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Spiritually Sensitive Folks Are Complaining about Their Energy Changes Due to CERN

Exemplore logo Exemplore 8/11/2022 Diana Logan
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And here I thought it was just allergies.

Conspiracy theorists have been obsessed with The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) for years, despite the fact that the organization itself has been in existence since the 1950s, and most of its work has been uncontroversial (such as the development of the World Wide Web.) Indeed, when you see folks social media complaining about “CERN being turned on” what they are really discussing is the Large Hadron Collider, which was built in the 2000s and first began operations in 2012. This particle collider caused a massive outcry when it was first operated, and after coming back online after being down for a few years due to repair, has got folks talking again. 

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In the video, a woman claims that the energy disruption caused by the collider may cause any of the following symptoms in “spiritually sensitive” people: ringing in the ears, headaches, nausea, anxiety, loss of appetite, sleep disruption, and pains in the neck. And here I thought that was just a factor of living here in 2022!

In the comments, other people discuss their uneasiness ever since the Collider resumed operations (though one wonders if they noticed the last time it went offline). But if you need something to blame for the free-floating dread you feel, why not a giant piece of machinery halfway around the world?

In truth, the Large Hadron Collider only replicates particle interactions that happen all the time in our atmosphere, just under carefully controlled circumstances so they can be observed by scientists. Cosmic rays and particles of all types bombard the Earth, but it is difficult for humans to observe what is actually happening without devices such as the LHC. 

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