that tiny particles called neutrinos are making a 454-mile (730-kilometer) underground trip faster than they should - more quickly, in fact, than light could do.
If the results are confirmed, they could throw much of modern physics into upheaval. Strange Particles May Travel Faster Than Light
CERN Could be About to Start Researching LENR Following Recent Colloquium
March 27, 2012
Settle in, CERN the multinational research group based in Europe had a colloquium on Low Energy Nuclear Reactions last Thursday. There was no big news, but there is interesting news out of Japan. The file downloads are a treasure trove of useful information.
To start is the 40-page PDF presentation by Yogendra Srivastava from the University of Perugia. The file is a set of the slides shown during the presentation and is complete enough to get a good feel for the narrative. This is the first complete enough and extensive enough presentation to put real confidence into the Widom Preperata – Larsen theory(s). The theory(s) may well turn out to be the facts, and if the connections Srivastava uses turn out to be accurate metaphors, the chance to inform the public is looking up and could very well prompt some public support.
Srivastava gets the technology overview going by page 9 and over the following ten pages covers the most likely and experimentally validated energy inputs. From electricity and magnetic to elastic piezoelectric, the prevailing influence of a theoretical view from Widom the evidence is compelling that with a good enough kit many experimenters can get in on the progress.
Celani gave an overview of background history of significant Low Energy Nuclear Reaction experiments for the CERN observers running 32 pages. The PDF file is strong enough that it would do for a download and saving for answering those you’d meet who’d like to get up to date in a brief way. CERN Could be About to Start Researching LENR Following Recent Colloquium
Strange Particles May Travel Faster Than Light
Sept. 22, 2011 Nothing goes faster than the speed of light. At least, we didn't think so.
New results from the CERN laboratory in Switzerland seem to break this cardinal rule of physics, calling into question one of the most trusted laws discovered by Albert Einstein.
Physicists have found that tiny particles called neutrinos are making a 454-mile (730-kilometer) underground trip faster than they should — more quickly, in fact, than light could do. If the results are confirmed, they could throw much of modern physics into upheaval.
Rom 1:20 For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:
Rom 1:21 Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened.
Rom 1:22 Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools,
Rom 1:23 And changed the glory of the uncorruptible God into an image made like to corruptible man, and to birds, and fourfooted beasts, and creeping things.
Rom 1:24 Wherefore God also gave them up to uncleanness through the lusts of their own hearts, to dishonour their own bodies between themselves:
Rom 1:25 Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator, who is blessed for ever. Amen.
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Earthquakes, Strangelets and Black Holes
The first hints that the LHC is seriously damaging life on Earth will come from an increase on earthquake and volcano activity. This is due to the fact that the LHC is creating a powerful gravito-magnetic field, a ‘ring’ of charged, massive particles that can interact with the magnetic fields of the magma and Earth’s center.
Disturbances on the Earth’s magnetic field by the magnets of the LHC and specially the charged positive c-speed flow of protons can come through 3 different processes:
The possibility that the 27 kilometers continuous ring of charged protons can interact with self-similar charged flows in the magma or earth’s center, creating a powerful electro-magnetic effect, displacing magma and causing earthquakes and volcano activity. It is a fact that the first day that the charged, proton ring was created in 2008 it caused 4 significant Earthquakes, the first one in Iran, seconds after it was powered up.
The proton, charged ring could act as a new pole of a magnetic field with Earth’s inner fields.
- The creation of strange liquid, already produced in the first experiments, (Kaons at the LHC, hyperons at RHIC) could also provoke explosions in the magma. If stable, it will leak in increasing quantities to the center of the Earth. Some of it will remain in the center, forming the seed of a strangelet. Some will accrete and/or explode in the mantle, in highly energetic, tiny bombs.
