Atom collider experiment

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Does anyone think that experiment will have an effect on dowsing?
Naw.... Didn't they fire it up a couple times already?
Be fun to know when they used it, so we could see if we could detect it.

Think they did once or twice already.
 

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I can remember some weird theories about what might happen when they succeed on the experiment.
 

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Enough radiation comes in from space to power a special X-ray screen scanner used by scientists.


Scientists used a new technology known as cosmic-ray imaging to perform a muon scan in order to discover the space. The process involves placing special plates in and around the pyramids that collect subatomic particles.

The particles rain down through the atmosphere and are then absorbed or deflected by hard surfaces. The particles, known as muons, penetrate rock similarly to an X-ray, but they can go much deeper.

The researchers who collect the plates can then study the trajectories of the particles, and determine where there is stone and where there is empty space. The plates led the scientists to triangulate the chamber and determine its relative location, shape, and size.
 

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Only vastly arrogant men experiment with the lives of all humanity. Conducting experiments that are only loosely understood with possible ramifications for all.

I am deeply interested in science of many kinds. That’s why I know that our world can now be completely obliterated by an arrogance even a collider can’t measure.

Thankfully if we escape these experiments we can still rely on nukes and AI to kill us all off.
 

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Only vastly arrogant men experiment with the lives of all humanity. Conducting experiments that are only loosely understood with possible ramifications for all.

I am deeply interested in science of many kinds. That’s why I know that our world can now be completely obliterated by an arrogance even a collider can’t measure.

Thankfully if we escape these experiments we can still rely on nukes and AI to kill us all off.
I just hope I'm close enough to be vaporized in a flash when they screw up. Until then, no sense getting ulcers worrying about it.
 

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Only vastly arrogant men experiment with the lives of all humanity. Conducting experiments that are only loosely understood with possible ramifications for all.

I am deeply interested in science of many kinds. That’s why I know that our world can now be completely obliterated by an arrogance even a collider can’t measure.

Thankfully if we escape these experiments we can still rely on nukes and AI to kill us all off.
Hey guys, don't worry about the collider etc. NOW we have big you know who, doing a very good job of killing people off with ''THE JAB""
 

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Only vastly arrogant men experiment with the lives of all humanity. Conducting experiments that are only loosely understood with possible ramifications for all.

I am deeply interested in science of many kinds. That’s why I know that our world can now be completely obliterated by an arrogance even a collider can’t measure.

Thankfully if we escape these experiments we can still rely on nukes and AI to kill us all off.
I would say that vastly ignorant men conduct these experiments,only concerned with their own findings in their narrow field and having little knowledge of the potential to harm the rest of mankind. Same result.
 

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I just hope I'm close enough to be vaporized in a flash when they screw up. Until then, no sense getting ulcers worrying about it.

I know what you mean. My brother and I have joked that if the nukes start to fly we are so close to Wright patt that we won’t last long enough to suffer greatly.

In my head it’s like Becky Conner standing along the fence in the first terminator.
 

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Only vastly arrogant men experiment with the lives of all humanity. Conducting experiments that are only loosely understood with possible ramifications for all.
This has been true since cave men experimented with fire. Thank God for vastly arrogant men.

As to the OP's question, no, the experiments won't affect dowsing in the least.
 

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I live in the Midwest but not going to matter where you live.

Among the most alarming things the FBI uncovered pertains to Chinese-made Huawei equipment atop cell towers near US military bases in the rural Midwest. According to multiple sources familiar with the matter, the FBI determined the equipment was capable of capturing and disrupting highly restricted Defense Department communications, including those used by US Strategic Command, which oversees the country’s nuclear weapons.

On paper, it looked like a fantastic deal. In 2017, the Chinese government was offering to spend $100 million to build an ornate Chinese garden at the National Arboretum in Washington DC. Complete with temples, pavilions and a 70-foot white pagoda, the project thrilled local officials, who hoped it would attract thousands of tourists every year.

But when US counterintelligence officials began digging into the details, they found numerous red flags. The pagoda, they noted, would have been strategically placed on one of the highest points in Washington DC, just two miles from the US Capitol, a perfect spot for signals intelligence collection, multiple sources familiar with the episode told CNN.

FBI found Chinese-made Huawei equipment could disrupt US nuclear arsenal communications​


 
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This has been true since cave men experimented with fire. Thank God for vastly arrogant men.

As to the OP's question, no, the experiments won't affect dowsing in the least.

I struggle to see how cave men making fire even remotely has the possible complications of atom smashing!! Lol

Yes we agree that experimentation is very important to humanity. The nuclear bomb however could have been left in the dark and our world would be better for it.

It’s a mixed bag. Fire gooood, monkeys playing with things that could blow up the planet….. nah.
 

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