Swarm of 73 earthquakes hits Chateau d’Oex in Switzerland as CERN breaks new particule collision records


I don’t know if there is a link between the activity @ CERN and the earthquake swarm that is currently hitting Château d’Oex…

But it is strange, really strange!

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A swarm of earthquake hit Chateau d’Oex in Switzerland on July 1 2017. Is it linked to Cern enhanced actiity?

More than one hundred earthquakes are shaking Switzerland since the CERN ramp up over last 48 hours. Only today, about 73 earthquakes shook Château d’Oex, with a M4.2 quake that was felt over a large part of Switzerland.

Following the M4.2 earthquake, some people reported noises and booms after the shaking that lasted between 2 and 10 seconds depending on the location.

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The epicenter of the M4.2 earthquake that hit Chateau d’Oex on July 1, 2017.

On June 28, 2017, the CERN broke a new luminosity record for the LHC, in other words, the number of potential collisions per second and per unit of area.

Did this enhanced activity at CERN trigger this quake swarm?

The LHC, run by the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN), is the world’s largest and most powerful machine and used to collide particles at close to the speed of light in a bid to discover more about physics and the possibility of parallel universes.

Some have already hpothesized that new super high-energy experiments at the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LCH) could have been responsible for the huge earthquakes that struck in Italy in August and this month.

It looks like CERN is purposely trying to create a stargaze, but the planet will suffer earthquakes in their failures.

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  1. Why don’t you look up “post hoc non ergo propter hoc” before you write stuff like this? Oh, and also take a look at the global earthquake maps showing activity going up the faultline in Italy and toward Switzerland on a regular basis, ok? Just a thought…

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