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.”

The unexpected corroboration came on September 28, when 60 Minutes aired a tour inside the troubled particle accelerator/Big Bang Machine near Geneva, Switzerland, where Steve Kroft interviewed physicist Bob Stanek.

Here’s the pertinent exchange between Kroft and Stanek:
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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. Information Age quotes the would-be hackers as saying (among other things) that, “We’re pulling your pants down because we don’t want to see you running around naked looking to hide yourselves when the panic comes.”

But the internet CSI is on the job! More and more, police are analyzing email messages in order to solve crimes and combat terrorism.
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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 more powerfulparticle collisions than those planned within the LHC, whichwill enable nature?s laws to be studied in controlledexperiments.

If particle collisions at the LHC had the power to destroythe earth, we would never have been given the chance toexist, because regular interactions with more energeticcosmic rays would already have destroyed the earth or otherastronomical bodies.
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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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