CERN Already Proposing Time Travel Possible With New Findings

Powerful "skytracer" floodlights light up the 27-kilometre ring of the Large Hadron Collider of the CERN, European Organization for Nuclear Research, in Geneva, Switzerland.
On the heels of reports that the CERN laboratory in Geneva, Switzerland had discovered particles called neutrinos travelling at speeds faster than light, the physicists there are already happily talking to the media about what these new findings might mean for humanity.  One of the most notable possibilities that they are discussing is the advent of time travel that could come as result of these groundbreaking findings.  Jeff Forshaw, a professor of particle physics at Britain’s Manchester University, told the Reuters news service that this makes possible the idea of “sending information into the past.”  That sounds like opening the cosmic door for time travel to us here at Common Sense Conspiracy.

Read more: Time Travel Possible With Faster Than Light Particles Revealed.

This could be a revolution in physics like never before seen in humanity, and yet, it is only meagerly reported in the media.  The scientists at CERN seem more than happy to talk about their impressive findings, but the appetite of the media seems less than excited.  What do you think?

 

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