CERN: Portals in the Sky and Other High Strangeness

Of all the strange claims made about CERN, the idea that scientists in Geneva have actually opened portals to other worlds is perhaps the most compelling one. Is there any evidence that this has happened? That it might happen? Any strange stories to be told? Read on, and we’ll see what we run into. But …

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The universe is a strange place.

Scientists Wonder: Should the Universe Even Exist?

I don’t even know what to make of this one. It’s much better to read the press release for a full explanation. But, suffice it to say, scientists over at CERN have performed measurements once again confirming that protons and antiprotons share the same magnetic moment (or g-factor). At least, so far, it seems that …

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CERN & Parallel Universes

CERN’s LHC: Will We Find Parallel Universes…or the Gates of Hell?

Bad news on the Large Hadron Collider front: a short circuit could delay its scheduled restart, which would have happened right about now, for “days or even weeks,” according to BBC News. Now, while this is mostly par for the course, some people are actually relieved that the LHC’s reboot has been delayed. Why? Well, …

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A spiral similar to that seen in Norway in 2009

The 2009 Norway Spiral Anomaly

On the evening of December 9, 2009, worried onlookers inundated the Norwegian Meteorological Institute with phone calls. Something remarkable had appeared in the sky, which could be seen from Northern Norway and Sweden. It was a bizarre spiral of light that seemed to hover in the atmosphere for nearly three full minutes. White-gray and circular, …

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