On the Franco-Swiss border near Geneva, lies a very interesting scientific facility. The aim of this facility is to answer the ultimate question, "Where did everything come from?" Welcome to CERN. (the European Organization for Nuclear Research)
This gigantic machine mimics the aftermath of the Big Bang by sending beams of protons hurtling into one another at close to the speed of light. This machine has already discovered a key element in the pursuit of answering the ultimate question. CERN discovered what is referred to as the "Higgs boson" in 2012. The Higgs boson is an elementary particle in the Standard Model of particle physics. It is the quantum excitation of the Higgs field, a fundamental field of crucial importance to particle physics theory, first suspected to exist in the 1960s. Before the discovery of the Higgs, there were some disputes in the scientific community where the main concern was a scenario where the whole world would be sucked into a gaping wormhole.
Stephen Hawking has been expressing doubts about the project. He claims that the Higgs might become unstable and basically, that means the end for us all. "This could mean that the universe could undergo catastrophic vacuum decay, with a bubble of the true vacuum expanding at the speed of light. This could happen at any time and we wouldn't see it coming." The same news article also indirectly said that he might be becoming unstable.
There are many activists out there that firmly believe that CERN is a gateway to another dimension. It is said at the center of this device which stretches 27km in a circular shape 100m underground that there is a statue of Shiva the Destroyer. There are many "witnesses" working at this facility which claim that strange things have been happening for a while. If there is any truth to these statements, I am very sure that everybody involved in this project would do their best to keep all strange activities on site a huge secrete for obvious reasons.
If this is the first time you've heard anything about CERN, please do not hesitate to express your opinion on the matter. I'm sure there are many poeple out there who would love to know more about this. IF there is enough interest and people feeling a bit too lazy to do all the research (and there is a lot of it) I'll write a follow up post.