UFOs at the LHC Causing Disturbances

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So, as I’m sipping my morning coffee, I stumble across an article from New Scientist about High-energy LHC plans thwarted by UFOs and electron clouds. 

I just about spit my coffee all over my keyboard.  Did CERN just discover a Stargate?  Are we going to finally be invaded by aliens?…not that it was anything I ever daydreamed about…

As soon as you get past the “clickbait” aspect of the title, what we learn is that no, UFOs haven’t invaded.  I’m sure we would have heard about it by now.  And I don’t think we’d last that long.  No, what we learn is that the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) at CERN is trying to push the limits of what has to be the biggest physics project in the world.  They’re trying to apply “maximum chicken!” to that massive and glorious machine to gather deeper levels of physics data. 

So where does the UFO fit in?  Basically, as they try to push into “Maximum Overdrive” (classic Stephen King movie reference), interference, in the form of microscopic dust particles and electrons created by ionized gas, is getting in the way of reaching the next level.   It’s like riding a Hayabusa motorcycle through a hailstorm.  The science superheroes running this thing call the interference “UFOs” (unidentified falling objects). 

Delays and UFO conspiracies aside, the experiment will happen and we will discover even more amazing things about the world we live in.  And then maybe, just maybe, we’ll actually create a stargate.

Make sure to check out New Scientist.  The original article here

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Andrew Bliss is an award winning film maker and photographer with experience in writing, directing, producing, editing, and visual effects. He has lived all over the world including Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Italy. He is a first generation Indonesian and a second generation Fin. He has over six years experience as a US Navy broadcast journalist. While in the Navy, he graduated top of his class, won several awards for his work in Europe and Africa, managed Marines at Combat Camera at the Pentagon, and produced a feature film. The film was produced in Italy while on active duty.Prior to serving in the Navy, Andrew was a professional martial artist with numerous awards including Athlete of the Year (1999), International Champion (two years in a row), and was the first competitor to place first in seven events in international competition (two years in a row). He trained with the prestigious Beijing Wushu team and has over ten years experience as a coach and mentor.After serving in the Navy, he taught for Apple, made several award winning short films, and earned a degree in Interactive Design. He is also an alumnus of the USC School of Cinematic Arts.