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LHC - Particle Accelerator goes online PostSat Aug 02, 2008 1:30 pm  Reply with quote  

http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2008/08/the_large_hadron_collider.html
http://forums.somethingawful.com/showthread.php?threadid=2884322&userid=98756
http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2008/jun/30/cern.particlephysics1
http://gravitasfreezone.wordpress.com/2008/06/03/a-good-value-for-money/

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PostSat Sep 20, 2008 5:28 pm  Reply with quote  

http://www.abcnews.go.com/Technology/story?id=5804254&page=1
Large Hadron Collider's Hacker Infiltration Highlights Vulnerabilities

Billions to disprove creation or God or afterlife? When really it cannot prove either way.
http://64.233.183.104/search?q=cache:Zg-0ufk0USYJ:answers.yahoo.com/question/index%3Fqid%3D20080903053726AAb82VA+LHC+cannot+disprove+creation&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=1&gl=uk

http://www.kotaku.com.au/games/2008/09/19/large_hadron_collider__and_halo_was_its_nameo-2.html
Do what the Uk government usually do by using friendly names to project a good image for a facility or product (that no one wants) ?, as has been done with Nuclear industry in the past.

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/sfgate/detail?blogid=15&entry_id=30262

Officials: Damage to collider forces 2-month halt
http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5iF3eB5oJHa4q5phLpr8u8gitxkiAD93ADS9G0
5 hours ago

GENEVA (AP) The European Organization for Nuclear Research says its new particle collider has been damaged worse than previously thought and will be out of commission for at least two months.

On Thursday, the organization said the collider the world's largest malfunctioned within hours of its launch to great fanfare, but its operator didn't report the problem for a week.

Spokesman James Gillies says experts have gone into the Large Hadron Collider to examine the damage.

Gillies said Saturday the part that was damaged will have to be warmed up well above absolute zero so that repairs can be made. He said that will require having to shut off the new particle collider do to the repairs.


Q&A about problems with Large Hadron Collider

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GENEVA (AP) The damage to the Large Hadron Collider on the Swiss-French border will delay for at least two months the quest for scientists to learn more about the nature of the universe and the origins of all matter.

Following are questions and answers about the LHC, what happened to it and what it might reveal after it is repaired.

Q: What is the Large Hadron Collider?

A: It is the world's most powerful particle accelerator. It is buried inside a 17-mile (27-kilometer) tunnel below the earth. It fires beams of "hadrons" such as protons or neutrons from the nucleus of an atom through two tubes the size of fire hoses. The inside of the tubes are kept in a virtually complete vacuum, at a temperature colder than outer space.

Q: How does the collider work?

A: The LHC fires a beam of protons through the tubes one going clockwise and the other counterclockwise. The beams travel at near the speed of light almost 300,000 kilometers (over 186,000 miles) per second. That means they zip around the tunnel 11,000 times a second. Supercooled magnets guide the protons until they collide inside massive detectors at four points inside the tunnel.

Q: When did it start operating?

A: The LHC was started up with great fanfare Sept. 10, but it was still in the testing stage and it was to have taken several weeks before scientific experiments with collisions started. Physicists successfully fired hundreds of orbits of beams of protons in both the clockwise and counterclockwise tubes over the next 36 hours.

Q: What went wrong?

A: The temperature in one of the eight sections started rising slightly. Experts determined that a large electrical transformer which handles part of the cooling in that sector had failed and replaced it last weekend. Then they recooled the machine.

Q: Why do they think now the problem is worse?

A: There was still something wrong after the recooling, so experts went down into the tunnel to inspect it. There appears to have been a faulty electrical connection between two magnets that led to a leak of supercooled liquid helium.

Q: Are such failures unusual?

A: No, they can happen in any particle accelerator or collider, and they are expected in the LHC, said to be the most complex machine ever. However, failures can be more difficult to repair in the LHC because it uses such low operating temperatures. That can require a slow, controlled warmup taking several weeks before the repairs can be made.

Q: Who built the collider and how much did it cost?

A: The project was conceived in 1984 by scientists at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, or CERN. The organization's 20 member nations along with observer countries like the United States, Japan, Canada, Russia and India have spent US$10 billion on it.

Q: What do the detectors do?

A: As protons collide, the detectors will search for evidence of extra dimensions to the three of space and one of time that we know of.

They will also look for the "dark matter" believed to make up most of the universe, antimatter that mirrors all known matter, and the Higgs-boson particle, which could explain how all other particles get their mass. All of these have previously only been theorized, but not confirmed.

Q: What about the "Big Bang" part of the experiment?

A: One of the detectors will smash together lead ions to simulate conditions shortly after the Big Bang, which they theorized started the universe 13.7 billion years ago. Scientists hope to learn from this how matter was formed.

Q: Is the experiment safe?

A: Some people have objected to the collider because they fear it could create mini black holes or release massive amounts of energy that would destroy the planet. CERN and leading particle physicists insist there is no danger.
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PostSat Sep 20, 2008 6:20 pm  Reply with quote  

On this blog links to material from German scientists that have concerns about the LHC. They are linked to the project and other scientists also linked to similar work. Not so called "conpsiracy theorists".

http://www.lhcfacts.org

But since when was science ethical last, or has it ever been. Only a handfull of them are responsible...think back to the Nazis and earlier or any time pretty much.
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