Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 10 April 2024

What kept them? Number 6,509,354: Harvard professor claims that UFOs could have travelled to Earth via ‘extra dimensions’ that CERN scientists are trying to unlock

The US government has yet to unravel the mysterious sightings of UFOs soaring through our skies, but a Harvard professor believes the answer may sit 300 feet below the surface.

Avi Loeb, known for his efforts to prove we are not alone, has claimed that extraterrestrial visitors are travelling through hidden dimensions created by researchers at the CERN particle accelerator are seeking.

The accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), blasts particles are nearly the speed of light to recreate conditions of the Big Bang, with hopes of uncovering  hidden dimensions that will reveal how our universe formed.

Speaking in a new documentary, Loeb said that alien civilizations may have been developing dimension-hopping technology for billions of years.

The physicist also noted that extraterrestrials are using theoretical quantum gravity engineering to travel through ‘curled’ dimensions that humans can only detect in particle accelerators such as CERN.

The Harvard scientist said in the documentary ‘The Paranormal UFO Connection’ that if alien technology is able to reach our doorstep, we would be awe-struck because it would represent something we don’t possess.

‘Just like a cave dweller coming to a city like London or Europe, and seeing all the technological gadgets there,’ said Loeb.

‘There will be a sense of religious awe, and we wouldn’t understand it, especially if we are dealing with the effects of quantum gravity that we have any clue about.’

Loeb said that travelling through extra-spatial dimensions would mean the chance of collisions would be ‘much smaller.’

Scientists at CERN have attempted to detect six ‘extra spatial’ dimensions, and look for particular particles as evidence that such dimensions exist.

The underground LHC is located at the border of France and Switzerland and first went live on September 10, 2008.

In 2012, scientists used it to discover the Higgs boson or God particle, which was a missing piece in the jigsaw for physicists in trying to understand how the universe works.

‘Quantum mechanics was discovered exactly a century ago. And all the most sophisticated technologies we currently employ, such as the Internet, artificial intelligence, and so forth, rely on our understanding of quantum mechanics,’ Loeb explained.

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