You probably didn’t feel a jolt when a bunch of atoms were hurled down a tube at the speed of light – or thereabouts – and another bunch were hurled down the same tube in the opposite direction. But Gaia did, of that you can be sure.
When they smashed into each other at the Large Haladron Collider near Zurich, Switzerland, a magni-elelctro shock was created that rippled around the World. Subterranean rock fissures underwent further fragmentation. Volcanic activity, already partially activated by HAARP, received a further jolt, sending energetic pulses along fault lines beneath the Earth’s crust. Animals went on alert and the plant kingdom stiffened into its defensive mode. The magnetosphere trembled in alarm.
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