Tag: Large Hadron Collider

Higgs Boson Might Have Saved Our Universe from a Cosmic Collapse

Higgs Boson Might Have Saved Our Universe from a Cosmic Collapse

Dark energy is much more complex than you think. Scientists have always been uncertain about the expansion of the universe. One of the theories suggests that it will continue to expand forever. On the other hand, some scientists believe that a time will come when it will collapse into a tiny speck. Timm Wrase, a…

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Mysterious Particles from Antarctica might Change the Laws of Modern Physics

Mysterious Particles from Antarctica might Change the Laws of Modern Physics

Scientists may have found a Supersymmetric particle called Stau Sleptons emerging from the Antarctic soil. Antarctica is located in the Antarctic region of the Southern Hemisphere. The southernmost continent of our planet is quite unique in itself but a recent study suggests that an even more strange particle is coming out of it. In March…

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Is Large Hadron Collider still making any progress?

Is Large Hadron Collider still making any progress?

An improved version of Large Hadron Collider called Future Circular Collider is under-development which could produce enough energy to create Black Holes. In Particle Physics, a Hadron is a composite particle of quarks held together by a strong force in the same way as molecules are comprised of atoms bonded by electromagnetic forces. A Hadron…

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