Dec 8, 2012


Posted by in categories: existential risks, particle physics

Please, Dear CERN:

Stop for just two weeks ahead of schedule and the whole planet will applaud.

Everyone is vaguely aware that there exists a 4 years old new result that totally upsets the properties of black holes – the little monsters that CERN is attempting to produce every day.

CERN’s sensors cannot detect them by design, but the first slow enough specimen to stay inside earth will shrink the latter to 2 cm in a few years’ time. No specialist on the planet contradicts my Telemach theorem, published in the African Journal of Mathematics.

The media know that CERN refuses to update its official safety report and its safety page for 4 years – because the named danger would have had to be mentioned for once. Acting while keeping silent is the strategy chosen by Director Rolf Heuer.

Today I am not criticizing him – he no doubt acts in subjective good faith. But I herewith publicly ask him for a Christmas present to the world: JUST TWO WEEKS!!!

Thank you very much.


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  1. José Raeiro says:

    Hi guys!

    I’d like to pose a simple question. Given the presence of a self-sustainable space arc which could safeguard n-humans, would or would it not add to the probability of someone carrying out the plan of by means of weaponry wipe all Humanity (except for the ark-dwellers), while watching the whole process from the Ark, just to come down when things are OK. Then, this Elite could run over the show. Won’t the odds go up for such an event?

  2. Otto E. Rossler says:

    There actually exists a sci-fi story, published in 2008 by Wolfgang Tschauder, in which CERN is part of a conspiracy trying to replace earth by a new one.
    We should not make jokes about Armageddon though.
    But then there are the billions of people who are still denied the most basic human rights (which Lampsacus Hometown on the Internet would have guaranteed to them). I had no time to talk about this in the past two years of CERN’s almost daily upgradings, but my first paper published on the danger in July 2008, titled “A rational and moral and spiritual dilemma,” addressed CERN’s duty to help found Lampsacus hometown — in continuation of the present of the Internet which CERN had already made to the planet.
    Thank you for your colorful response.

  3. Otto E. Rossler says:

    Should I add that I today encouraged Professor Rolf Heuer, the responsible director-general of CERN’s, to answer the above kind request made in view of the approaching holy days.

  4. Stephen says:

    Black holes of the mass that CERN is capable, theoretically, of producing would decay via Hawking radiation far before they could pose any danger to the Earth. This fear is completely unfounded.

  5. Otto E. Rossler says:

    Dear Stephen: CERN’s refusal to update is the reason that you were misled into sticking to this falsified belief. But thank you very much for having spoken up. Perhaps the hiding scientific friends of Stephen Hawking’s will thereby realize that they did him no good service. I have good friends who are too close to him to enter the cauldron which I perfectly understand. But so much more am I grateful for your having re-opened the issue.

  6. Otto E. Rossler says:

    I was astonished to learn this morning that Stephen Hawking just received 3 Million Dollars “for the discovery of Hawking radiation…“
    Everyone is happy with him for the gesture, but now he also cannot help but explain why he still believes in Hawking radiation if this is the case.
    The planet is curious to learn about a first official explanation of the risk taken by CERN.

  7. Otto E. Rossler says:

    The German head of state, Reverend Joachim Gauck, just wrote — with date of December 10 — the following explicit support for CERN:

    “Um Verständnis bitte ich zugleich dafür, dass auch Bundespräsident Gauck — wie schon seine Vorgänger vor ihm — Ihrem Anliegen, Einfluss auf die am CERN durchgeführten Teilchenexperimente zu nehmen, nicht entsprechen kann.”

  8. Otto E. Rossler says:

    Accepting money for a disproved theorem is problematical; insofar I am grateful to the “Fundamental Physics Prize Foundation” that they forced a scientific debate about the truth or falsity of Hawking radiation.

  9. Otto E. Rossler says:

    Let me add that the word “deception” would not apply to Stephen Hawking himself who has every excuse for keeping silent, but to the scientific community around him which refused to respond to the disproof of his theorem (implicit in the Telemach theorem and its precursor).
    The pressure exerted by CERN on Professor Hawking to agree to its policy of non-updating its “safety report” and safety page of early 2008 up until today, is the real reason for the embarassment.
    Hawking always loved CERN and therefore did them the favor not to reply. As my 2008 paper “A rational and moral and spiritual dilemma” shows, I also always loved CERN. So Stephen and I are both victims of CERN’s subsequent fraudulent policy.