CERN Success

Inside the LHC
CERN have collided two particles in their Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in the first successful experiment to mimic the initial conditions which created the universe and continue their search for the elusive Higg's Bosum, or God particle. Two protons smashed together, both close to the speed of light, earlier today releasing considerable energy. The results of the experiment will take a long time to be analysed and many more experiments are planned before conclusions can be drawn. But, the world will listen when CERN reveal the secrets of the universe as the repercussions could be massive for all of us. The BBC have an excellent guide to the LHC. Click here to visit. To see our previous article on the LHC, click here.


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