State of the Art Technology to Observe The Universe
The physical structure at Cern is amazing and the research incredible.
When you look at the complexity of the physical layout of Cern and the magnitude of the research going on at Cern – be cognizant that the phenomena of AWARENESS is far more sophisticated, detailed and intricate.
AWARENESS is an area yet to be explored by scientists with the same intensity that some of the world’s best physicists and engineers are applying to advanced particle accelerators as a procedure to help solve age old questions about the universe — What is is made of? How did it start?
The Hayehwatha Institute provides programs to understand the phenomena of awareness itself by learning how to refine and expand awareness to see into the Universe and Beyond.
The Institute is located in Mount Shasta, California, home to an amazing mountain which, for reasons yet to be fully explained, allows one to see more clearly into the realms of awareness, consciousness, subtler realms of nature, other dimensions, spirituality – how ever you want to define these realities.
The Hayehwatha Institute needs to build a retreat center where people can devote more time (weekends, a week at a time, or even a month) to explore this phenomena of awareness, that is far more sophisticated that what has been built at CERN. The location of Mount Shasta along with the programs offered by the Hayehwatha Institute provide the ideal setting to observe and understand the importance and usefulness of AWARENESS.
The Hayehwatha Institute is looking for those individuals who appreciate and value the exploration of awareness to better understand the Universe; it’s history, environment and connections to humankind.
Google Maps Street View allowing anyone, anywhere in the world to take a peek into its laboratories, control centers and its myriad underground tunnels housing cutting-edge experiments. Street View also lets scientists working on the experiments, who may be on the other side of the world, explore the equipment they’re using.
Here are some photos with more information:
This is the Large Hadron Collider. The LHC beauty experiment will shed light on why we live in a universe that appears to be composed almost entirely of matter, but no antimatter. Learn more here.
This is the the 7000-tonne ATLAS detector. From a cavern 100 metres below a small Swiss village, it’s probing for fundamental particles including the Higgs Boson.
ALICE is a heavy-ion detector on the Large Hadron Collider ring. It’s designed to study the physics of strongly interacting matter at extreme energy densities, where a phase of matter called quark-gluon plasma forms.
The Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) is a general-purpose detector at the Large Hadron Collider. It’s designed to investigate a wide range of physics, including the search for the Higgs boson, extra dimensions, and particles that could make up dark matter.