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Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Blame It On The Hadron Collider

All you conspiracy theorists out there are going to love this one.

You know all of those nasty earthquakes that have been hitting recently? Like the one that just hit Turkey? The biggies in New Zealand, Turkey and Haiti... that shaker in Japan? Heck, even that tiny one felt in Toronto this past summer?

Well... guess what? These earthquakes and others could all be caused by a man-made black hole accidentally created by the Large Hadron Collider located in Switzerland.

But wait... that's not all. It's not really the fault of the global scientists for trying to play god. Nope... followers of the Mayan calendar already know that this earthquake thing is one of the signs of the approaching apocalypse on December 12, 2012.

Cool... no more work.

For those not aware, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is a $10-billion experiment located underground in Geneva, Switzerland. It's goal is to smash/collide protons together at near-light speed in an effort to see what the providing physicists with a means to recreate the early moments following the Big Bang.

Now, a frightening new book details how this experiment could be related to the unusual earthquake activity that has devastated Haiti, China, caused the Japan tsunami, and the most recent destruction in Turkey.

“By their own admittance, the LHC experiment creates miniature black holes,” states New York Times best-selling author Steve Alten, whose new book, Phobos: Mayan Fear (Tor/Forge books), graphically details what could happen on December 21st, 2012. “These physicists refute the dangers of creating strangelets – stable tiny black holes which could grow in size as they pass through the LHC chamber into Earth’s core. One of the side effects detailed in my book is that each pass through the Earth’s crust causes a seismic event – earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanic eruptions. We’ve certainly seen some big ones since September 2008 and it may get worse.”

How worse? Phobos: Mayan Fear describes two frightening events: the eruption of the Yellowstone caldera (think two thousand Mount St. Helens) and a thousand-foot-high mega-tsunami unleashed by the landslide eruption of a volcano in the Canary Islands that some scientists believe poses a catastrophic threat to the eastern seaboard of the U.S.

As bad as these things sound, Alten saves the very worst for December 21st, 2012.

“The irony of the Large Hadron Collider is that physicists designed it in order to prove the existence of the Higgs Boson particle, which they nicknamed the ‘God particle.’ In their egotistical desire to prove themselves right, they’re willing to risk humanity. We know what happens when you split the atom (nuclear weapons); the price we pay for smashing atoms may be far worse.”

Alten was advised during the writing process by a quantum physicist, who concurred with the author’s theories, and is acknowledged in the story. Over the years, other physicists have come forward to protest the work being conducted at the LHC, including a group that sued – all to no avail. Can a best-selling author of fictional thrillers make a difference?

“All of my novels are painstakingly researched, real facts woven throughout the storyline,” says Alten. “In Phobos, the fact is far scarier than the fiction.”

I'm not making this up.... this is the basis of a book by a best-selling author. People... you have to stop wasting money on books like this. Instead, you need to contact a publisher and insist that Japan - It's A Wonderful Rife should be made into a book. No.... just the funny stuff. Unlike this book on preying on the basic fears and idiocy of mankind.

Yeah, it's idiocy. Look... if the Mayan civilization was so adept at predicting the end of the world, you think they would have been able to foresee the end of their own culture. And since their own culture was essentially snuffed out centuries ago, why would they even bother to note when the rest of the world was going to die? Why would the dead care?

Somewhere looking forward to December 22, 2012,
Andrew Joseph

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