Monday, May 12, 2008

CERN ‘Nailed Heart Of Earth’ With China Quake, Chilean Volcano
Revelation 9: 11: And they had a king over them, which is the angel of the bottomless pit, whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abaddon, but in the Greek tongue hath his name Apollyon.

A singing star born in Geneva, Philippines - 9 hours ago
(Cern is home to the particle accelerator called Large Hadron Collider that smashes atoms in hopes of discovering the origins of the universe. ...
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Local expert discusses world's largest particle collider
Sun Shopper, AZ - May 6, 2008
Scientists near Geneva are about to start up the highest-energy particle accelerator in the world, called the Large Hadron Collider. ...
Indian Express, India - May 3, 2008
They’ve been waiting for a particle collider big enough to perform the necessary experiments. The Large Hadron Collider was built to fit this bill. ...
Plans for Large Hadron Collider visible in screen shot of first ...
Scientific American - May 9, 2008
That's an early schematic of ATLAS, one of two enormous particle detectors recently installed at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the 27-kilometer circular ...
Talk to unlock mysteries of the universe
Scotsman, United Kingdom - May 10, 2008
... by the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the most powerful particle collider ever built, which will start operation near Geneva, Switzerland, this summer. ...
‘God particle’ expected to be confirmed next year
Daily Times, Pakistan - Apr 13, 2008
The $2 billion Large Hadron Collider, under construction since 2003, is expected to start operating by June at the European Laboratory for Particle Physics ...
New atom-smasher could fill gaps in scientific knowledge -- or ... Los Angeles Times
Malotky: A funny thing happened on the way to light speed Record-Searchlight (subscription)
Physicists Gear Up For Huge Data Flow
Symmetry magazine
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New York Times
Gauging a Collider’s Odds of Creating a Black Hole
New York Times, United States - Apr 14, 2008
In Douglas Preston’s “Blasphemy,” a best seller last winter, the operators of a giant particle collider in New Mexico find themselves talking to an entity ...

Sky News
Big Bang Experiment Ready To Go
Sky News, UK - May 7, 2008
Thousands of scientists have spent more than a decade building the Large Hadron Collider at the European Centre For Nuclear Research in Geneva. ...

Boston Globe
Will new collider create black holes that destroy us all?
Boston Globe, United States - Apr 20, 2008
(Salvatore Di Nolfi, Keystone/Associated Press) The Large Hadron Collider is a particle accelerator collider being built at the European Laboratory for ...
Really Big Bang Chicago Tribune
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Internet to power particle physics grid research
Computerworld New Zealand, New Zealand - May 4, 2008
Scientists are on the verge of opening the Large Hadron Collider, sited on the French-Swiss border, which will use ultra-powerful magnets to race proton ...

