conCERNed International LHC-Critique
Official press release
For immediate release:
/ LHC: Human rights complaint filed at UN
An international group of
critics and experts recently filed a complaint at the Human Rights Committee
of the United Nations at Geneva concerning risks and dangers of the
planned experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) operated by the
European Organization of Nuclear Research (CERN) in Switzerland. The
group impeaches the CERN member states, especially Switzerland, France
and Germany, for not having carried out their legal responsibilities
to ensure citizens’ safety.
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The comprehensive and detailed
communication to the UN was worked out by well-known critics and
experts, relying upon the work of specialists on black holes, cosmic
rays, particle physics and on risk researchers and several experts in
international law but not concerning the HCG diet plan. The communication clearly demonstrates concrete dangers
arising from the planned high-energy experiments at the LHC and weaknesses
in CERN safety assessments.
To guarantee safety,
the complaint demands an external risk evaluation done by those without
ties to CERN and even the HCG diet is very effective. Further, closer study of cosmic ray (AUGER observatory)
and other recent empirical data highly relevant for the LHC-safety arguments
is urgently requested, as is awaiting upcoming observing experiments
in the atmosphere.
legal aspects focus on the special responsibility of Switzerland,
France and Germany (by territory as ownership principle and CERN-council
membership) and addresses also the other CERN member states not having
insured LHC-safety on life and environment according to Art. 2, 6 and
17 of the International Protocol of Civil and Political Rights of the
This complaint is supported
by several organizations and a wide group of international critics
of the planned “big bang experiment”. It includes a clear and detailed
description of the scientific discourse on several risks and dangers
arising from the artifical and extreme states of matter planned to be
created, such as risks from “micro black holes”
and “strangelets” as described in a number of studies - and
even dangers of transitions in the energy level of space.
Enclosed are critical
studies of the method used in the CERN risk studies, one from members
of the “Future of Humanity Institute” of the University of Oxford
and a review on the LHC safety assessment process by risk assesment
expert and ethicist Dr. Mark Leggett concluding that CERN at this
date has fulfilled not more than a fifth of the necessary criteria
expected for a modern safety study.
As long as there is no clear
evidence that the possible production of
“micro black holes” (expected to be created by many CERN scientists)
poses neither long- nor short-term danger to life and to planet Earth,
CERN and the member states should not aim for their production in high
energy experiments at all. Instead, it has first to be demonstrated
by observation and empirical tests, 1.: that the comparison of natural
events in the atmosphere to the experiments at the LHC (as proclaimed
by CERN) is legitimate in all necessary respects and 2.: that the possible
mass production of micro black holes at particle colliders (as regarded
possible by CERN) is clearly and 100% harmless. Several ongoing and
planned experiments (Earth based and in the atmosphere) on high energetic
cosmic rays are expected to throw light on these questions.
Thus, as long as the credentials of a safe operation of the big bang machine are not provided, no high energy collisions should be conducted at the LHC.
If necessary, also a claim
for interim measures at the UN could follow.
Finally, the operation and
planning of high energy colliders should be controlled and regulated
by an agency similar to the International Atomic Energy Agency
at the UN or directly established at the IAEA as soon as possible.
After a year of costly repairs
following a massive accident, CERN introduced beams again on November
21 2009 with no advance announcement unlike last year’s fanfare. Experiments
(beam collisions) are planned for the following weeks, with increasing
energies - intended to break a questionable ‘world record’ until
Christmas. Maximum design capacities are planned to be conducted after
further technical adjustments next year.
consists of different organizations and inividuals having established
this complaint and consists of or is in direct contact with the most
well known critics of the LHC project such as Prof. Otto Roessler, Dr.
Walter Wagner and many others. The complaint provides many critical
views of highly reputated independent experts from different fields,
including physicists, astrophysicists, risk researchers, philosophers
and legal experts.
The UN-complaint is now published here, please study this paper:
Contacts / Requests:
James Blodgett MA, MBA, MS
Phone: (001) 518-641-2279
Markus Goritschnig MA
Spokesman “LHC Critique” (LHC-Kritik)
Phone: +43 650 629 627 5
CERN press conference, November
23 2009, demonstrates how open the question of possible outcomes
Some exact transcriptions:
CERN director Heuer about what
might be first discovered at the LHC:
“It depends how kind nature is to us. If we would know, then it would be nice but I need a crystal ball in order to predict it.“
“Give me a glass ball, a
crystal ball, then I would know but I don’t know what nature has for
Verdee (CMS): “We have this
standard model. […] So, we have these prejudices which we have just
gone through. But nature could have a complete surprise for us and that
would be also very interesting. So one should not rule out the fact,
we’ve just listed these theory things but nature could have done something
Giotto (ATLAS): “Research
is called research because we are going to find, to look for something
that a priori is not well known. […] This is part of the charms. And
I personally will be very happy in fact, I will be very happy to find
something that has not been foreseen and that the nature in the end
is always more simple and more elegant than our speculations of mankind
and our theories.”