Large Hadron Collider has taken us to a parallel universe

(ORDO NEWS) — On Tuesday, the world’s largest particle accelerator was turned on again. After three years of upgrades and maintenance, he spotted three exotic particles for the first time.

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is up and running and is breaking the record for the highest energy particle collisions ever.

This is all pretty exciting as teams search for more information about the so-called “God particle,” the Higgs boson, and signs of dark matter.

But of course, some conspiracy theorists have concerns that the collider will open a gate to hell and/or a parallel dimension from which there is no return.

CERN has always been the subject of various conspiracy theories, from the creation of black holes to human sacrifice on earth.

It appears that conspiracy theorists have watched too much Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness this year, as all the rumors this year have centered around the opening of a portal to another dimension.

“Who has been feeling for a long time that a big shift is coming??” one astrologer tweeted, giving an example typical of conspiracy theories.

“Now, on July 5th, we are literally going to switch timelines when CERN turns on its machine and it opens a portal to something unknown. Keep a positive attitude and energy.”

“I’ve looked into it,” added another, “look for 10 times more Mandela effects .. since back in 2012 they hit a record voltage level that caused these Mandela effects, whatever portal they open, they shouldn’t.”

As fun as it is to imagine not being sucked into a parallel dimension created by the Weebing machine, let’s take the conspiracy theory seriously for a moment.

Being generous, you might guess that alternate dimension theories are based on the idea that, theoretically, the LHC can detect evidence for the existence of other dimensions.

“How could we check for extra dimensions? One option would be to find evidence for the existence of particles, which can only exist if extra dimensions are real,” CERN explains on its website.

“Theories involving extra dimensions predict that just as atoms have a low-energy ground state and excited high-energy states, there will be heavier versions of standard particles in other dimensions.

These heavier versions of particles, called Kaluza-Klein states, will have exactly the same properties as standard particles (and therefore be visible to our detectors), but with more mass.”

“If CMS or ATLAS discovered a Z- or W-like particle (Z and W-bosons are the carriers of the electroweak force) with a mass, for example, 100 times greater, this could indicate the presence of extra dimensions. Such heavy particles can only be detected at the high energies achieved by the Large Hadron Collider.”

Another possibility is that the LHC can create (extremely) temporary and (incredibly) miniature black holes. The appearance of these microscopic black holes can tell us about the existence of extra dimensions. However, they will not consume the planet, but will collapse on their own in about 10-27 seconds.

“Assumptions about microscopic black holes at the LHC refer to particles produced by the collision of pairs of protons, each of which has an energy comparable to that of a mosquito in flight,” adds CERN.

“Astronomical black holes are much heavier than anything that can be created at the LHC.”

Despite the simple and understandable explanation, conspiracy theorists, as they say, changed their shoes in a jump and changed their “horror stories” in a different direction.

“Many people underestimate how serious the CERN Hadron Collider agenda really is.

It’s not like the creatures come out of the portal and instantly kill everyone,” wrote one user. “Satanic rituals don’t work that way.

The consequences of what happened yesterday will manifest themselves in the coming months.”

They previously tweeted, “In 8 hours, the gates of ‘hell’ will be open. The interdimensional reptiles are coming for you and your family. This is not teaching.”

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