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"The feeling that most people have is this can't be right, this can't be real," said James Gillies, a spokesman for the European Organization for Nuclear Research. The organization, known as CERN, hosted part of the experiment, which is unrelated to the massive $10 billionLarge Hadron Collider also located at the site.
Gillies told The Associated Press that the readings have so astounded researchers that they are asking others to independently verify the measurements before claiming an actual discovery.
"They are inviting the broader physics community to look at what they've done and really scrutinize it in great detail, and ideally for someone elsewhere in the world to repeat the measurements," he said Thursday.
Scientists at the competing Fermilab in Chicago have promised to start such work immediately.
"It's a shock," said Fermilab head theoretician Stephen Parke, who was not part of the research in Geneva. "It's going to cause us problems, no doubt about that — if it's true."
Is the world of Physics dieing before our eyes? Physics as we know it is the Klippah of Darkness, which is rooted in the seat of the long unfinished business we have with Galus Yavan (Greece). The Midrash says the Darkness mentioned in the Torah on the deepest level, is the darkness of the Galus Yavan. In the battle of the geulah of Chanuka, all that was missing was the Mem Alef א'מ combo as was found in earlier redemptions: Mitzrayim (Moshe and Ahron) and Purim (mordechai and Esther). The Maharal says the final redemption will include the final Mem Alef, Moshiach Eliyahu, which the commentators have said, will be the missing Geulah Shleimah aspect of Chanukah. Chanukah has been a struggle through time, testing the Emunah of the Jewish People, to see if they can find Hashem in the universe, namely an atheist universe.
In these days,hashem and Moshiach is not to be found, and people are losing Hope. Perhaps Hashem is unleashing His real Darkness, to shroud the eyes of the atheist, introducing a darkness even greater than was in Mitzrayim. The Ramchal says, that the redemption will be greater than the days of Mitzrayim, and that in The End of Days, there will be total darkness before there can be Light, as one Malchus (kingship) can not infringe upon another.
Let the atheism of Yavan die already and their physics that will always measure short to the Truth of The Torah. As the Gra wrote in Kol Hator, Kabalah and science will one day join and show their achdus, and perhaps we are going through the death of science sheker (falsehood) that will lead to an "enlightened" universe.
If Science as we know it dies, perhaps scientists will open their minds for real: Geocentric reality? Torah science? Or to finally boldly go where no one has gone before: into Reality! Maybe this darkness will serve to usher in the Hidden Light that we have all yearned for for so long...A Light sewn for the righteous in the End of Days.
If anything less, add the plight of scientists to the other areas of darkness in the world...And maybe we are on the threshold of Geulah; if nothing else we will be living in a brand new universe, if not spiritually, then scientifically.
Unfortunately Scientists don't have the Ko-ach to start over, as what was the Madreiga of Esau? "I'm Tired!"
The Torah on the other hand, is just starting...and the words/science of Chazal are ready, present, and accounted for Sir.
Turkey called the wells an act of provocation, and Prime MinisterRecep Tayyip Erdogan said in a televised statement that Turkish “frigates, gunboats and its air force will constantly monitor developments in the area.” He later added that Turkey would start its own seismic exploration program in the area, the site of major natural gas deposits claimed largely by Israel.
Cyprus has been divided since 1974 into an internationally accepted Greek Cypriot south and a Turkish Cypriot north that is recognized only by Turkey. While the Greek Cypriots say the drilling is taking place south of the island, in their exclusive economic zone, Turkish officials do not accept the Greek Cypriots’ claims to the area.
“We have different attitudes for the region that they have declared as an exclusive economic region,” Mr. Erdogan said. “This is a disputed exclusive economic region, and we have earlier conveyed to them that taking such a step in this disputed region would be incorrect.”
This is the second time recently that Mr. Erdogan has vowed to send the Turkish Navy into an international dispute. Earlier this month, he said that Turkish naval vessels would escort aid ships headed to Gaza to avoid a repetition of a confrontation last year, when eight Turks and one Turkish-American were killed by Israeli commandos.
As we all know, Turkey has been threatening Israel ever since the fiasco at sea last May. People are wondering, why start up now a year later? The answer may lie within the situation with Cyprus, and it is over natural resources. Turkey wants to secure the treasure trove beneath the sea. Israel and Cyprus are moving quickly to secure the interests.
Why is this a geulah matter?
The answer may be quite simple. To moslems, they have their own version of Gog V' Magog, their's being comprised of many facets, but two of them in particular are the destruction of modern day Pakistan and the expanse of an Erev Rav state of Israel rapidly moving beyond the Biblical borders of Eretz Yisrael.
The most essential Biblical Border we have here in Israel and priority number one is, from The Red Sea up to The Sea of Gallilee over to the Med. Sea and down Sinai back into The Red Sea.
