China’s Supercollider Higgs Factory Will Be Twice The Size Of CERN’s Large Hadron Collider … China could soon rival Europe and the U.S. as a global leader in the field of particle physics. The world’s most populous country now also aims to build the world’s most powerful supercollider to have a better understanding of the Higgs boson, the so-called god-particle. –Tech Times
China wants to build the biggest supercollider in the world and over in Switzerland, CERN reportedly wants to build a much larger supercollider as well.
We live in an era of Big Science that makes it clear only government and mega-corporations have the wherewithal to make scientific advances.
Space travel, nuclear weapons and the Hadron supercollider itself are all testimony to the necessity of the billions of dollars and thousands of scientific minds one needs to make a breakthrough.
Such bigness celebrates the cult of “scientism” (AKA corporatism) managed by aggregations of technocrats schooled at the best universities and propelled by the dogma of internationalism.
This is how global governance is built, piece by questionable piece. The claims of Big Science are often questionable, exaggerated or even faked. The goal is to make sure that people passively accept what they’re told.
The supposed mile-long structures of the Manhattan Project to purify uranium, the fantastic facilities of NASA or the vast, ever-enlarging spheres of supercolliders, these constitute the theater of Big Science.
Big Finance is especially prone to such displays. Heaven forbid average people would try to create their own money. (Though certainly almost anyone could do a better job.)
The imposing granite and glass structures of modern central banking are intended to give an inviolable impression of power and infallibility – until one realizes that half the world is bankrupt.
And then there’s the military-industrial complex, perhaps the worst offender of all. “Big War” industriously creates fabulous malfunctioning machines at the cost of billions. This is the price of freedom we’re told.
Modern Big Science was likely initiated as a result of the Manhattan Project, the subsequent weaponization of the atom and vaporization of Hiroshima.
And what is one to make of NASA’s achievements? We recently stumbled on a Youtube video HERE that made the argument the lunar rover was nothing more than a dressed-up World War II jeep. Boeing nonetheless charged some $40 million for its “development.”
HERE, one can see astronauts turning transparent as they enter and exit a portion of the International Space Station. There’s apparently some sort of photographic trickery going on.
And HERE too (at the two-minute mark). How does this astronaut get up from the surface of the moon without using his legs? Wires maybe?
The most glorious achievement of the Hadron Collider is the discovery of the so-called Higgs God particle. But there are plenty of easily accessible articles on the Internet that question the discovery.
The amount of propaganda distributed about the Higgs is overwhelming. Let’s start with an almost amusing example. Michio Kaku, a famous string popularizer, said in an interview on CBS news that the Higgs particle was the “missing piece of creation” and it “put the bang in the big bang.” … This is considered to be blatant nonsense even by particle physicists. Matt Strassler, a member of the CMS collaboration, complained about Kaku’s “spectacular distortions” and wrote in his blog, “worse, Kaku presumably knew it was wrong.”
In fact, the Hadron Collider itself is testimony to the almost religious conviction of gravitational physics as elaborated on by Albert Einstein.
But there’s considerable evidence that Einstein was something of a fraud, cultivated by globalists to take the place of a legitimate genius, Nikola Tesla. Einstein also played a role in the “development” of the initial atom bomb.
HERE’s something on gravitational physics versus the electronic universe.
We will now place our standard disclaimer: We are not denying the achievements of Big Science. But we are questioning them – in some cases vehemently.
Perhaps Hiroshima was bombed by an atomic bomb. On the other hand, photos of Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Tokyo all look the same. Tokyo was in fact firebombed. Stripped of our preconceived notions, we can’t see any difference between Tokyo and the other two cities.
But we won’t absolutely deny common wisdom, not in any field. Perhaps there is global warming. Perhaps NASA did go the moon. Perhaps vaccines are safe and effective.
Consensus science in our view is almost always suspect. Just because thousands of scientists supposedly contributed to the creation of the initial atomic bomb doesn’t mean it worked. Much of the film documenting atom bomb blasts in the ‘40s and ‘50s seems to have been faked.
Just because thousands of scientists endorse global warming doesn’t mean it’s occurring – or at least not as the result of manmade carbon.
Just because tens of thousands of doctors endorse the healthful application of vaccines doesn’t mean they are not dangerous to some and ineffective for others. Especially since many are not double-blind tested, contrary to what people may think.
And lately there have been articles questioning double-blind testing itself. You can see an article HERE.
The inventions of modern Big Science are in many cases what we call dominant social themes – intended to condition people to accept the upcoming vast centralization of global governance.
Such themes are distinguished by the amount of resources devoted to them, complexity of their creation and an advertised association with internationalist “thought leaders.”
The end result is supposed to reinforce powerlessness – your powerlessness.
This goes for politics, too. Donald Trump, for instance, has excited the alternative ‘Net media. We hope for the best when it comes to Donald, but suspect that he will not single-handedly turn the world around.
Politics is no panacea. The solution is “human action” based on the determined application of your own arduously gathered knowledge.
The world is riddled with purposeful lies. We grow up with then and the mainstream media reinforces them. The idea is to cocoon you in a matrix of false beliefs from which you will never extricate yourself.
Conclusion: But the Internet especially has given us tools that allow us to think for ourselves. If we use it properly, we can acquire real information that can protect us and add to our wealth. Take advantage of the opportunity. Understand reality as best you can. Keep an open mind. And don’t be discouraged.