- The creation of gravitational waves. The LHC is a 27 Kilometer ring of positive charged massive particles, turning at c -speed. This is essentially equivalent to the ‘singularity’ of a Kerr black hole - a rotating c-speed charged ring of mass. Since a Kerr singularity can produce transversal gravitational waves; the LHC might produce perpendicular gravitational waves that will sink straight towards the center of the Earth (in a similar process a rotating , charged coil is used to produce electromagnetic waves). If so those Gravitational waves, which are undetectable will affect magnetic fields, provoking earthquake waves and increase volcano activity.
Each time the machine increases its speed and ‘luminosity’ (mass), as CERN powers up the LHC, we should observe an increase of earthquakes and collateral deaths, till the 2 possible ‘doomsday events’ happen:
much more here, graphs
CJ NOTE July 2012
That was posted October 2010. There is a marked INCREASE in quake and volcano activity worldwide
July 2, 2012
This is as big as the, well, big bang theory: Scientists working at the world's largest atom smasher say they have enough evidence of the long-sought-after Higgs boson.
To the layman, the Higgs boson is the "God particle" and a key puzzle piece in the scientific explanation of the origin of the universe. Physicists around the globe—and perhaps elsewhere, given the size of the universe—have invested billions of dollars in research and have been hunting for the Higgs boson for decades.
Researchers at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (or CERN) are expected to announce Wednesday that they have proof of its existence, reports The Associated Press.
The Higgs boson appeared 13.7 billion years ago in the chaos of the Big Bang and turned the flying debris into galaxies, stars and planets.
It's a boson, Higgs quest bears new particle
July 4, 2012 GENEVA (Reuters) - Scientists at Europe's CERN research centre have found a new subatomic particle, a basic building block of the universe,
which appears to be the boson imagined and named half a century ago by theoretical physicist Peter Higgs.
"We have reached a milestone in our understanding of nature," CERN director general Rolf Heuer told a gathering of scientists and the world's media near Geneva.
"The discovery of a particle consistent with the Higgs boson opens the way to more detailed studies, requiring larger statistics,
which will pin down the new particle's properties, and is likely to shed light on other mysteries of our universe."
Two independent studies of data produced by smashing proton particles together at CERN's Large Hadron Collider
produced a convergent near-certainty on the existence of the new particle. It is unclear whether it is exactly the boson Higgs described.
The REAL GOD Particles
Hubble telescope sees celestial fireworks for Fourth of July.
A spectacular new picture from the Hubble Space Telescope has captured a cosmic fireworks display in deep space: a geyser of gas fired off from a baby star.
The gas plumes are amazingly long, they span light-years, and appear peppered with swirling eddies and round shockwaves, called bow shocks, that resemble the waves at the bow of a boat.
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» CERN Particle Collider Update–New particle fits description of the Higgs Boson, scientists say
» Why is the ‘God particle’ a big deal? Because it will try disprove all religion!!
» Contrast this new Higgs Boson Cult Religion to what the Word of God says-Bible Study
Rev 16:8 And the fourth angel poured out his vial upon the sun; and power was given unto him to scorch men with fire.
Rev 16:9 And men were scorched with great heat, and blasphemed the name of God, which hath power over these plagues: and they repented not to give him glory.
CERN, the European physics lab responsible for discovering the Higgs boson just last month, has scored another major achievement in the realm of physics. No, scientists there haven't discovered any freaky new particles — they're just doing some pretty cool things with existing particles. Or should we say hot things: CERN scientists have created a "quark-gluon plasma" that clocks in at a balmy 5.5 trillion degrees.
Researchers believe that the mass of sub-atomic particles they created approximates the state of the universe immediately after the Big Bang. The ingredients for the mix were quite simple: two lead atoms, smashed.
When you're dealing with temperatures as high as these, collecting a precise measurement can be difficult. Scientists are only now working on the calculations to determine the exact quantity of heat present, but they're confident that the result will be greater than the previous high temperature of 4 trillion degrees.
Collisions between particles inside the Large Hadron Collider atom smasher have created what looks like a new form of matter.