Fresh News
Strong earthquake leaves more than 8700 dead in China
Hindu, India - 44 minutes ago
BEIJING (Xinhua): At least 8700 people are dead and thousands more injured after a massive earthquake rocked southwest China on Monday afternoon. ...
Video: Powerful Earthquake Shakes China AssociatedPress
China earthquake: Death toll crosses 8500
8500 dead as earthquake hits China The Press Association
Voice of America - The Age
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British Red Cross
China earthquake kills 61 in NW Shaanxi Province
Xinhua, China - 2 hours ago
XI'AN, May 12 (Xinhua) -- At least 61 people were killed in northwest China's Shaanxi Province after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck the neighboring ...
Thousands Feared Dead in China Earthquake Scientific American
CHINA: EARTHQUAKE DEATH TOLL REACHES 107 Agenzia Giornalistica Italia
China's Sichuan province hit by magnitude 7.5 earthquake - USGS ... Forbes
China Daily - Xinhua
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More than 8500 confirmed dead in China earthquake - Xinhua UPDATE
Forbes, NY - 1 hour ago
BEIJING (Thomson Financial) - More than 8600 people died in the powerful earthquake that struck southwestern China on Monday, according to state media ...
Death toll in China earthquake rises above 8500 Makfax
State media: 900 students buried by China quake The Associated Press
Indians not affected by China quake: Embassy Times of India
TeleText - Forbes
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Major earthquakes in China, UK - 3 hours ago
May 12 (Reuters) - The most devastating earthquake to hit China in three decades killed up to 9000 people on Monday as schools, factories and other ...
China: history of deadly quakes News24
Some of the world's deadliest natural disasters The Associated Press
major quakes around the world Hindustan Times
Toronto Star - TransWorldNews (press release)
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Wall Street Journal Blogs
Measuring the China Earthquake’s Magnitude
Wall Street Journal Blogs, NY - 1 hour ago
A US seismologist tasked with estimating the magnitude of Monday’s earthquake in southwestern China says that number is not nearly as important as ...
Earthquake strikes off Taiwan coast Times of India
Tokyo Buildings Rattled by Magnitude 4.5 Earthquake (Update1) Bloomberg
6 injured in strong earthquake in E Japan Xinhua
The Associated Press - The Associated Press
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Agenzia Giornalistica Italia, Italy - 5 hours ago
... in the south westerly province of Sichuan which suffered an earthquake of 7.8 on the Richter scale: this was announced by the 'Xinhua' press agency, ...
'Thousands dead' in Sichuan earthquake China Internet Information Center|
100 die in China earthquake TeleText
China quake: Images of the aftermath National Post
Economic Times - Islamic Republic News Agency
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Death toll in China earthquake rises to 7600
Arkansas Online, AR - 3 hours ago
AP CHONGQING, China — A massive earthquake struck central China on Monday, killing more than 8533 people and trapping nearly 900 students under the rubble ...
AP Top News at 1:21 pm EDT The Associated Press
UPDATE 1-Trade in 45 Chinese stocks to be suspended on quake Reuters India
Nearly 900 students buried in earthquake Winnipeg Free Press - The Associated Press
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7.8 earthquake stuns Chinese tech region
CNET, CA - 2 hours ago
A massive earthquake struck Western China on Monday, killing 6000 to 8000 people and trapping more than 900 students in a high school, according to press ...
No serious quake damage in Chengdu - China state TV Forbes
China punishes 6 for protest against chemical plant Reuters
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Earthquake is China's latest pre-Olympic headache, France - 1 hour ago
The earthquake hit Sichuan province early in the afternoon. In the capital Beijing, people rushed to find safety, or stayed indoors while their buildings ...
Earthquake in China: Thousands flee buildings as tremor strikes Scotsman
Powerful earthquake hits China
Strong quake hits China Independent Online
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Johnston considers earthquake insurance
Chicago Tribune, United States - 2 hours ago
AP JOHNSTON, Iowa - City leaders in Johnston are considering earthquake insurance in the wake of two tremors this spring in Illinois and Missouri. ...


National Geographic
PHOTOS: Chile Volcano Erupts With Ash, Lava, Lightning
National Geographic, DC - May 6, 2008
May 6, 2008—After 9000 years of silence, Chile's Chaitén volcano (pictured on May 3) is erupting with lava, ash—and lightning (full story). ...

Gulf Times
Blood-red skies heading our way, New Zealand - May 8, 2008
By PAUL EASTON and NZPA - The Dominion Post | Friday, 09 May 2008 The fearsome volcanic eruption in Chile has spawned a spectacular lightning show and ...
Earth and sky in battle above volcano The Australian
5000 evacuated as volcano blast meets storm in the Chilean sky Times Online
Moment lightning bolt struck erupting volcano The Sun
Belleville News Democrat - AHN
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Times Online
Dirty thunderstorm shoots lightning from volcano
Times Online, UK - May 7, 2008
The photo of lightning bursting out during a volcanic eruption in Chile, above, was a truly awesome sight. Although the picture seemed to show a ...

Eye Candy: Chilean Volcanic Thunderstorm
OhGizmo!, Canada - May 8, 2008
A volcano eruption AND lightning bolts. Excuse me now, watching such displays of raw energy always gives me the urge of rubbing my hands together and ...

Aerial view of CERN near Geneva in Switzerland showing the path of the tunnel for the LHC

Status CERN LHC will be in production mode on the 21. of May 2008 Comments

SLEUTHS: Please help keep watch for forthcoming test activity at CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC)

Greatest experiment ever in particle physics nears countdown GENEVA (AFP) — In a vast circular underground tunnel below the French-Swiss border, the final pieces of a gigantic machine are being set in place for an extraordinary investigation into the infinitely small at CERN: Europe's atom-smashing laboratory.

Subject: Large Hadron Collider - Risk of a Black Hole - Dennis Overbye - Physics - New York Times Date: 4/15/2008 7:47:53 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time

A not entirely reassuring article about the new Hadron Collider that is about to be fired up at CERN. While it has always been true that all experiments carry with them the risk that something will go wrong, I am not completely comfortable with experiments that include a risk of total annihilation of the Earth.

