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CERN Turn On LHC Today – Critics Fear Destructive Black Hole

CERN have turned on the Large  Hadron Collider (LHC) at double the power on Wednesday, in an attempt to search for parallel universes. 

The powerful machine is said to be capable of producing black holes, which some critics fear could swallow up the entire universe.

13 tera electron volts of energy are being used for the tests being conducted today.

Express.co.uk reports:

The more powerful experiment is sure to inflame critics who warned the high energy particle collider when first started could spell the end of our universe by creation an artificial mega black hole of its own.

But LCH experts are convinced it is safe, even though they may create black holes and that gravity from our own universe may ‘leak’ into any parallel universe, as so far Geneva remains intact and comfortably outside an “event horizon”.

Mir Faizal, one of three physicists behind the experiment, said: “Just as many parallel sheets of paper, which are two dimensional objects [breadth and length] can exist in a third dimension [height], parallel universes can also exist in higher dimensions.

“We predict that gravity can leak into extra dimensions, and if it does, then miniature black holes can be produced at the LHC.”

The bizarre “atom smasher”, based at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Switzerland, is hidden in more than 16 miles of underground tunnels beneath the Swiss-French border.

Scientists who fear the impossibly confusing equipment will now face a nervy three years – how long this second cycle of the machine is set to continuously last for.

However, technical staff at the LCH are delighted it is back on and hope it could soon identify previously unknown universes that are hidden from ours.

The LCH was built to unlock the secrets of the multiverse – based on the theory the universe is not alone – and it is now hoped it will find them and the may serious dark matter substance.

During the first run of the LHC, which stopped nearly two years ago, experiments called Atlas and CMS confirmed the discovery of the so-called Higgs boson, an elementary particle that gives other particles’ their mass, and a substance which had eluded detection for nearly 50 years.

This was the last piece of a puzzle known as the “Standard Model” of particles.

LCH boffins began turning it back on in April, but only today confirmed it is fully operational.

With the ability to tap into higher energy, the scientists hope to explore mysterious realms of “new physics” that could yield evidence of hidden extra dimensions holding twin universes and the mysterious dark matter.

Dark matter is the invisible, undetectable “stuff” that makes up 84% of material in the universe and binds galaxies together, yet whose true nature is largely unknown.

As well as searching for dark matter, LHC scientists hope to create more and possibly different strains of Higgs boson, investigate anti-matter, and test the theory of “supersymmetry” which predicts that every known particle has a more massive hidden partner.

Supersymmetry seeks to fill gaps in the Standard Model, the all-encompassing blueprint of particles and forces in the universe that has been in place since the 1970s.

CMS spokesman Tiziano Camporesi said: “The collisions we are seeing today indicate that the work we have done in the past two years to prepare and improve our detector has been successful and marks the beginning of a new era of exploration of the secrets of nature.”

Now it is working a universe-changing discover, or mishap, could come at any point, but scientists involved in the tests are being told to be patient.

Speaking after its first “stable beams” were declared, Cern’s director-general Rolf Heuer said: “Congratulations to everybody, here and outside. We should remember this was two years of teamwork. A fantastic achievement. I am touched. I hope you are also touched.

“Thanks to everybody. And now time for new physics. Great work.

“We have provided the basis, now the experiments have to follow.

“However, don’t expect that it will be tomorrow, do not expect that it will be in a month – be patient.”

During the first run of the LHC, the Atlas and CMS experiments announced the discovery of the so-called Higgs boson, an elementary particle that gives other particles mass, which had eluded detection for nearly 50 years.

It was the last piece of the puzzle known as the Standard Model.

With the ability to tap into higher energy, the scientists hope to explore mysterious realms of “new physics” that could yield evidence of hidden extra dimensions and dark matter.

Dark matter is the invisible, undetectable “stuff” that makes up 84% of material in the universe and binds galaxies together, yet whose nature is unknown.

As well as searching for dark matter, LHC scientists hope to create more and possibly different strains of Higgs boson, investigate anti-matter, and test the theory of “supersymmetry” which predicts that every known particle has a more massive hidden partner.

Supersymmetry seeks to fill gaps in the Standard Model, the all-encompassing blueprint of particles and forces in the universe that has been in place since the 1970s.

So what actually happens while it is on?

Protons race around the LHC beam tunnels at three metres per second below the speed of light.

The energy released when they collide is used to spark the creation of new particles.

Last month scientists from the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (Cern) achieved test collisions between protons – the “hearts” of atoms – at 13 TeV for the first time.

