Large Hadron Collider’s Magnetic Field May Attract Asteroids To Earth, Conspiracy Theorists Claim

Conspiracy theorists are claiming that the Large Hadron Collider’s strong magnetic fields may be powerful enough to pull asteroids from the sky, sending them plummeting toward Earth.

The Large Hadron Collider has been the source of concern for many conspiracy theorists, and other individuals that fear CERN is experimenting with substances that could prove fatal to the Earth. New claims state that new tests could release a massive magnetic field that has the capability of pulling large asteroids toward the Earth, according to the Mirror. However, informed scientists claim that the conspiracy theory is flawed, and the Large Hadron Collider simply cannot summon asteroids toward the planet.

Paranormal Crucible’s YouTube Channel sends a dire warning to anybody that views his videos, claiming that a portal is being created in space that could lead to the asteroid strike, causing a potential ice age.

“CERN is creating a portal in space in anticipation for this event they are creating rumours of an asteroid strike when really they are not sure of the implications when cern removes the veil bet above and bel what might come out of that portal.”

Scientists are brushing off the conspiracy claims, reassuring that every known measure has been taken to ensure the Large Hadron Collider is safe to use and will not bring forth a doomsday scenario.

Other conspiracy theorists have claimed that the Large Hadron Collider has created miniature black holes that are capable of consuming the Earth and everything on it, according to Yahoo News. Diagrams released by CERN have shown small black blobs within the images, leading conspiracy theorists to come to the black hole conclusion. However, CERN has stated that they would share any such findings with the public. Even if a small black hole formed, it pose little to no danger.

“Any ‘micro black holes’ produced would be tiny, and decay rapidly, CERN says — and would be announced officially by CERN, rather than ‘found’ as a blotch on a diagram.”

Despite constant claims by trained scientists, the conspiracy theories are never ending in regards to the potential doomsday CERN and the Larger Hadron Collider may let loose upon the Earth. UFO Sightings Daily has summed the potential danger up in a comical manner.

“You ever see a child playing with a priceless Ming vase? The child is CERN, and the vase…is Earth.”

What are your thoughts on CERN and the Large Hadron Collider?

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