We know mainstream science has been reporting more and more in recent years that the Earth’s magnetic field is not only weakening, but it is getting weaker at a faster and faster rate. At present, researchers claim they are not sure why this is happening.
More people are starting to question CERN’s role. Is CERN’s Large Hadron Collider, the largest machine on earth which is covered in electromagnets and whose dipoles generate 8.3 tesla magnetic fields – more than 100,000 times more powerful than the Earth’s magnetic field – to blame?
Is CERN affecting the planet’s magnetic field (which, in turn, literally affects us all, not the least of which by how it interacts with many of the functions of our pineal, or “master,” glands)?
Think about it.
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