Hadron Collider Facts

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Large Hadron Collider

The large Hadron Collider is a massive particle accelerator used by physicists to study the smallest known particles. Two beams of subatomic particles protons or lead ions will travel in opposite directions colliding the two beams head-on at very high energy. Some people are afraid that it will create strange matter which turns everything it touches into strange matter meaning everything, It is a very interesting and fascinating conversation starter and use of science and atoms.

CERN Hadron Collider

A lot of people are wondering about the HADRON COLLIDER, a particle accelerator with superlative accuracy and is it a scientific breakthrough? Actually the HADRON COLLIDER, also called the High Energy Density Particle accelerator or HEDP, is a research device that uses neutrons, protons and heavy ions to accelerate particles into high-energy beams that can be used for the detection of particles at incredibly high speeds.  SMH – the research here is amazing, long past the days of merely the Tesla Coil

Although it might sound a bit technical and complicated, it is actually a simple explanation as to what the HADRON COLLIDER is all about. The basic physics behind it is very simple. In simple terms, this particle accelerator is used to accelerate negatively charged protons, neutrons and even heavy ions, into high-energy beams of particles.

Now, when discussing the particle accelerator with a physicist, most people think that the particle accelerator is really just an elaborate name for a high energy particle accelerator. But in reality, the accelerator is so advanced and makes use of thousands of detectors which ensure the accurate measurement of the particle acceleration to the exclusion of any fluctuations. It can also be used to collide nuclei into extremely high speed beams which has been seen to be very useful in the scientific world.

Some of the most interesting facts about the HADRON COLLIDER is that it contains certain unique properties that allow it to reproduce results more accurately than any other particle accelerator. It is also one of the most efficient devices used by physicists to study the properties of the high energy beams. The HADRON COLLIDER, unlike other particle accelerators, is made up of several parts which allows scientists to study each part individually.

Another great fact about the HADRON COLLIDER is that it has the ability to produce particles that are extremely hard to obtain through other particle accelerators. In addition, the HADRON COLLIDER is able to prevent particles from entering into the detector.

One of the more interesting facts about the HADRON COLLIDER is that it is considered a super particle accelerator. However, a lot of theories still have to be clarified before scientists can determine whether the particle accelerator indeed exists or not. In addition, it has recently been discovered that the HADRON COLLIDER has the ability to work at extremely high energy levels.  People tend to wonder about if the collider can create a black hole and other things in the atmosphere.  Imagine the GIF on Tiktok or Twitter if you captured a black hole or something crazy related to Jupiter or Saturn

If there is anything else you might be interested in knowing about the HADRON COLLIDER, then you may want to read on about the facts that surround it, as it could be a breakthrough in particle physics that could spell the end of the future age of nuclear weapons. One of the best things about the HADRON COLLIDER is that it is very compact and is relatively easy to maintain as well.

If you are interested in learning more about the HADRON COLLIDER, then there are many sites online that can provide you with all the information you need about this particle accelerator. Plus, since it is located in Switzerland, there is a good chance that it is perfectly safe to use as well.

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Scientists at the Cern nuclear physics lab near Geneva are investigating whether a bizarre and unexpected new particle popped into existence during experiments at the Large Hadron Collider. from worldnews

Large Hadron Collider discovered two new particles from Futurology

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23 Comments on “Hadron Collider Facts”

  1. is it awsome?
    you think it’s a clever idea that all that what was it….. 6billion has gone on creating the end of our world? i think yeah it would be ace to find out what could possibly be found but at the planets expense? think they’ve gone abit to far and they need to spend some of that money on finding a relevent more effective and quicker way to feed clean water to places in poverty. i’m all for the science belief in the creation of the world. but i’m not for only giving 2 a month to a charity.

  2. you forget dany that the LHC will answer questions about so many things that it cold prove to be the most beniefical invention ever created. It could advance the scientific community to such a degree that poverty will be non-existent. There is no proof as to the rumours of creating a black whole, only hypotheses and guesses. your argu,ent is invalid.

  3. its ALMOST impossible that these black holes can devour the experiment, or Genva, or the Earth…

    correct me if Im wrong but Almost impossible in other words means – Possible…

    I dont think that doing experiments like this one is moraly correct, even if theres a 0.0000000000000000000000000000000001% chance of destroing the world,the chance is still there.
    one day science will destroy the mankind, and it will be thanks to curious bunch of scientists like these, that want to help everybody, but are willing to take that tiny chance of killing everybody in the process….

  4. is a .0000000000000000000000000001% of instant death no worth the ultimate answer to everything? The supreme and total knowledge of god and his tools?

