The Time Machine

19 10 2009

What is the origin of matter? What is the universe made of? For many scientists, trying to decipher countless questions like these, can have the unusual answer: “time travel”! But let’s explain. Actually, with a project this stratospheric size, worthy of the research involved in it, the CERN (Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire), has built the LHC (Large Hadron Collider), the most powerful particle accelerator in the world. Or, who knows, a time machine! Of course, not like we would see in science fiction movies.

 Accelerator CERN Physics LHC Matter Nuclear Particles

The idea is to try to discover what happened in the universe a fraction of second after the Big Bang. Because of that, this project is called “the most complicated thing ever to be built by human beings”. After all, even after something like this was begun in 1993 and a 14km tunnel was built in Texas, Americans gave up facing this task alone.

Fuente: Obvius. The Time Machine



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