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Region: Published: April 5, 2015  Updated: April 5, 2015 at 1:37 pm EST

The timing of CERN firing up shows just how demonic this machine truly is. Let alone the fact and self-addmition that they are searching for dark matter, and other dimensions. CERN just turned back on, now it is time to look for the distractions that will mount.

After a two-year refit, the CERN nuclear research center has restarted the Large Hadron Collider (some say that’s why the latest lunar eclipse was so short). The new run will focus on searching for dark matter and trying to reach other dimensions.

The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) announced on Sunday that one of the two beams had completed a circuit of the LHC’s 27-kilometer ring of superconducting magnets in an underground facility on the Swiss-French border.

Large Hadron Collider at CERN FIRED UP

The collider has been upgraded to run at a higher energy and with a greater intensity of collisions. This time the ‘Big Bang’ accelerator is going to run for three years, with operators busy 24-hours a day. First experiments are slated for late May.

“The LHC will be running day and night. When we will get results, we don’t know. What is important is that we will have collisions at energies we’ve never had before,” CERN spokesman Arnaud Marsollier said in March.

“If something interesting appears in this new window we will see it. It might be two months from now or two years, we’re not able to say. It took 50 years to find the Higgs boson and 20 years to build this machine, and it will be running at least until 2035, so we can be patient,” he added.

via Large Hadron Collider at CERN fired up after 2-year break — RT News.

According to BBC:

The Large Hadron Collider at Cern could be restarted next week after its two-year shutdown.

The LHC is now ready to run at its “design energy”, which means it will smash protons together with nearly double the energies reached previously.

Physicists believe that this will lead to the discovery of new so-called “supersymmetric” particles and lead to a revolution in our understanding of physics.

The BBC’s Science Editor David Shukman visited the LHC to see the final preparations and look at what the next stage of experiments might discover.

For More information regarding the true purpose of CERN, please refer to:

CERN to restart on the Blood Moon.

CERN Part 1

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