Get to Know the Large Hadron Collider and Take a Glimpse at Its Future
“The Large Hadron Collider is taking a two year break to undergo vital upgrades that will empower the next phase of groundbreaking research.
Built between 1998 and 2008, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is both the most powerful particle accelerator and the largest machine in the world. Situated underground between the border of France and Sweden, the LHC has been responsible for some of the most vital research in particle physics in modern history. A recent feature by The New York Times highlights the history of the record-holding project and offers a stunning virtual tour of the massive machine…”
12 thoughts on “Get to Know the Large Hadron Collider and Take a Glimpse at Its Future”
John Herman Why evil?
I agree nothing good about this
Why on Earth are y’all assuming this is evil? Breaking down the universe, unraveling its mysteries, furthering our understanding of our (current) only reality. What’s evil about understanding? You’ve seen way too many movies. This thing isn’t going to be making black holes or superweapons.
John Herman engineering degree doesn’t equal absolute understanding of particle physics
So now they will be able to create the black hole that will swallow the earth.
david cooper There is no feasible way of the Large Hadron Collider to create a black hole with enough mass to avoid collapsing on itself for more than a millionth of a second or so. It’s impossible with our current technology
Thank you for saying it. Wait till they start the tacieieon race
How many collisions wanted in this collider is a matter of concern to get a required result .