Scientists at CERN discovered the God Particle on July 4th, 2012 and as far as we know the world is still intact but since the discovery, the planet has gone through some violent changes as earthquakes have increased, volcanic eruptions have also increased, the planet has suffered climate spikes, and the magnetic field is weakening.5 things you didn't know about CERN - God particle row | The Economic Times

Most of the time when I talk about quantum entanglement — I am sure that it either goes over the heads of most people — or it blows their minds — the focus right now in new science fiction is the theory of inversion.

While we have been focusing on the topic of inverse time and the possibility that a major experiment at CERN could have somehow altered the timeline ever so slightly – there have been some recent activities that are again pushing us into the possibility that there has been a glitch that cannot be ignored and scientists believe it or not are confirming that something spooky is indeed happening in the cosmos and that it has found its way to earth.

This goes beyond the Mandela Effect – this is most definitely an anomaly that has scientists spooked, as if they have seen a quantum ghost. Scientists have seen “spooky” quantum behavior happening to objects at the human scale, according to a new paper.

Researchers have seen quantum fluctuations “kick” large objects such as mirrors, moving them by a tiny degree but one big enough to measure.

Such behavior has previously been predicted by quantum physicists. But it has never before been measured.

The movements are the result of the way the universe is structured, when seen at the level of quantum mechanics: researchers describe it as a “noisy” space, where particles are constantly switching in and out of existence, which creates a low-level fuzz at all times.

Normally, that background of quantum “noise” is too subtle to detect in objects that are visible at the human-scale. But the new research shows that scientists have finally detected those movements, using new technology to watch for those fluctuations.

In these experiments — we are now learning that they have found unknown elements –again much like what we see in the Iron Man story.

The palladium that powers Tony Stark’s arc reactor—and, by extension, his Iron Man exoskeleton suit—is slowly leaking into his bloodstream and killing him. And the fast-talking industrialist has exhausted the rest of the periodic table looking for an element that is a safer power source than palladium.


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