Walter L. Wagner
THE OFFICIAL SITE FOR CITIZENS AGAINST THE LARGE HADRON COLLIDER
Citizens Against The Large Hadron Collider is a non-profit organization established for the purpose of using legal action to prevent the operation of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) until further safety tests are conducted.
The LHC is a particle accelerator located on the France/Switzerland border; it has been dubbed the largest, most expensive, most powerful experiment ever attempted, certainly dwarfing all particle colliders ever built before, both in terms of size and power.
Some experts fear that the risk of operating the LHC disproportionately outweighs anything science might gain from this experiment. It is not possible to know what the outcome of the experiment will be, but even CERN (the European Organization for Nuclear Research) scientists concede that there is a real possibility of creating destructive theoretical anomalies such as miniature black holes, strangelets and deSitter space transitions. These events have the potential to fundamentally alter matter and destroy our planet.
http://www.lhcdefense.org/Video:LHC may cause mini black hole and swallow earth, 1-4
June 07, 2008 — Nuclear Physicist Walter Wagner expresses his concerns and lawsuit to delay the turning on the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN. Earth may be in danger if the LHC proceeds without further investigation.
Otto Rössler was born in Berlin. At the age of 17, he became an amateur radio operator (DR 9KF). After considering becoming a monk, Rössler chose to major in medicine, with a speciality in immunology.
He was awarded his MD in 1966. Rössler then began his post doc at the Max Planck Institute for Behavioral Psychology, in Bavaria. In 1969, he started a visiting appointment at the Center for Theoretical Biology at SUNY-Buffalo. Later that year, he became Professor for Theoretical Biochemistry at the University of Tübingen. In 1976, he became a tenured University Docent. In 1994, he became Professor of Chemistry by decree.
Rössler has held visiting positions at the University of Guelph (Mathematics) in Canada, the Center for Nonlinear Studies of the University of California at Los Alamos, the University of Virginia (Chemical Engineering), the Technical University of Denmark (Theoretical Physics), and the Santa Fe Institute (Complexity Research) in New Mexico.In June 2008 Rössler emerged in the public eye  as a critics of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) proton collision experiment supervised by the European Organization for Nuclear Research in Geneva and was involved in a failed law suit to halt its start up.
Rössler has authored around 300 scientific papers in fields as wide-ranging as biogenesis, the origin of language, differentiable automata, chaotic attractors, endophysics, micro relativity, artificial universes, the hypertext encyclopedia, and world-changing technology.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otto_E._RoesslerHere are Dr Rössler’s unanswered questions from his Seven Reasons for Demanding an LHC Safety Conference with minor revisions by Dr Rössler, original paper at -
This paper was recently presented by Dr Rössler to more than two hundred participants of the 20th International Conference on Systems Research, Informatics and Cybernetics, July 24-30, 2008, in Baden-Baden, hosted by the IIAS, the International Institute for Advanced Studies. The conference participants and the IIAS publicly endorsed Dr Rössler's call for an LHC Safety Conference as soon as possible.Interview: Professor Otto Rössler Takes On The LHC
By Alan Gillis, August 12th 2008
---Video:Interview with Professor Otto E. Roessler about the Dangers at the CERN LHC, 1-7
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKKrr2GdglIInside Story - Cern's Big Bang test
April 01, 2010 — Another Big Bang experiment took place inside the world's biggest, most expensive and most powerful particle accelerator on the Swiss French border. It is seen as a beginning of understanding the origins of the universe. But what are the tangible benefits of such an experiment? Is it worth it?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZvowxSJHlOcCrossTalk on 'Big Bang': In Large Hadron Collider we trust?
April 28, 2010 — On this edition of Peter Lavelle's CrossTalk his guests are asked whether or not the Large Hadron Collider is safe.
Prof. Dr. Otto E. Rössler-The World Will End !?- Switzerland-"Hadron Collider" (in german)