According Lonnie Robinson, a forensic science professor at the University of Phoenix Graduate School, CERN scientists may be once again set to use the world’s largest particle collider to vaporize our planet and the entire physical texture of the universe.
Mr. Robinson expressed his concerns in a well-known Michigan newspaper earlier this week.
He explained in the article that CERN researchers’ hidden goal was to tear apart God particle, a subatomic particle that maintains the physical structure of the world, and create a hole in the “veil” that shields our physical world from the potentially hostile, non-physical dimensions.
Mr. Robinson warned that if CERN team keeps destroying matter at that rate, the barriers and limitations set in place by physical matter in our world may instantly vanish, and we may find ourselves lost in the non-physical universes that are all around us.
The article author goes on and likens the Large Hadron Collider with a “stargate” scientists are trying to open to allow them to travel back and forth in potentially hostile, non-physical dimensions, which cannot be accessed or seen with our scientific instruments.
Mr. Robinson explained that CERN scientists have the ability of upping the levels of the magnetism that surrounds our planet by 100,000 times to crack open the veil that keeps us separated from the non-physical universe. And when the God Particle collapses, time and space may vanish, and scientists may use LHC as a time travel machine which would take them to the time when nothing existed, before the creation of the physical universe, the article author believes.
Mr. Robinson also said that these plans are not his imagination since the head of CERN, Rolf Heuer, said one time that the LHC would “open the door” to non-physical dimensions where researchers would get in contact with non-physical “beings.” Sergio Bertolucci of CERN uttered a similar idea by saying that opening the gate to other dimensions would allow intelligent beings “to come into our physical world and be with us,” according to Mr Robinson.
Nevertheless, the idea is not new. A few years ago, people were concerned that CERN would create mini-black holes that would eventually swallow Earth and everything on it, which never happened. Moreover, CERN recently said that the LHC is not powerful enough to destroy the world, it would require 400,000 times more energy output which is impossible to attain with current technology.
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