Around 12:30 am (EDT) today, CERN, the world's larges super collider will go online and begin an experiment expected to create mini black holes. Some scientists have suggested that the experiment will turn CERN into a time machine, and as soon as it is turned on it will be surrounded by time travelers. For years it has been theorized that time travel can only occur to times in which time machines are present. In other words, we cannot travel back in time to an era where time machines had not been invented. If CERN proves to be the first time machine, then we should expect to see time travelers appear to witness the historic occasion. Since such a fundamental experiment that delves right into the source code of the Babylon Matrix has never been attempted, it may create surprises too strange for us even to imagine. As British scientist J.B.S Haldane said: "Reality is not only stranger than you think, it is stranger than you can think."