You may have heard on the news a few days ago that the world’s largest and fastest subatomic particle supercollider started up in Switzerland. It is called the LHC – Large Hadron Collider.
This was put together by the folks at CERN, the European Council for Nuclear Research, and a consortium of 8 thousand physicists from 85 countries. It is in a circular tunnel 17 miles in diameter, under the border of Switzerland and France.
It went online Sept. 10th in test mode, and the intention is to eventually create the conditions present 1/3 of a second after the Big Bang. They are looking for, among other things, the Higgs Boson, which is often called the God-particle. This is the missing particle in the understanding of how energy acquires mass, or as one scientist put it, “How stuff becomes stuff.”
What does this have to do with law of attraction? Quantum physics has already shown us the effect an observer (intention) has on reality. I hope that some of what they find substantiates some of the science Seth spoke about: particles he called EEs and CUs.
From Paul Helfrich’s website, link below: Electromagnetic energy units (EEs) – faster than light particles within the subtle field (Framework 2) earmarked for physical manifestation that “slow down” to form all matter, guided by the conscious mind and the pineal gland in the brain. Millions compose each atom. EEs are made up of the even “smaller,” more fundamental, consciousness units (CUs). Discussed in detail in The Seth Material.
Consciousness units (CUs) – the foundational “causal force” or Primal Cause within All-That-Is; Seth’s metaphor for pure source energy in the causal field. CUs are ubiquitous, faster than light, nested “units” of awareized, not humanized, energy imbued with a propensity for creating gestalts of action, energy, and matter. Their unique characteristics include dreaming and inner sensing. Discussed in detail in The “Unknown” Reality, Vol. 1.
Some scientists have expressed concern that crashing particles into each other could create black holes and particles called ‘strangelets’ that might swallow the earth or otherwise demolish the planet. There are arguments way too technical for me on both sides of this position. All I have to say is “remember Atlantis.” (They blew themselves up and sunk the island through the misuse of technology.) Some small consolation is that it will take from 50 months to 50 years (how’d they figure that out?) to accumulate enough black holes to swallow the planet, so it won’t happen immediately.
Here is what a couple of people had to say about black holes:
“If it creates black holes I’ll just escape to an alternate reality where the experiment never took place!”
And Chris of Canberra queried, “If the world does end, who will do the Wikipedia entry about it?”
What got me started on all of this was this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j50ZssEojtM
This is a 5 minute rap song by one of the scientists working at CERN. Its very funny and yet it explains what’s going on in a way that is easy to understand.
If none of this piques your interest, at least take a look at the video.
Major artilce – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Large_Hadron_Collider
news and quotes – http://www.news.com.au/story/0,23599,24320776-2,00.html
safety issues – http://www.lhcfacts.org/?p=70