Deep Red Auroras: Is CERN Cracking the Earth’s Protective Magnetosphere?


(Truthstream Media) According to research by YouTuber BPEarthWatch, “CERN is destroying Earth’s shields allowing radiation to pour in.”

If the analysis, as well as these animated magnetosphere charts which line up with figures taken from CERN’s own website, are correct – we are potentially in for some global consequences unlike anything ever witnessed by modern human civilization.

As BPEarthWatch has demonstrated multiple times before on his channel, when the scientists at CERN crank up their giant particle accelerator to peak power, the planet’s magnetosphere always begins reacting violently. This phenomenon occurred again just last week.

The magnetosphere is not fully understood by science, but its apparent protective barrier between the radiation effects of the Sun is obviously crucial to life on planet Earth.

Via Wikipedia: A magnetosphere is the region of space surrounding an astronomical object in which charged particles are controlled by that object’s magnetic field. Near the surface of many astronomical objects, the magnetic field resembles that of a dipole. Farther away from the surface, the field lines can be significantly distorted by the flow of electrically conducting plasma edited from a nearby star (e.g. the solar wind form the Sun).

While the fluctuating activities of the sun, including sunspots, solar flares and coronal mass ejections, are known to cause distortions in the magnetosphere, it seems obvious that the activities of man shouldn’t – but what if they are?

BPEarthWatch points out that while there was a solar wind entering the atmosphere reportedly through an otherwise unexplained crack in the magnetosphere, and resulting geomagnetic storms, solar activity was actually very low last week, with a space weather forecast of almost no chance of flares at the time the magnetosphere began distorting.

So what explains it? Official space weather forecasters simply don’t seem to know. BPEarthWatch has a theory…

The atom-smashing Large Hardron Collider at CERN is the largest machine on Earth, and lately scientists there have been cranking it up higher and higher, intensifying runs. (They are set to crank it up to the highest power they ever have later this month on Sept. 23 and 24.) According to CERN’s official website, “All the magnets on the LHC are electromagnets. The main dipoles generate powerful 8.4 tesla magnetic fields – more than 100,000 times more powerful than the Earth’s magnetic field.” [emphasis added]

Why are the rest of us supposed to casually believe running this thing at higher and higher and higher power won’t have some overall effect on the planet? CERN scientists are admittedly experimenting with forces they don’t even fully understand ‘to reveal the secrets of the universe’.

In addition, people all over the world subsequently reported abnormal, blood red auroras in the night sky last week.

The red auroras are apparently also “not fully understood” and “at present, space weather forecasters cannot predict when this will occur.”

BPEarthWatch says, “Well let me help you out space weather forecasters…watch when CERN peaks out, especially when the sun is at low power.”

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