CERN ALERT: The LHC Collides Ion Particles That Are Causing Major Seismic Activity Across The Globe

The LHC has ramped up again, this time CERN is colliding lead ion particles to “study” a state of matter that existed shortly after creation, reaching a temperature of several trillion degrees.

This state known as the quark-gluon state; which we are working on the exclusive video for this currently. Which will be titled Day 2 of creation; this next exclusive comes after our expose of Day 1 and Antimatter.

The world is shaking, due to CERN.

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After the successful restart of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) and its first months of data taking with proton collisions at a new energy frontier, the LHC is moving to a new phase, with the first lead-ion collisions of season 2 at an energy about twice as high as that of any previous collider experiment. Following a period of intense activity to re-configure the LHC and its chain of accelerators for heavy-ion beams, CERN’s accelerator specialists put the beams into collision for the first time in the early morning of 17 November 2015 and ‘stable beams’ were declared at 10.59am today, marking the start of a one-month run with positively charged lead ions: lead atoms stripped of electrons. The four large LHC experiments will all take data over this campaign, including LHCb, which will record this kind of collision for the first time. Colliding lead ions allows the LHC experiments to study a state of matter that existed shortly after the big bang, reaching a temperature of several trillion degrees.

The timing of CERN’s experiments, are oddly similar to the recent earthquakes across the world.

A major global seismic unrest event is currently underway.   Over the past 1-2 weeks a noticeable increase in earthquake activity has taken place worldwide.

An earthquake forecast (and warning) was issued for the Pacific plate to be on watch for large earthquakes to strike, as well as Europe, The United States and Asia.     All the areas which were warned have been struck by noteworthy movement.

As the earthquake forecast video talked about, we are now seeing the seismic pressure transfer EASTWARD from the Pacific — starting with a new swarm of M4.0+ earthquakes in Vancouver BC, also a new swarm of M4.0+ (to mid M5.0) earthquakes struck the fracking operations in Oklahoma.

When the fracking operations can’t take the pressure any more, the pressure transfers Eastward towards the New Madrid, causing earthquakes as the pressure travels along the craton edge, building towards the East coast.

Indeed the pressure has pressed further East from the fracking operations, and it has caused a new earthquake swarm to develop along the New Madrid Seismic Zone (NMSZ).  This pressure transfer should be cause for some alarm in the United States, especially in the Midwest, and along the East coast.

See the line of earthquakes over the past 3 days (up to November 25, 2015) – the progression of earthquakes along the craton / plate edge is obvious.

Works Cited

Cian O'Luanaigh. “LHC collides ions at new record energy.” CERN. . (2015): . .