The new kind of matter is called color-glass condensate, and is a liquidlike wave of gluons, which are elementary particles related to the strong force that sticks quarks together inside protons and neutrons (hence they are like "glue").
Scientists didn't expect this kind of matter wouldresult from the typeof particle collisions going on at the Large Hadron Collider at the time. However, it may explain some odd behavior seen inside the machine, which is a giant loop where particles race around underneath Switzerland and France.
When scientists sped up protons (one of the building blocks of atoms) and lead ions (lead atoms, which contain 82 protons each, stripped of their electrons), and crashed them into each other, the resulting explosions liquefied those particles and gave rise to new particles in their wake. Most of these new particles, as expected, fly off in all directions at close to the speed of light. [Photos: The World's Largest Atom Smasher (LHC)]
Here at Categorists, we are very much concerned with that which the brighter minds of this world do to occupy themselves. Each of us is majoring in, or have majored in sciences in college (Chemistry, Electrical Engineering, and last but not least, Political Science) and a project that I have personally kept close watch over is CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC). This year, I have spent a great deal of time studying one of the building blocks of the physical world, quantum mechanics, only to find that there are numerous unexplained phenomenon. Apparently, a number of these answers are in the LHC.
Here is a quick synopsis of what CERN is and what the LHC does. CERN stands for Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire, which translates to European Organization for Nuclear Research. It’s an international organization that leads the world in laboratory particle physics research. It is also the proud owner of the most badass particle accelerator to date: the Large Hadron Collider. It is 17 miles long and cost 7.5 billion Euros to construct. One of its main purposes is to discover the Higgs-Boson particle, which is pretty much the final missing link to the standard model of particle physics. Aside from that, it is theoretically capable of forming particles of infinite density and chain reaction properties (Strange Matter). To this day, the Higgs-Boson is still theoretical and the LHC has faced many experiments and complications since it’s induction in 2008. A large number of people believe that the experiments done at CERN could have catastrophic side effects, such as creating a black hole, here on Earth.
This year, CERN is beginning another set of experiments in hopes to getting that much closer to completing the Standard Model. Scientists at CERN have announced test dates for the rest of the year, as well as some curious dates can be found in the upcoming schedule. Starting Monday, December 17, 2012 and going through Friday, December 21, 2012, CERN will be launching and running a series of collisions, which are predicted to break records in high voltage collisions already set by the LHC. With these experiments, the scientists are hoping to create atomic reactions that would provide further information about anti-matter, and the big bang.
The test set for the week of December 17-21, 2012 is the final test before the LHC will shutdown operations for upgrades and will resume operation in 2014, assuming something doesn’t go wrong, in the minds of some of the scientists, terribly right, which causes the end of the world. I guess we will just have to see what happens. Let us know what you think, is CERN guilty of a self-fulfilling prophecy of destruction here?
CERN students make "scientist fiction" zombie film
By Robert Evans | Reuters – Wed, Dec 12, 2012
GENEVA (Reuters) - Murderous zombies are stalking the dark underground passageways of the renowned CERN physics centre near Geneva, hunting young scientists who have survived a devastating failure in its world-famous particle collider.
Gaunt men with peeling faces and stony-eyed women dripping blood from their mouths leer around corners and loom from behind wrecked equipment, impervious to the bullets from a gun wielded by one of their would-be victims.
And it is all happening right at the heart of the multi-billion dollar complex where, last July, physicists announced the discovery of what they think is the particle -- the Higgs boson -- which made life and the universe possible.
Well, happening at least on the Internet (http://www.decayfilm.com/). Scientists at the centre on Wednesday said they were pursuing their efforts to reveal the great mysteries of the cosmos and had not noticed anything unusual.
Subatomic calculations indicate finite lifespan for universe
BOSTON (Reuters) - Scientists are still sorting out the details of last year's discovery of the Higgs boson particle, but add up the numbers and it's not looking good for the future of the universe, scientists said Monday.
