Tuesday, November 24, 2009

First collisions occured at Large Hadron Collider CERN

Today at the LHC-CERN the first flux of particle crushed into each other and the world still remained intact. The debut experiments subsided the world wide rumors that the accelerator might create blackholes into which the planet and univers will collapse, and that it is sabotaged from the future. The LHC circulated two proton beams for a low-energy collision experiment in the 27 km tunnel located beneath the border between Switzerland and France. Some purposes of the $10 billion projects are the search and discovery of never before seen particles and the explanation of new properties of the nature. The most searched particle is the Higgs boson which is supposed to give mass to the matter.


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