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Faster Than Light Speed? Slow Down!

When a group of physicists who called themselves "Opera" announced in September that a group of subatomic particles called neutrinos had traveled faster than the speed of light, many physicists assumed...
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God Has Been Glimpsed

There's more confirmation from CERN (the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland) that the God particle--the Higgs boson--has been glimpsed (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this show). The...
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The Alien Broadcasts of 1957

UFOs have been causing problems for CERN in the form of mysterious rapid beam lights dumping "dust particles" on the Collider. Strange things happened in the past as well: Thanks to a Freedom...
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Scientists Gossip About God

People do it, birds do it, and now quantum physicists do it: Gossip. Right now there are TWO competing particle accelerators smashing together subatomic particles--CERN (the Large Hadron...
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CERN Got a Glimpse of God

At the Large Hadron Collider (CERN), scientists are smashing subatomic particles together at close to the speed of light, hoping to see the "God particle," otherwise known as the ...
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Is God an Atomic Particle?

God affects the brain (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this show) and quantum physicists working at the CERN collider in Switzerland hope to isolate and identify the "God" particle (the Higgs...
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Do We Live in a Parallel Universe?

Scientists think we live in a "multiverse" consisting of an infinite number of parallel universes (NOTE: Subscribers...
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Antimatter Captured (At Last!)

At CERN, the particle collider in Geneva, scientists have captured antimatter atoms for the first time. Until recently, many physicists weren't sure that antimatter actually existed, except in the theory that postulates that during the Big Bang, when the universe was created,...
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What is a Positronium?

The positronium is a particle created when you bind together an electron and its antimatter opposite, the positron. It's shortlived and unstable particle, existing for only about 142 nanoseconds before decaying into two gamma ray particles--however, this strangle particle ma help us solve some of the biggest mysteries in the universe. How? It can...
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Can We Hear the Sound of God?

We can hear the sound of the God PARTICLE, anyway. One the particles that the Large Hadron Collider, known as CERN, is the Higgs Bosun, or "God Particle." And one way the scientists there are locating them is by listening for their distinctive sound.

In BBC News, Pallah Ghosh quotes physicist Lily Asquith as saying, "If the energy is...

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Time Travelers at CERN?

Are there time travelers among us? Could the CERN collider not only reveal dark matter, but bring some of these travelers out into the open? NOTE: Subscriberscan still listen to this fascinating interview).

The Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland known as CERN has already been sabotaged by a bird. On the CNet website, Nick Hide reports...

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CERN: Results!

And a lawsuit to shut it down? - Some people thought that CERN was some sort of scientific conspiracy of science, and plaintiffs from several different countries have asked their courts to halt its operation for a rather incredible reason: they claim that CERN may create a black hole that will swallow up the Earth. Meanwhile,...

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Why Scientists are Scared of CERN

Brought down by a bird - CERN (the Large Hadron Collider, now powered up in Switzerland) is scaring scientists in an unexpected way: They're afraid they WILL discovered the "God particle." This could top a lot of the other bad things that have happened recently.

In the LHC proton beams will race around in a ring deep...

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CERN Could be Dangerous

Some questions are so hard to answer that we have to really think about them (Anne Strieber reads her paper about this for subscribers this week). For instance, if time travel exists, why can't we go back in time and kill our grandparents (which means we would never have been born)? The principle of least action means that could never happen,...

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Race to Find the God Particle

Two labs?the CERN Hadron Collider in Switzerland and Fermilab in the US?are racing to discover the theoretical particle called the Higgs Boson, which has been called the "God particle."

Fermilab, located in Illinois, says the odds of its own accelerator finding the particle before CERN does are 50-50 at worst, 96% at best. In both labs,...

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Is CERN a Stargate?

Dreamland host William Henry writes: "In 2004, I began reporting that the particle accelerator at CERN is a stargate. It fulfillsMayan and Messianic prophecy. This is based on my mythological profiling of the symbolism at CERN and the observations of scientists. Now, we have direct confirmation of this from a physicist at CERN."


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CERN Almost Hacked!

Do they need to call in the Internet CSI? - Just as the Large Hadron Collider was powering up, a group of Greek internet hackers were close to getting control of one of the four 12-ton electromagnets that detect what's going on inside CERN.

They left a long note (in Greek) saying that CERN's security was weak....

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CERN Powers Up

The Large Hadron Collider, also known asCERN, cost $10billion an is located on the border between France andSwitzerland. It wasactivated today. And don't worry: A new report provides the mostcomprehensive evidence available to confirm that the LargeHadron Collider?s switch-on poses no threat to mankind:Nature's own cosmic rays regularly produce...

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WATCH a Conversation Between Whitley & William!

A conversation between Whitley and William Henry about whether or not the CERN particle accelerator will lead to time travel is now posted on YouTube. To watch it, click here.

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