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Meeting on Serbia’s CERN associate membership

21. December 2010. | 07:16

Source: Emg.rs

The meeting will concern a decision of the CERN Council on Serbia becoming an associate member of CERN, together with Turkey, Israel, Cyprus and Slovenia.

Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration and Minister of Science and Technological Development Bozidar Djelic will meet with researches cooperating with the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) on 21 December, at the government building, Nemanjina 11.

The meeting will concern a decision of the CERN Council on Serbia becoming an associate member of CERN, together with Turkey, Israel, Cyprus and Slovenia.


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The problem with CERN's LHC is one of amplitude. Earth's ability to manage energy has been hurt by global warming so that rather than excess, typically heat, related energy being able to radiate out away from planet to outer space, to release it from the earth, heat and related energies are in effect, trapped under the thick insulating blanket that pollution driven global warming has created. Consequently, effect is like a pipe that has too much fluid being pushed through it- hence the blowouts at weak points in Earth's crust by way of sinkholes appearing in recent years in Guatemala and Germany, as a result of literally an underground explosions brought about by huge volumes of energy released into Earth's crust by way of CERN's activities, that the Earth is unable to properly adsorb and manage by way of normal activities. Earth cannot manage the extra energy load so as with a lightning bolt, energy released from CERN's activities is literally just running through the Earth's crust and deeper, related layers closer to the core, and then blowing out at the surface at weak points.
The sad part about this is that CERN apparently is just a bunch of people who all they care about is saying what people need to hear so they can get their projects approved- and then sticking countries like Guatemala and Germany with the consequences of what amounts to CERN’s greed. Next thing you know, one of these days we shall see blowouts in things like oil fields where drilling is occurring, and that includes hitting utility centers in major cities and blowing those out, leaving those cities messed up for some time to come after that. If CERN's LHC gets cranked up to full power it is almost certain to blow out things like California, and Hawaii, so what started out as nice places to live, and we will all be able to watch places such as these fall into the sea. Then, as CERN continues with its activities, and more underground explosions occur, life as we know it will come to an end as the oil supply is disrupted so we no longer have the fuel we need to transport food to be able to get access to it to eat it and although we will have water, it will be polluted and not drinkable, because the machines that are needed to clean it will be unable to run. So no water and no food.


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