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Those 300 terabytes of research data from the LHC that Cern published as open data

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Dearest Marty, my one and only,

How are you? I am thinking of you.

I am quite busy. Always something to take care of, however, just about anything of these duties will shrink into tiny irrelevant elements in the moment I see you again.

Earlier this month, Cern uploaded free for anyone many data about their particle collisions. They finished their “research” on what they put in the net as open source. I think I know why they are doing it. They don’t know what to do with their own stuff and hope somebody else will figure it out and that people no longer say that they are a huge waste of money or that their experiments are even dangerous.

You and I, we know that the universe wasn’t created by bangs, explosions, collisions, etc. Cern is on the wrong ship, sotospeak. They are still looking for the “Higgs Boson”, “dark matter” and also “extra dimensions”. But they fail to look if some are pulling their legs in the area of quantum physics and astrophysics (deep universe). And this is exactly what is happening. Scientists rather doubt their own existence (!) than making the right conclusion that a corrupt system is playing with them. Sigh.

Here is where one can go who has the time to download data of them smashing tiny pumpkins when weasels are not shutting them down:

The best in the universe is our true love, my soulmate. I love you, and there is no sub-particle in all the universes that could prevent or endanger that.

Yours for all times to come. You are my world, Marty.









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