Did Protons In The Large Hadron Collider Higgs-Bosun GOD-Particle Experiment Trace A Perfect Circle?
The mechanism that governs the functions of the Large Hadron Collider involves 930 electromagnets placed equidistant from one another lining the inner walls of the LHC. That is indicative that the sub atomic particles in the Higgs-Bosun experiment would have traced the path of a multi sided geometric figure of 930 sides. The design of the experiment requires that protons caused to accelerate to 99.9999991% the speed of light need to follow the path of a perfect circle. In the quest for the GOD particle what technology did the CERN physicists adopt in the proton accelerator to enable this?
No idea about how they done it. As far as they don't make any war heads can invent any new technology
I think the answer you might be looking for is cryogenic technology. Because in the last stage before the protons enter the accelerator ring, they are super cooled to give them more velocity to reach near the speed of light. Here is a link to an excellent animation that explains the entire process from beginning to end.
http://www.snotr.com/video/3393/Large_H … es_it_work
Even if I'm not correct, you should still veiw this video.
Greetings, PeoplePower73, thanks for responding. Thanks for the link too. While checking out that video, many other questions too arise. Of course the layman will be inclined to think that the isolated proton faithfully follows a path set for it!
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