What is meant by The Large Hadron Collider and its purpose?
Its purpose is the re-create the conditions of the Big Bang. This may make the world a better place by improving environmental conditions.
This is a big a toroidal particle accelerator (27km in circumference at CERN Geneva) used for accelerating atomic and subatomic particles to very high velocities. Two series of experiments were completed. One is accelerating protons and making them smashing into one another. They achieved 99.99999% of the speed of light and smashing protons made them to find and confirm the existence of Higgs Boson. Second series Colliding Lead ions made the mini big bang recently. Third series of experiments are due to start soon. 2010-11-18
by Scott Mandrake8 years ago
After reading so much feedback on the global warming issue, I wondered if anyone had any thoughts on this Large Hadron Collider thing going on in Switzerland. Apparently they are trying to make little black holes...
by Jen King8 years ago
17 miles of particle smashing goodness.We're back in action after a year of repairs.Nerds rejoice
by Dmian7 years ago
The Large Hadron Collider just made a "mini big bang" What do you think about it?
by elisabeth reid9 years ago
Scientific progress or hype or playing with fire? Is it a waste of time and money or is there something important to be discovered from it?What do you think?
by quicksand5 years ago
Were Protons Accelerated To Reach The Speed Of Light In The Large Hadron Collider?A particle accelerated to reach the speed of light will begin to reduce in size when nearing the speed of light. According to this...
by Neil Radow2 years ago
Will run 2 of the Large Hadron Collider find evidence for String Theory?
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