Yet another interesting report out of the main stream media about CERN. Strangely enough, both article are from England.
What is the purpose? Is it "Notice"? Is it a deliberate attempt to bring ridicule into the topic, thereby negating anyones opinion if they believe that "something" is going on at CERN? The very fact that British MSM are publishing these articles brings a lot of questions to the table of.... WHY?
Are we all going to die next Wednesday?
Two nightmare scenarios, two ends of the world. In the first, there is little warning. For maybe a month there would be no sign that life was about to come to an abrupt and nasty end for all living things on Earth.
Then, earthquakes would start unexpectedly, alerting geologists that something terrible, unimaginable, was amiss.
After a few days, these seismic disturbances would reach catastrophic proportions.
Cities would be levelled, the oceans would rise and wash in a series of mega-tsunamis that would attack the world's coasts, killing millions.
Is the end of the world nigh? Doom-mongers fear the consequences of scientists replicating the Big Bang
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1052354/Are-going-die-Wednesday.html#ixzz3cCNhiygS
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