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#1 nootelepat

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Posted 26 June 2020 - 04:08 AM

      STONEHENGE, Christianity, and the Large hadron Collider.

           Traces of the secret activities of Freemasons ???

 

LHC@Home is a distributed computing platform created by CERN scientists to help develop and operate the Large hadron Collider. LHC@Home has several projects with different goals.
The ATLAS@Home computer network simulates particle collisions in the detector of the same name. This array of detectors helps in the search for new elementary particles that will allow us to learn more about dark matter and other dimensions. Scientists suggest that the discovery of such particles can radically change the current understanding of physics.

 

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This is ATLAS (a Toroidal LHC ApparatuS) - a proton-proton collision detector with a diameter of 25 meters and a weight of 7,000 tons. The one where events are modeled on thousands of home computers as part of the ATLAS@Home program.
I believe that "scientists" did clever computer "calculations" of its DESIGN !
And the result of these calculations - THE same as the builders of Stonehenge, and the masons who built Christian churches !!!
The structural SIMILARITY of these structures is simply "striking" !
 

MASONIC scientists also DESIGNED the Large hadron Collider ?!



#2 nootelepat

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Posted 26 June 2020 - 04:16 AM

                   UNIT-CIRCLE.

 

Unit circle — a circle with radius 1 and center at the origin.
The concept of a unit circle is generalized to an n-dimensional space (n > 2), in which case we speak of a "unit sphere".
For the coordinates of all points on the circle, according to the Pythagorean theorem, the equality holds
x (to the power of 2) + y (to the power of 2) = 1.
 

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So using" Masonic mathematics "and" simulated " particle collisions in the ATLAS detector of the Large hadron Collider !!!



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Posted 26 June 2020 - 04:22 AM

     A FANTASTIC COINCIDENCE !!!
 
Atlas detector (a Toroidal LHC ApparatuS) -- modeled after the dome of a temple ?!
Or is the temple modeled on a proton-proton collision detector ???

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#4 VictorMedvil

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Posted 26 June 2020 - 04:46 AM

      STONEHENGE, Christianity, and the Large hadron Collider.

           Traces of the secret activities of Freemasons ???

 

LHC@Home is a distributed computing platform created by CERN scientists to help develop and operate the Large hadron Collider. LHC@Home has several projects with different goals.
The ATLAS@Home computer network simulates particle collisions in the detector of the same name. This array of detectors helps in the search for new elementary particles that will allow us to learn more about dark matter and other dimensions. Scientists suggest that the discovery of such particles can radically change the current understanding of physics.

 

e9f7747eed74.png

 

 

 

 

This is ATLAS (a Toroidal LHC ApparatuS) - a proton-proton collision detector with a diameter of 25 meters and a weight of 7,000 tons. The one where events are modeled on thousands of home computers as part of the ATLAS@Home program.
I believe that "scientists" did clever computer "calculations" of its DESIGN !
And the result of these calculations - THE same as the builders of Stonehenge, and the masons who built Christian churches !!!
The structural SIMILARITY of these structures is simply "striking" !
 

MASONIC scientists also DESIGNED the Large hadron Collider ?!

I don't know how this is possible but you have reached a level beyond crackpottery, seek psychiatric help.





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