Aug 1, 2022
The notion of a man-made machine exploring the very structure of the universe is a strange thing to think about, even though science often aims to help us understand the world around us better.
Still, some believe there are mad scientists who hope to transport us to an alternate universe, springboard toward the gates of hell or even harness the power of a black hole.
On July 5, CERN fired up their large particle accelerator, leading many to speculate about the more unknown implications of scientific experimentation and the secrets of the vast universe.
So, Will CERN's latest project help us make bold new discoveries? Or will it make us meet our ultimate demise? Let’s talk about it!
Located on the Franco-Swiss border, CERN is officially known as the European Organization for Nuclear Research.
This might be the first time you have heard of CERN, but the organization has actually been around for a while.
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