According to Brain Cox, a famous English physicist and a professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Manchester; “ghosts and the paranormal don’t exist because CERN and the LHC would have discovered them by now.” Or maybe they have and they just aren’t informing humanity.

The Large Hadron Collider from CERN is often shrouded in controversy, and ‘conspiracy’, because of the mysterious world of particle physics, and quantum mechanics. Which is why on a recent episode of Cox’s podcast The Infinite Monkey Cage, Cox said there is no basis for the existence of ghosts. If they ever existed, CERN’s Large Hadron Collider would have certainly detected them. That means that the large hadron collider has been secretly searching for the paranormal.

Off of that basis alone, a conclusion can be drawn surrounding what exactly CERN and the LHC are up to.

The British physicist said such an afterlife is impossible as spirits would have been detected by the LHC, whose superconducting magnets and accelerators fling millions of particles at high speeds and can comprehend all the mysteries and properties of the universe.

Interestingly enough, CERN has detected ‘spirits’ they are called demons, and previously the Christian Journal has exposed this reality.

Throughout history and science, many times things are often hidden from public knowledge – especially when an agenda is at play. CERN has constantly denied that they are searching for spirits or demons, but what Cox reveals is that they have sought for the paranormal, whether it be intentionally or accidentally.

Thanks to the LHC, scientists understand the behavior and interaction of elementary particles and how the world is composed of particles. The LHC data has been rendering valuable information on the decay of particles in addition to providing leads on new particles.

However, in all these high-value data nowhere there was never any clue or proof about the existence of ghosts.

Insisting on the existence of paranormal beings would amount to inventing an extension to the Standard Model of Particle Physics or skipping detection from the LHC.

That is inconceivable considering the energy scales typical of the particle interactions in human bodies, Cox added.

Cox defended his arguments by noting that ghosts per se are not composed of matter but must be all energy. According to the second law of thermodynamics, any energy form is subject to dissipation upon heating.

If something escapes dissipation, the only reason must be ghosts drawing some “spooky energy” of their own. Such a possibility is not logical in the light of the standard model of physics or the results obtained from particle accelerator experiments.

“If we want some sort of pattern that carries information about our living cells to persist then we must specify precisely what medium carries that pattern and how it interacts with the matter particles out of which our bodies are made,” said Cox.

He also told a questioner that the European Council for Nuclear Research has already disproved the existence of ghosts. – Read More

To disprove something, means that you have to have tested for it in the first place. And again, just like all of those secret “UFO” files under the current care of the CIA and the Smithsonian – the public is not being told everything. Which leads to the continuing mystery surrounding the LHC.

To further conclude, CERN may have just not publicly “discovered” the existence of the paranormal yet because it doesn’t fit the agenda, just last year – the Large Hadron Collider almost uncovered another new particle which would have challenged the standard model of physics. Meaning that they have no idea what is out truly there, because one simple particle could alter the entire model. What say you reader?

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Works Cited

ABIGAIL BEALL. “If ghosts were real, Brian Cox claims CERN would have found them by now.” Wired. . (2017): . .

James Brown. “Ghosts Don’t Exist, Otherwise LHC Particle Accelerator Would Have Gotten Them.” MarshallTown. . (2017): . .