    I think so

  5. actually the LHC would not solve poverty because in order to produce 1 gram of antimatter, CERN (the company) would need to spend 100 quadrillion dollars and run the antimatter factory for 100 billion years. (quote off wikipedia). using all the antimatter they have ever collected they have been able to light a lightbulb for 30 seconds… it is worth doing as there are so many things it can do as well as the anti matter and energys (big bang stuff), it would also prove many theorys thus giving us usable answers and ideas to problems we face now. end of the world my bumhole, The probability of the creation of strangelets decreases at higher energies. As the LHC operates at higher energies than the RHIC or the heavy ion programs of the 1980s and 1990s, NO ONE WAS WORRIED ABOUT THE END OF THE WORLD THEN!!

  6. noxxx,

    You are afraid of these minute chances of something going wrong and condemn science based solely on that. Congratulations, you’ve stripped our world of any medical and technological advancements we’ve made: no means of hunting/gathering, no cures for illnesses, no means of self-defence… Have you any knowledge of Physics? Are you in a better position to say that all of the more than capable minds collaborating on this project to say that it is wrong and that they should stop? Or are you merely jumping on another “doomsday” media scheme?

    …Think about it.

  7. Actually, according to documents found in Area 51, the Hadron Collider was first used in secret during the mid 80’s in San Fransisco. The results were recorded and became the 1984 phenomenon “Ride The Lightning” by Metallica…

  8. There is no chance of these experiments creating a black hole which will destroy the universe or even the world. None at all. Check Hawking’s work on the evaporation of micro black holes.

  9. just saw this link. thought would pop some info on. its impossible that a black hole will be created and devour the earth. the last guy is right. these collisions occur all the time around us. the collider is a laboratory version. it wont create a black hole

  10. i find it ridiculous that you can use the scientific theory that anything is possible, such as a black hole being created and then ignore the scientific theory that if such a black hole was created it would collapse in upon itself. If you dont believe the knowledge behind the experiment why would you believe in any possible result?? if you believe the theory that a black hole could be created by their mathematics how can you not be believe when the same mathematics tells you that it is of no danger?

  11. No one knows what the probability of this working actually is.For all we know it could be 50/50 chance or if you want to expand your mind it could be 5000000000/5000000000 chance. Curiousity killed the cat.

  12. the information given about current antimatter production is correct, that it would take 100 billion years to produce 1 gram, but these technologies are improving exponentially, so by researching these things we could eventually make cheap energy, and then there would be no poverty – this is a long term solution.

    “The current rate of production of antimatter is
    between one-billionth to ten-billionths of a gram per year. The yield
    might increase by a factor of three by the year 2020”

    – from the book “Physics Of The Impossible” by Dr. Micio Kaku

  13. this is fascinating i can’t wait to see some actual results! who knows the potential this machine offers us? sci-fi might just become that much more real, just imagine having an understanding of how sub atomic particles work, we could build our very own versions of the particles that build atoms. or at least that seems like a good application to this to me, besides the whole curiosity of how our universe was formed. there’s a lot of worries about it destroying the earth BUUUUUT I feel a sense of safety and trust knowing that hundreds of physicists from around the world trust this not to, and i assume that they have a much better understanding of the matter than myself or anyone above this comment…

  14. Why debate on hypothetical points? The experiment was to find antimatter, apposite of matter. Some people who do not understand science made story of small big bang! It is proved that antimatter does not only exists but it can be made stable, to certain extend. With this, the natural law is proved that every thing has its apposite to keep balance. Now scientists theory is that apposite to black hole, there is a lighted world [hole].
    We are not of any caliber to comment any science matter but to understand present science. So please post which you understand and has authentic reference!!

  15. Just imagine the potential of the LHC to benefit humanity! Should we find that the “God Particle” or the Higgs Boson exists we could learn how to manipulate it, perhaps even create Higgs Bosons ourselves. Being able to control the particle responsible for creating mass out of energy would launch science and technology light years ahead. If man became the master of matter and energy all of the other worlds issues would be nothing to change.

    The LHC is potentially the key to unlimited energy and resources.

    This is the most important experiment humanity has ever attempted.

  16. Hi, Anon,I am not denying [any way who I am to say so?] the importance of LHC. My point is it is highly complicated subject and research and we are very immature to comment about it. I respect science and scientists as our ancient Rushies. We just give latest information here for knowledge of others who do not. Thanks for your comments.

  17. Hello Anon, thanks for comments. I am denying [any way, who I am to say so?] the importance of LHC. My point is that it is very complicated subject and experiment, and we are very immature to comment on it. In fact I respect science and scientist as our [Indian] ancient Rushies.

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