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Large Hadron Collider to turn on 'data tap'

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The Large Hadron Collider is about to pave the way to a new era in physics.

Scientists are waiting for the first new data to start flowing from the underground particle smasher, as the LHC begins its first "physics collisions" in two years.

The vast machine will clatter proton beams together at much higher energies than it achieved during its first operational period from 2010-2013.

This should allow physicists to hunt for signs of new scientific phenomena.

Situated 100m beneath tranquil countryside on the Franco-Swiss border, the particle smasher operated by Cern has already carried out test collisions at the energy of 13 trillion electron volts (TeV), up from a high mark of 8 TeV achieved during the machine's first run.

Now it's time for the main event, where physicists can begin their work.
 
 
 
 
 

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On 6/2/2015, 9:16:48, Storm64 said:

The Large Hadron Collider is about to pave the way to a new era in physics.

Scientists are waiting for the first new data to start flowing from the underground particle smasher, as the LHC begins its first "physics collisions" in two years.

The vast machine will clatter proton beams together at much higher energies than it achieved during its first operational period from 2010-2013.

This should allow physicists to hunt for signs of new scientific phenomena.

Situated 100m beneath tranquil countryside on the Franco-Swiss border, the particle smasher operated by Cern has already carried out test collisions at the energy of 13 trillion electron volts (TeV), up from a high mark of 8 TeV achieved during the machine's first run.

Now it's time for the main event, where physicists can begin their work.
 
 
 
 
 

I have seen a lot of chit chat of concern over this . I really don't know what to think . And many Scientists have blasted warnings .

Will this open the gates of Hell ?  Maybe ! But onething is for sure those behind this are most likely up to no good or at lest it will weaponized .

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