Earth’s Biggest Bang Awaited By PhysicistsMarch 24th, 2010 - 8:45 pm ICT by GD
By Meena Kar
Geneva, Switzerland, March 24, (THAINDIAN NEWS) After a long wait the ultimate day for the scientists dealing with the big bang is only few days away. According to reports the CERN has declared that on March 30, the scientists will ultimate try to collide particles at an all time highest energy level. These particles will be colliding at 7 TeV (trillion electron volt). At present two beams are doing the round of the circular tunnel at 3.5 TeV which according to the scientists is the highest energy which has ever been achieved by the scientists. These particles will continue to accelerate before they would be brought to collide on Mar 30.
According to the Director-General of CERN, Rolf Heuer, it might take hours or even days for the collision to take place. However, if the collision happens successfully then it would generate according to the anticipation, a condition similar to mini Big-Bang. After the collision according to Rolf Heuer, the CERN plans to allow it to run continuously for one and a half year or two years with a break towards the end of this year.
The scientists all over the world have contributed some way or the other for this big experiment. It is one of the biggest experiments that have ever been done in collaboration of so many scientists together. According to reports scientist believe that while at present only 5 percent is known about the creation of the universe, the experiment will help the scientist in all over the world to decipher the mystery of the creation of earth. The scientists believe this experiment will reveal the mystery of dark matters which will increase the knowledge about the universe to around 30 percent.
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