Immersive VR Journalism Report Takes You Inside The Large Hadron Collider Project
The human race can be considered as forgotten beings in the universe, collectively a group of species that is experiencing amnesia. We do not remember who we are, why we are here, and where we are going. This greatest mystery of all time has yet been properly explained for thousands of years. In the recent years, scientists theorized that our Universe and everything else started with one Big Bang.
About a hundred meter beneath the French and Swiss border, BBC News takes you on a 360 degree video virtual tour inside the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN – one the world’s greatest physics experiment at mega scale. CERN stands for European Organization For Nuclear Research. The LHC supposedly mimic the condition right after the Big Bang, a particle accelerator that speeds up particle up to a speed that is close to the speed of light.
The first time I ever heard about CERN was reading Dan Brown’s Book “Angels & Demon”, in which the story involves a canister being stolen from the most secretive laboratory that contains one gram of antimatter that can be used as devastating weapon. The novel was later translated into a movie where Tom Hanks plays Harvard professor Robert Langdon.
Regarded as the largest machine in the world, the LHC is the world's largest and highest-energy particle accelerator. The collider is contained in a circular tunnel, with a circumference of 27 kilometres (17 mi), at a depth ranging from 50 to 175 metres (164 to 574 ft) underground.
According to the Standard Model that rules almost all physics, the Higgs particle is responsible for imbuing other elementary particles with mass, and the LHC was built to look for the God Particle.
“The standard model is the name given in the 1970s to a theory of fundamental particles and how they interact. It supposedly included all that was known about subatomic particles at the time, and predicts the existence of additional particles as well.”
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Could World's Largest Science Experiment Possibly Be A Mistake???
Nassim Haramein is a research scientist who looks at the modern day God Particle theory a little differently. Nassim believes that we should not be looking for the “God Particle” at all, and instead should be looking for sacred geometry God Patterns, and believes that CERN will never find the God Particle.
Nassim Haramein was born in Geneva, Switzerland in 1962. As early as 9 years old, Nassim was already discovering the universal dynamics of matter and energy, which led him on a journey toward pioneering a new approach to quantum gravity and continual developments in unified field theory. When I first discovered Nassim's work on YouTube, I spent two weeks in my room doing nothing but digesting and try to dig deeper in every bit of it because his approach to the origin of things was so profoundly fascinating!
The Resonance Project Foundation
In 2003 he founded The Resonance Project Foundation, and as its Director of Research leads teams of physicists, electrical engineers, mathematicians and other scientists to explore the frontier of unification principles and their implications. Haramein’s lifelong vision of applied unified physics to create positive change in the world today is reflected in the mission of The Resonance Project Foundation. He shares the developments of his research through scientific publications and educational offerings through the Resonance Academy.
At 4:23, Nassim Haramein explains why he thinks we shouldn’t be building the Large Hadron Collider financed by 5 countries just to look for a God Particle. What an amazing approach! and sorry for the poor video quality.
The Higgs particle is the missing piece in the theory called the Standard Model. Nassim Haramein also had a different perspective at the Standard Model, and suggested instead a “holofractographic model.”
Prior to Nassim Haramein's holofractographic model, the source of all spin in the universe was unexplained other than to say that all spin started with the Big Bang and that everything in the universe has been spinning continuously in space-time since then due to the initial momentum gained in the Big Bang.
With Nassim Haramein's addition of torque and spin into Einstein’s field equations, he generates a new, much more coherent model that unifies the forces of spin, electromagnetism and gravity using the most foundational topology of space-time on all scales: the Torus
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