Stranger Things fans think Hadron Collider is a portal to the upside down world

If the anticipation and theories for the final installments of Stranger Things aren’t enough, brace yourself for the onslaught of online conspiracies from people who believe we’ve been transported to an alternate universe.

TikTok theorists have become obsessed with the topic after the European Organization for Nuclear Research – or CERN – announced it would resume research using the Large Hadron Collider, a machine designed to study the structure of the universe.

As “Stranger Things” breaks streaming records on Netflix, the LHC in Geneva, Switzerland, is breaking records for the most energetic particle collisions ever conducted in hopes of leading to new discoveries.

CERN turned on the LHC on Tuesday after a three-year maintenance and upgrade hiatus, and let it run continuously at record-breaking energy levels for the next four years to continue studying particles in hopes of learning more about how the Universe formed.

However, some people are more concerned that scientific discoveries in the 16.8-mile collider have opened a portal to an alternate universe, or a gateway to Hell — and TikTokers are going to town with wild theories about the new discoveries and the LHC.

The LHC became operational on September 10, 2008.
The LHC became operational on September 10, 2008.
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“This portal opens a gateway to the future,” TikTok user @rxzesxo surmised, claiming “now” is the time to manifest his future.

“Nothing happened. There was a change in timing. Wait and see the upcoming changes for those that have manifested,” she says.

“Many people ignore how serious the CERN Hadron Collider agenda really is. It’s not like beings pop out of a portal and instantly kill everyone. That’s not how satanic rituals work,” another concerned person wrote on Twitter. “The ramifications of what happened yesterday will unfold in the coming months.”

While some think it’s a real-life “Stranger Things” storyline, others think everyone needs to pause streaming for now.

“I’m sure 11 will be able to shut down any portal that pops up,” one said, while another echoed, “Real-life stranger things.”

“You’ve all observed too much stranger things,” laughed another.

Although we haven’t been transported to another dimension yet, scientists at CERN said they discovered three subatomic particles on Tuesday that could potentially help uncover part of the history of the universe.

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Emma Bowman

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