This minimalist view is the requirement of Messianic fulfillment going back to one simple premise: Biblical Eretz Yisrael was never fully conquered. King David had moved on to Syria before securing the Land. At the time The "Tzvi" aspect of Eretz Tzvi, ie. a stretching land in Kedusha was limited from growth, and it became the flagship mission of Jews to first and foremost secure "Absolute Eretz Yisrael."
Gog V' Magog of the Muslims is to prevent Erev Rav Jews from breaching their borders, and this is largely the movement of what they invented out of this scenario that is called, "Palestine." A Palestinian State would serve as a buffer to keep the Jews from breaching their boundary into non-Jewish Eretz Yisrael.
Yes there are views of greater expanse, Euphrates and such, but to learn the sources to the letter of the law with a blend of consistency and diligence combined with a sense of logic and history, one must conclude that the essential borders must be secured first. At that time, and the Messianic time, expanse will begin, with a Beis Hamikdash present in the Land, Syria will take her claim as quasi Kadosh, as that was where King David first ventured beyond the essential EY.
Bring in Turkey, and their half Muslim half Esau blood in them with their Amalek rooted Eastern origins, and they raise the final blow into Erev Rav ill advised expansion: Cyprus. As some opinions would have Cyprus included into EY, Turkey, would prevent such a trespass, and not coincidentally enough, would then be fulfilling their Gog V'Magog while possibly launching The Jewish great war of our Gog V'Magog.
As it says in Targum Yonaton: Ships of Kittim will come from "Turkey", and they will fall into the hands of Melech Moshiach.
Whatever the truth may be, Messianic scenarios are certainly present and accounted for. As Turkey is extra motivated on their end, as the Pakistan issue is the hottest topic that isn't being reported: as right now, America is trying to undermine Pakistan for regional positions of power. It is said that if you control Pakistan ( and eliminate their nukes) you have great Global control as Pakistan has tremendous strategic location, when you figure in India, Afghanistan, Europe, Israel, China, Russia, etc. Thus, conquering Pakistan for global domination is where a global power would want to be. Perhaps the Muslims knew this is what it would come down to for them, in conjunction with Erev Rav border breaching.
So is it a surprise then, that if the Muslims are seeing their End Times coming, that perhaps this is their push onto EY, kicking off all of our prophecies as well? They see Esau and Erev Rav, who himself is a Klippah of Esau,and what does the Talmud say?
Pras (malchus of Ishmael) will fall into the hands of Esau and Esau will fall into the hands of Pras.
Meanwhile as Klippah acts like Klippah, we are seeing the Jewish story play out, right here in Israel! We had a mission to conquer EY from day one. As Shir Hashirim says, if the Jews dont get the job done, the Klippot will be glad to help you! Only with much more pain and suffering!
If this is the true motives of Turkey, which with their coupled interests seemingly randomly interested in Cyprus, then maybe we have intense times to look forward to, from Hybrid evil incarnated friends in Turkey, who fits the description of the Vilna Gaon, in terms of what the world scene will look like in the End of Days, in particular with the Erev Rav.
No one likes the Erev Rav, not even Turkey...to the point that they are choosing to be the shaliach to kick off Gog V'Magog for the entire 70 nations of the world.
so be it.
Not only losing hope with Moshiach, science is in the same boat! They are looking for the God Particle while we look for Hashem and His Moshiach!
The Ramchal says before the Geulah one Malchus will not infringe upon another. Hence: Malchus Yavan falls (science) Malchus Yisroel rises (Moshiach)...a Chanuka Geulah Shleima, Beis HaMikdash Shlishi dedication? Everyone and everything is in place.
The Higgs Boson, the elusive particle underpinning physicists' theory of all matter, is running out of places to hide -- "if it exists" -- U.S. scientists say.
Physicists at the Large Hadron Collider near Geneva, Switzerland, including a number from the University of California, San Diego, have experimentally eliminated most of the range of masses the Higgs could have, leaving just a narrow range where the elusive particle might be found.
"If it exists, it has to be there," UCSD physicist Vivek Sharma said. "And if it's not there, it will be known to be science fiction by December."
Scientists are using the LHC to accelerate protons to almost the speed of light and smash them together, briefly recreating conditions that existed when the universe began.
It's at that instant that the Higgs boson, if it exists, should show itself and then quickly decay into more familiar particles and instruments record the collisions.
The scientists have ramped up the rate of collisions to gather more data.
"We are now entering a very exciting phase in the hunt for the Higgs boson," Sharma said. "One way or the other we are poised for a major discovery, likely by the end of this year."
There's probably no God (particle)
Don’t panic, we’re just talking about the Higgs boson
Published on September 12, 2011
During the International Europhysics Conference on High Energy Physics hosted in late-July at Grenoble, the latest data from the world’s most powerful particle accelerator was presented. After years of waiting for the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) to be built and brought up to operational levels, and after numerous frustrating technical setbacks, the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) was ready to present its first tenuous conclusions about the Higgs boson. It was there that they dropped the bombshell: CERN had effectively ruled out its probable existence with a 95 per cent certainty rate.
