The quest for knowledge about the Universe or more clearly to know the ‘creation’, led scientists to begin one of the most expensive experiments in history. The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) will be active from tomorrow, 10 September. Scientists will analyze the results of particle collisions to understand the creation of the Universe.
Even if they don’t reach the goals scientists aimed for, it will let them realise the missing points about nature. That will be big achievements as well.
The subatomic particles will collide on each other with the speed of light inside the LHC. The experiment will take place in a 27-km circular tunnel between the border of