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BREAKING: Large Hadron Collider Shutting Down, To Go “Idle”


A lot of people have a lot of different theories on CERN and their particle colliders…

We previously reported how certain particle collision experiments were allegedly aimed at opening up a ‘portal‘; others claim that we have experienced some sort of time shift due to these particle experiments.

Personally, I am not so sure we have experienced some sort of time shift, but the theory of particle non-locality does hold weight—it’s a serious theory.

My point is that we aren’t sure what these experiments are capable of at this point. They could potentially be screwing things up in ways we cannot even fathom or imagine.

According to recent reports, CERN is considering shutting down many of its particle colliders due to massive electricity consumption…

Massive electricity consumption that Europe can no longer afford due to the conflict with Russia.

While this is the reason they give, could it be that there is another more clandestine reason for shutting these particle accelerators and colliders down?

Is it possible that the people at CERN have, in fact, made some extremely disconcerting discoveries about their operations and the effects?

Here’s what we currently know:

Daily Mail tells readers:

At peak operation, CERN uses nearly nearly 200 megawatts of power – a third as much energy as the city of Geneva – making it one of France’s largest energy consumers.

The proposal is to shut down most of the eight CERN particle accelerators during periods of peak demand, to lower its energy consumption by 25 per cent.


According to The Epoch Times:

French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne raised the possibility of rotating two-hour power cuts in a recent interview, The Associated Press reported.

She blamed the power crisis on the war in Ukraine and the planned shutdown of about half of the country’s nuclear reactors.


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