Two beams of particles travelling a whisker below the speed of light are sent flying in opposite directions through 16.7 miles of circular tunnels

But the beam energy has only now been ramped up to its operating level of 13 TeV, almost twice the power used to uncover the Higgs boson two years ago.

Upping the energy levels at the LHC increases the chances of some of it being converted to previously undetected, heavier particles – possibly including dark matter.

A spokesman for LCHDefense.org, which is campaigning to stop the tests until it is proved categorically they are safe, said: “Some experts fear that the risk of operating the LHC disproportionately outweighs anything science might gain from this experiment.

“It is not possible to know what the outcome of the experiment will be, but even CERN scientists concede that there is a real possibility of creating destructive theoretical anomalies such as miniature black holes.

“These events have the potential to fundamentally alter matter and destroy our planet.

“Any miniature black hole created at rest in a collider would essentially be trapped in Earth’s gravitational field, and over seconds to hours, slowly interact and acquire more mass, if Hawking radiation (a theoretical process) does not work as predicted, or as quickly as predicted, to cause the newly-minted miniature black hole to “evaporate”.

 

  • Kishore Kelatass

    The Bing Bang was not an explosion. 

    which could be seen,That is,  light and deadly radiations were not the ones initially generated, It was a very great  fusion, This fusion was triggered  by a great fire known as  “Exciter Electron,”
    All the states of matter in nature/Universe   such as solid, liquid and gas dissolved  in the sky in this great fusion, This is how the sky got densified, Exciter electron waves have higher frequency compared to neutral waves But, the amount of these radiations at present  are low in nature, But, if the amount of Exciter electron  or Induced  waves are considerably enhanced, a great fusion  can take place, Hence Exciter electron can be considered as a great fire, Because of the great fusion, the matter which got dissolved in the sky slowly densified and a  fire known as Neutron was initially created, At that time, universe/nature has  not started to shine, Afterwords, a new fire known as Proton was formed, Then, the Universe was filled with gamma and cosmic (radiations), Finally, Electron and Eon were formed, At that stage, Universe started to shine with intense brightness, There were no stars at that time, The sky was shining by itself, Thus, some fire and sky combined together to form Air, A part of Air got condensed to form water or fluid, Water got condensed further to form the Earth, Subsequently the solid  was also formed, By this time the energy of the Exciter  had come  down  very drastically, Then the  brightness of the sky got trapped onto the stars, The present state of the Universe is the result of the evolution through  a very long period of time.

    WHY GRAVITY  LENSING?

    WHEN LIGHT ENTERS FROM  A HIGH PRESSSURE  ETHER REGION TO LOW PRESSURE ETHER REGION  GRAVITATIONAL  LENSING PHENOMENON OCCURS IN NATURE.  PRESSURE VARIATION IN ETHER OCCURS DUE TO GRAVITY

    The Bing Bang was not an explosion. 

    which could be seen,That is,  light and deadly radiations were not the ones initially generated, It was a very great  fusion, This fusion was triggered  by a great fire known as  “Exciter Electron,”
    All the states of matter in nature/Universe   such as solid, liquid and gas dissolved  in the sky in this great fusion, This is how the sky got densified, Exciter electron waves have higher frequency compared to neutral waves But, the amount of these radiations at present  are low in nature, But, if the amount of Exciter electron  or Induced  waves are considerably enhanced, a great fusion  can take place, Hence Exciter electron can be considered as a great fire, Because of the great fusion, the matter which got dissolved in the sky slowly densified and a  fire known as Neutron was initially created, At that time, universe/nature has  not started to shine, Afterwords, a new fire known as Proton was formed, Then, the Universe was filled with gamma and cosmic (radiations), Finally, Electron and Eon were formed, At that stage, Universe started to shine with intense brightness, There were no stars at that time, The sky was shining by itself, Thus, some fire and sky combined together to form Air, A part of Air got condensed to form water or fluid, Water got condensed further to form the Earth, Subsequently the solid  was also formed, By this time the energy of the Exciter  had come  down  very drastically, Then the  brightness of the sky got trapped onto the stars, The present state of the Universe is the result of the evolution through  a very long period of time.

    WHY GRAVITY  LENSING?

    WHEN LIGHT ENTERS FROM  A HIGH PRESSSURE  ETHER REGION TO LOW PRESSURE ETHER REGION  GRAVITATIONAL  LENSING PHENOMENON OCCURS IN NATURE.  PRESSURE VARIATION IN ETHER OCCURS DUE TO GRAVITY

  • dsdf

    Fucking retard