Will The Large Hadron Collider Open Up A Portal To Another Dimension? (VIDEO)21 August, 2015
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Are scientists playing around with dangerous forces that they simply do not understand?
Not much information is coming from underground, unfortunately.
Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is one of the most gigantic and at the same time, controversial $10 billion machine, which unfortunately gives us the creeps. It's located at 100 meters deep underground, in the 27 kilometers long, giant, circular tunnel with several loops, under the land between France and Switzerland.
|One can say that South Pole, is one of the coldest places on our planet.|
As we know, our Sun is the hottest (20 million degree C) place in the solar system but Large Hadron Collider (LHC ), the world's largest particle accelerator, is one of the coldest (-271 degree C) places in our galaxy. At the same one of the hottest (10 million billion degree C) places in the universe!
The complex itself is very dangeous and so are the bizarre experiments conducted by researchers down there.
At the beginning there were many failures: The European Organization for Nuclear Research (also known as CERN) is purposely smashing particles into one another at astonishingly high speeds.
"As for any machine exploring a new energy frontier, operators at the LHC face many challenges on a daily basis. Since the start of Run 2, they have been gradually increasing the intensity of the LHC’s two beams, which travel in opposite directions around the 27-kilometre ring at almost the speed of light. The LHC has run at the record high energy with each beam containing up to 476 bunches of 100 billion protons, delivering collisions every 50 nanoseconds. In the coming days, the intensity should increase further with a new rhythm of 25 nanoseconds. After a planned technical stop in early September, the teams will also be able to increase the number of bunches with the goal of reaching more than 2000 bunches per beam by the end of 2015.
“During the hardware-commissioning phase, we have learnt to manage carefully the huge energy stored in the magnets. Now with beam commissioning we have to learn progressively how to store and handle the beam energy,” said CERN Director of Accelerators and Technology Frédérick Bordry. “Our goal for 2015 is to reach the nominal performance of the LHC at 13 TeV so as to exploit its potential from 2016 to 2018.”