Large Hadron Collider: Earth's great machine will run again in France

Amit Kumar Jha
Large Hadron Collider
Large Hadron Collider

The Higgs boson theory was discovered 10 years ago on 4 July 2012 by a scientist named Edwin Hubble.

The search for the Higgs boson, which is called the God particle, is going to start again after the Big Bang (the expansion of the physical particle and energy confined to a point) about 15 billion years ago. According to the European nuclear organization 'CERN', after 4 years it will be restarted and the energy of 13.6 trillion electronvolts will be extracted.

The Higgs boson theory was discovered 10 years ago on 4 July 2012 by a scientist named Edwin Hubble. Now for the discovery of this God particle, this great machine 'Large Hadron Collider' will work again. Scientists hope that with this experiment, the way the universe works and many mysteries related to it will be revealed. During the experiment, the machine will emit two beams from opposite directions on the proton. This beam will be cast on a 27 km long ring which is 100 meters below the earth on the border of France and Switzerland.

1.6 billion collisions per second

CERN said it aims to make 1.6 billion collisions per second between protons and protons. The rate of this new energy will allow scientists to more closely examine the Higgs boson. The data from this collision will be used in the future to investigate dark matter, dark energy and other fundamental mysteries of the universe. 

Scientists studying the Big Bang theory

claim that they have discovered the God particle from which much of the Universe is made up. More than 31 thousand crore rupees have been spent in making this great machine. The new discovery will make it easier for scientists to understand the theory of black holes and the Big Bang.

What is Big Bang?

The Big Bang is said to be the theory, according to which about 15 billion years ago all physical particles and energy were confined to a single point. Then this point began to spread. In this, the initial particles of the universe spread everywhere and started running away from each other. Earth and life originated from these particles.

Indian scientists are also involved in the experiment,

India has also given money to make this machine and many scientists are associated with this experiment. One of these is the name of Satyendra Nath Bose, whose name Higgs boson is derived from the names of British scientists Peter Higgs and Satyendra Nath Bose. Bose had done important work in the field of atom.