"If you use all the physics that we know now and you do what you think is a straightforward calculation, it's bad news," Joseph Lykken, a theoretical physicist with the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Batavia, Illinois, told reporters.
Lykeen spoke before presenting his research at the American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting in Boston.
Eph 5:14 Wherefore he saith, Awake thou that sleepest, and arise from the dead, and Christ shall give thee light.
Eph 5:15 See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise,
Eph 5:16 Redeeming the time, because the days are evil.
Rom 9:28 For he will finish the work, and cut it short in righteousness: because a short work will the Lord make upon the earth.
Rev 6:12 And I beheld when he had opened the sixth seal, and, lo, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became as blood;
Rev 6:13 And the stars of heaven fell unto the earth, even as a fig tree casteth her untimely figs, when she is shaken of a mighty wind.
Rev 6:14 And the heaven departed as a scroll when it is rolled together; and every mountain and island were moved out of their places.
Rev 6:15 And the kings of the earth, and the great men, and the rich men, and the chief captains, and the mighty men, and every bondman, and every free man, hid themselves in the dens and in the rocks of the mountains;
Rev 6:16 And said to the mountains and rocks, Fall on us, and hide us from the face of him that sitteth on the throne, and from the wrath of the Lamb:
Rev 6:17 For the great day of his wrath is come; and who shall be able to stand?
It's a good time to be a particle physicist. The long-sought Higgs boson particle seems finally to have been found at an accelerator in Geneva, and scientists are now hot on the trail of another tiny piece of the universe, this one tied to a new fundamental force of nature.
An experiment using the Earth itself as a source of electrons has narrowed down the search for a new force-bearing particle, placing tighter limits on how big the force it carries can be.
As an added bonus, if the new particle is real, it will shed light on processes and structures inside Earth, say study researchers from Amherst College and the University of Texas at Austin. The experimental results appear in the Feb. 22 issue of the journal Science.
The new force of nature carries what is called long-range spin-spin interaction, said lead study author Larry Hunter, a physicist at Amherst. Short-range spin-spin interactions happen all the time: Magnets stick to the fridge because the electrons in the magnet and those in the fridge's steel exterior are all spinning around in the same direction. But longer-range spin-spin interactions are more mysterious. [Wacky Physics: The Coolest Little Particles in Nature]
WASHINGTON (AP) — Physicists in Italy said Wednesday they are achingly close to concluding that what they found last year was the Higgs boson, the elusive "God particle." They need to eliminate one last remote possibility that it's something else.
The long theorized subatomic particle would explain why matter has mass and has been called a missing cornerstone of physics.
With new analyses, scientists are closer to being certain they found the crucial Higgs boson. But they want to be 99.9 percent positive, said Pauline Gagnon, a physicist with the European Center for Nuclear Research.
Last July scientists with the world's largest atom smasher, the $10 billion Large Hadron Collider on the Swiss-French border, announced finding a particle they described as Higgs-like, but wouldn't say it was conclusively the particle. Now thousands of checks show them even closer.
"It looks more and more like a Higgs boson," said Gagnon after an update presented Wednesday at a conference in the Italian Alps.
Gagnon compared finding the Higgs to identifying a specific person. This looks, talks, and sings like a Higgs, but scientists want to make sure it dances like the Higgs before they shout "Eureka."
She said there is only one last thing the particle they found could also be: a graviton. That's another subatomic particle associated with gravitational fields, not mass.
By checking the spin of the particle, scientists will be able to tell if it is a Higgs boson, which is far more likely, or a graviton. If it has no internal spin, it's the Higgs boson; if it has a lot of spin it's a graviton.
Wednesday's presentation was by one team of researchers and another team will present more findings next week.
Physicist Sean Carroll of the California Institute of Technology, who isn't involved in the research, said scientists are just being careful, covering all bases.
Without the Higgs boson to explain why electrons and matter have mass, Carroll said, "there would be no atoms, there would be no chemistry, there would be no life, so that's kind of important."
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