The Higgs boson, popularly known as the “god particle” because of its supposed role in endowing all everything in the universe with mass, has been furiously searched for since the postulation of its existence in 1964. The Standard Model predicts a menagerie of subatomic particles, of these, the Higgs boson is the only one yet to be confirmed. As a scientific theory, the Standard Model is the most thoroughly tested in all of human history. It successfully unites electromagnetism, the strong nuclear force that keeps atomic nuclei together, and the weak nuclear force that controls radioactive decay under one theoretical framework.
The Standard Model essentially says that all matter in the universe is composed of varying combinations of fundamental units called fermions of which there are two types: quarks and leptons. There are six flavours of quarks and leptons respectively, with antiparticles for each. The combination of these 24 different fermions is what gives rise to the matter in the universe. Particles such as protons are composite particles; those made from different quark combinations are collectively referred to as “hadrons”.
Another important part of the Standard Model is the idea that all of the forces we are familiar with, such as the electromagnetic radiation that makes up visible light and enables wireless internet, arise as the result of interactions between “force-carrying” bosons. This is where the Higgs boson fits into the picture: it is supposed to be the force carrying particle that “brings” mass into being.
Much of the theoretical work that goes into the Standard Model entails predicting the characteristics of these bosons. However, for any scientific prediction to be considered valid, it must survive the process of experimental verification. For the Standard Model, this requires that we demonstrate the existence of these theoretical particles. For most of these particles, under normal conditions, evidence of their existence cannot be observed. However, by providing high amounts of energy, these exotic particles can be created in a laboratory.
Unfortunately for Standard Model experimentalists, this requires building ever-larger and more expensive particle accelerators, which smash together hadrons at the speed of light. The LHC is the latest and greatest particle accelerator to date, and uses $100,000 worth of electricity to get beams of atoms moving one way or another around the 27 kilometer track just about 3 meters per second shy of the speed of light. These two beams are then smashed together, and scientists sort through the resulting hadron debris to figure out which particles were generated in conditions that have not existed since microseconds after the big bang. For the LHC, there are about 40,000 individual collisions per second, which makes for an awful lot of data to sift through.
Over the course of the past three years, the LHC created billions of collisions, each of which generates thousands of particles. The sheer volume of the data generated is daunting, to say the least. Even with the most sophisticated detectors ever created, it is extremely difficult to distinguish what is a true hadron detection and to do so requires thousands of hours of computation. The scientists at CERN have even started the LHC@home project, which uses the processing power of personal computers around the world to assist with these calculations.
Even with all that data generation and processing, the successful identification of an as-yet-undiscovered particle such as the Higgs boson can require years of continuous collisions, to allow the signal to rise up above the noise. For a new particle to be considered confirmed, it must pass the so called “5-sigma” rule, demonstrating a 99.99995 per cent likelihood that the observed results are not more easily explained by background noise.
Even with this commitment to statistical rigour, sometimes there can be anomalous signals within this noise. Earlier this year, a leak from CERN showed data that matched exactly what the Higgs boson would look like. However, as more data was collected, those promising conclusions faded into statistical insignificance.
It is in this conservative experimental context that the significance of the conference’s summaries can be fully appreciated. Discovering with 95 per cent confidence that the Higgs boson probably does not exist is practically the raison d’etre of the LHC, because after nearly 50 years of waiting, scientists finally had the ability to test a central tenet of the Standard Model against reality. Even though the Standard Model is the most viable theory thus far, new discoveries such as this show us that our fundamental understanding of the universe is incomplete.
In terms of the underlying physics involved, this non-discovery lends credence to other so-called “Higgsless” models. These theories include the idea of technicolour, which creates mass through a different (and more complicated) method than the Higgs boson. Other alternative theories include the possibility of inducing mass through an interaction with a fourth spatial dimension, or even a theory called “loop-quantum gravity”, which posits all of space-time as being made up of tiny quantized, interwoven, fuzzy loops, with the interaction of these loops giving rise to all the phenomenon in the universe, including mass.
Although this is an exciting discovery for physics, it is understandable if the enthusiasm is not contagious. To many, a project of this scale is simply a waste of resources. However, disproving the Higgs boson is equally as important as giving evidence for its existence. This new discovery opens the door to other untested and novel theories of the nature of the universe. Although these studies are admittedly esoteric, their findings have far-reaching consequences. The thing to keep in mind about pure research, such as this, is that it’s always unpredictable. The technology behind MRIs arose from research not intended for practical use; its existence was only made possible through pure, esoteric, scientific inquiry.
As we move into the future, the words of Socrates come to mind: “As for me, all I know is that I know nothing.” For all of its successes, the Standard Model is completely incompatible with general relativity, which accurately describes the structure of the universe at its largest scale. Even current “theories of everything” such as String Theory (which has the Standard Model built into it) are incapable of accounting for astronomically observed realities like dark matter and dark energy. The sea of our ignorance is vast; but with each discovery such as this, the shores of our limited knowledge expand ever so slightly.
There is an answer! its called Torah and Kabbalah!