LHC - Large Hadron Collider - Messing with the unknown

Lawsuit: Huge Atom Smasher Could Destroy World Particle accelerator project sued on fears it will destroy the planet The Potential for Danger in Particle Collider Experiments Comments

Spawned at Cern: Superfast internet may replace world wide web 2 The power of the grid will be unlocked this summer with the switching on of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), a new particle accelerator designed to investigate how the universe began. The grid will be turned on at the same time to store the information it generates, after scientists at Cern, based near Geneva, realised the internet would not have the capacity to capture such huge volumes of data. The DataGrid Project 2 Comment: Combine this with quantum chips with no wiring for computers that "boot up almost instantly" and that part of our future doesn't look half bad 'eh? The OpenSimulator Project

3/30/2008 3:56:40 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time

Comment: Maybe it would be better to just let it implode. Wasting all this $, on a collider, when we should have anti-gravity, instead of phantom physics. Everything built upon the false concept of neutrinos, a desperate solution to save relativity, since the 30's is mathematical science fiction.

Inside the Largest Laser and Fusion Chamber in the World


Date: 6/15/00 2:09:59 PM Pacific Daylight Time

Attached are some interesting images taken at the Star and Phenix (now Phobos?) detectors which are part of RHIC. These images show a number of anomalies called orbs. I have taken many pictures of these curious objects on film as well. I have also seen them with my eyes.

Physicists Strive to Build A Black Hole Black holes in production in New York


Science's final frontier: the man who got to the bottom of black holes
Independent, UK - Apr 15, 2008
On one occasion, they even employed a black hole to trap the Voyager crew in a seemingly inescapable prison of darkness. Kevin J Anderson, the author of the ...
Universe in Danger (Pressemitteilung), Austria - May 8, 2008
If the CERN still wants to continue the LHC experiment without additional safety measures to reduce the current risk of creation of a real black hole that ...
Scientist part of worldwide experiment
Watton and Swaffham Times, UK - May 9, 2008
... that should the experiment, which is expected to be carried out over the next ten years, go wrong, the Earth would be sucked up into a black hole. ...
Superfluous science
Indiana Daily Student - Apr 24, 2008
Whether these particular scientists go through with this experiment or not, I don’t want scientists to even know how to create a black hole with the ...
Physics pioneer Wheeler made science seem magical
The Register-Guard, OR - May 5, 2008
Wheeler listened politely, and then said, “Let me tell you about how photons can orbit around a black hole.” I wasn’t sure what a black hole was, ...
Roads and Destinations
Artvoice, NY - Apr 30, 2008
The Tuskegee Experiment was an officially sanctioned “experiment” that gave black men venereal diseases that maimed, disfigured, and killed them—rather in ...
Full Text
Science Magazine (subscription) - May 8, 2008
The region relevant for this experiment is highlighted in the Fig. 2B inset. In this voltage range, the lowest energy state of the blue QD has a single ...

Windows, panes and the hole damn thing
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia - Apr 22, 2008
No longer are students drilled in the fine art of making and embroidering the hole in the wall. No longer do they experiment with the hole's infinite ...

Sydney Morning Herald
Aussie scientists help unlock the planet's secrets
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia - Apr 26, 2008
But there are fears the incredible intensity of the collision could get out of control and create a black hole. Some of the most extreme theories even ...

Collider May End World! (Or Spit out Man Eating Dragons)
Wired News - Apr 16, 2008
What's at issue right now, in that respect, are concerns being raised that the Large Hadron Collider could create a black hole, ending life as we know it. ...

John A. Wheeler, Physicist Who Coined the Term ‘Black Hole,’ Is ...
New York Times, United States - Apr 14, 2008
By DENNIS OVERBYE John A. Wheeler, a visionary physicist and teacher who helped invent the theory of nuclear fission, gave black holes their name and argued ...
Quantum pioneer John Wheeler dies New Scientist (subscription)
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'Technology Is at the Center'
Reason Online, CA - May 1, 2008
Just as our model of physics breaks down when it tries to describe the center of a black hole, Vinge observed, our attempts to model the future break down ...


Newindpress on Sunday
Cosmic conundrum
Newindpress on Sunday, India - May 3, 2008
“Perhaps it was a tiny black hole that entered the earth’s atmosphere and imploded,” say Albert A Jackson and Michael P Ryan, physicists at Texas University ...

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