God broke the Hadron Collider

31 May

Hadron ColliderThe Large Hadron Collider (LHC), serious scholars have begun to express an assumption that often arise at the CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) problems and issues – this “something more than coincidence.”

They believe that the noise has a very collider not to give scientists discover “incompatible with the nature of the” Higgs boson, dark matter and new dimensions, and therefore every effort CERN in this direction is doomed to failure.

Whatever may seem absurd that version, it launched – and reinforced the mathematical calculations – two eminent physicist: Holger Bech Nielsen of the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen, and Masao Ninomiya of the Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics in Kyoto. Now, wishing to refute the assumption would have to work on the scientific substantiation of its position.

However, among those who accepted the hypothesis of Nielsen with a certain degree of seriousness, there are at least a Senior Fellow at CERN – Brian Cox of Manchester University. In that case, “if the time travelers will break into the central LHC hardware and pulled the cord,” he sent the British newspaper readers, “the article in support of the Nielsen theory, which I wrote in 2025.”

Official tasks LHC look no less fantastic than that proposed by Nielsen theory. In particular, physicists hope to use this device to confirm the so-called string theory, under which were formed by the collision of protons tiny black holes will allow researchers to penetrate into new dimensions that differ from the known four.

The LHC is a source of inspiration for writers such as Dan Brown, and ordinary fans of conspiracy theories.

The most common “horror story” says that from the depths of the accelerator may see a black hole that can swallow up the planet, and the novel by Douglas Preston “Blasphemy” (“Blasphemy”) mad scientist tries to use a similar device to contact with God.

Recall, the European Organization for Nuclear Research reported that experiments on collisions of particles in the Large Hadron Collider will resume in November. Collider will be turned on at half strength.

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