New Theory Suggests Links Between Mandela Effect And CERN
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) located at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) is today considered one of the most advanced machines created by humans. It consists in a 27-kilometre ring of superconducting magnets that is used by scientists to boost energy so that particles can travel at very close the speed of light. This has allowed astronomers to better understand our universe, but some people have warned about the potential dangers of this machine.
According to an article published on online news site Gaia.com, the LHC could be responsible for many strange events that have been taking place in the last years, including the world-famous Mandela Effect.
“One of the more intriguing theories that attempts to explain this phenomenon [Mandela Effect] points a finger at CERN and the large hadron collider in Switzerland”, the article states. “CERN’s experiments are intended to find illusory particles that could potentially show evidence of a multiverse, create tiny black holes or discover dark matter”, it adds.
The writing says that scientists have denied any threat to our world, but some people still believe that ‘playing’ with quantic particles could be very dangerous. “What could possibly go wrong if we opened up a black hole in Europe, or tapped into another dimension with consequences unknown?”, the author of the article expressed. “While the scientists at CERN assure us their experiments are conducted on such a controlled, small scale as to have little, if any, negative consequences, some believe that their meddling in quantum fields has led to some strange effects, resulting in some kind of interdimensional entanglement”, the note continues.
“One of the quantum particles that CERN has been searching for is the graviton. These elusive particles correspond with how gravity would react between different dimensions and are still only hypothetical, but the way CERN describes them is intriguing”, it says. “A graviton might escape our detectors, leaving an empty zone that we notice as an imbalance in momentum and energy in the event. We would need to carefully study the properties of the missing object to work out whether it is a graviton escaping to another dimension or something else”, it adds.
“Is CERN inducing these gravitons, creating holes to other dimensions and swapping idiosyncrasies in our world? Or are we just having a collective memory lapse?” the writer wonders.
Draw your own conclusions…