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The Collider and the Collision - Comment on 2010 September 13

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2010 September 13
Scientists are far from acknowledging the designer to be God and that is the crucial point and that is the point where science will end up using something like a Large Hadron Collider for experiments that will finally kill them and destroy everything on the surface of this planet. Read more:

Today I read an article about the possibility of men creating a universe and that is of course quite a feasible idea because when we are back in that state we had originally, the divine state, the state where we are again the image of God, then that is one of our possibilities of creation. The writer of that article of course approached the whole thing from a materialistic level and not from a spiritual level and that makes it quite clumsy.

But in his article he makes the following statement:

“As with much else in modern physics, the idea involves particle acceleration, the kind of thing that goes on in the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland. Before the LHC began operating, a few alarmists worried that it might create a black hole which would destroy the world. That was never on the cards: although it is just possible that the device could generate an artificial black hole, it would be too small to swallow an atom, let alone the Earth.”

So that is quite interesting that “Before the LHC began operating, a few alarmists worried that it might create a black hole which would destroy the world.”

So right from the beginning of this scientific experiment the possibility was discussed, that the experiment could destroy the world.

A particle accelerator, a collider, is a machine in which two oppositely moving particle beams are made to collide. This allows the particles to use more of their energy to create new particles than when they collide with a fixed target.

In the article I just quoted are also the following statements:

“… black holes may … act as gateways to other regions of space and time.”

“Black holes, moreover, are relatively easy to make.”

“The black holes that could be created in a particle accelerator would be far smaller: tiny masses squeezed into incredibly tiny volumes.”

“He has investigated the technicalities of "the creation of universes in the laboratory", and concluded that the laws of physics do, in principle, make it possible.”

“Modern physics suggests that our universe is one of many, part of a "multiverse" where different regions of space and time may have different properties (the strength of gravity may be stronger in some and weaker in others).”

“It therefore becomes overwhelmingly likely that any given universe, our own included, would be designed rather than "natural".”

“The universe is comprehensible to the human mind because it was designed, at least to some extent, by intelligent beings with minds similar to our own.”

“The great British astronomer Fred Hoyle suggested that the laws of physics were so uniquely conducive to human existence that the universe must be "a put-up job". I believe he was right: the universe was indeed set up to provide a home for life, even if it evolved through a process of natural selection, with no need for outside interference. It isn't that man was created in God's image – rather that our universe was created, more or less, in the image of its designers.”

The statements in the last quoted paragraph express exactly what the messages coming from Bertha Dudde tell us about the origin of the world: to provide a home for life.

And another interesting aspect of this article is, that scientist no longer have the need to have a “natural” emerging universe but “that any given universe, our own included, would be designed rather than "natural."

Here we have another indication that true science is not in conflict with spiritual teachings. They begin to consider a universe, or multiple universes – a multiverse – to be something that was designed.

But also in this article the writer is far from acknowledging the designer to be God, he only might consider it to be a possibility that God was the designer, and that is the crucial point and that is the point where science will end up using something like a Large Hadron Collider for experiments that will finally destroy them and everything on the surface of this planet.

 

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