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SS: watching this video i learned of a new particle physics phenomena called the Quark-Gluon Plasma .. the scientist in the video describes this “special state of matter” as unusual properties that is flows like a liquid with no internal resistance”….that “this is a very profound property of nature they are trying to understand”. great…guess what… before any collides were ever built i personally u have described an etheric hyper-dimension that is viscous (flows) like water with no viscosity (friction) . this scientist described the hydro-mechanical ether’s properties is what they call the ‘Quark-Gluon Plasma’…

SS: the etheric is waterery and frictionless because it is the medium in which the super-strings oscillate…once an oscillation starts oscillating in the etheric it will stay oscillating forever unless another oscillation cancels its. i have been describing this for years and this theory can be found in my Obama Catatrophes book as well as several research blogs. once again physics has proved another of my theories.

SS: he says they are studying quake gluon plasma to ordinary matter. i have already been through this regarding the Higgs Bosun Field (although i will have more soon).. i’m not going to venture deeper into my theories about this atm more than what i have already gone over in other blogs…. however i will say that more is coming soon.

Physicists replicate the Big Bang Published on Mar 12, 2015 Berkeley physicist Peter Jacobs explains how the ALICE experiment lets scientists look back to the Big Bang and study the properties of matter in its most primitive form. Learn more at http://uslhc.web.cern.ch/ Image credits: Visualisations of matter: Tom Abel, Ralf Kaehler and John Wise (SLAC) Sun surface explosion: NASA Silver water ripples: Universal Pops/Flicker (Creative Commons)

A quark–gluon plasma (QGP) or quark soup[1] is a phase of quantum chromodynamics (QCD) which is hypothesized to exist at extremely high temperature, density, or both temperature and density. This phase is thought to consist of asymptotically free quarks and gluons, which are several of the basic building blocks of matter.[citation needed]. It is believed that up to a few milliseconds after the Big Bang the Universe was in a quark–gluon plasma state.

Amped-Up Atom Smasher Will Look For New Particles, Dark Matter. After a two-year break, the Large Hadron Collider at CERN is ready to restart operations at nearly twice the energy. (Daniel Dominguez/CERN)

This composite image of the Large Hadron Collider was created by a 3D artist. The beam pipes are represented as clear tubes, with counter-rotating proton beams shown in red and blue. (Daniel Dominguez/CERN)

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