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Monday, June 8, 2015

Large Hadron Collider, is it really safe, or are they jumping over safety just to find something new?.

From Today the LHC Runs at Full Power to Push the Limits of Physics
As of today, the Large Hadron Collider will run at full, record-breaking power levels, as scientists kick off a new set of experiments that will help us understand the secrets of particle physics.

After rebooting in March following a two-year period of repairs an upgrades, teams of scientists have been testing the Collider’s abilities to run at higher powers than ever before. In May, it smashed it previous record, hurling together beams of protons with an energy of 13 TeV (tera-electronvolts) — a full 5 TeV higher than the previous standard. For some context, that’s enough energy to melt a tonne of copper on impact.

Now, the scientists working on the project are satisfied that the Collider can run at full power for sustained periods of time. From today, then, teams will begin regularly colliding particles at these record-breaking energies, in the hope of discovering as-yet undetected particles that could shed light on some of the mysteries of physics.

“The higher energy means more chance of finding new discoveries,” Alan Barr, a Professor of Particle Physics at the University of Oxford who works on the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider, told us when we spoke to him in March. “The LHC’s higher energy can give us sensitivity to new, as-yet-undiscovered particles.” Indeed, researchers hope that the experiments could reveal the origins of dark matter, super-symmetric particles and more. You can read all about how that might happen—and what it could mean for physics—in a feature we published earlier this year.

At low powers, scientists did the almost-impossible and found the Higgs Boson. This time, they might find something even more exciting
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We can't even live with each others differences. Are they truly intelligent enough to understand what they are really doing?
Some scientists have warned that this could create a black hole, and it makes heat 100,000 times hotter than the interior of the sun.
Sure let's hope they know what they are doing, otherwise...
The point is, are we evolved intellectually enough to fully grasp what could go wrong or is it that, it's there, let's look into it, damn be the repercussion. History is full of the latter.
They are not only fooling around with life here, but existence itself...
There are many other thing we could be doing, before we touch this, just to make sure we are not advancing faster than we can understand.
Right now we have one group talking about wars as if it's an xbox game and the other pushing technology ahead of our capability, by-passing reason.
And we are in the middle, hoping they know what they're doing...
Do they?
Technology is advancing so fast, a mistake could easily be made, maybe we should take a breath for a minute so we can make sure, they are not kids playing with a loaded gun.
Personally, to put blind trust in them is not something I am willing to do for the moment, they haven't shown they can be fully trusted.
 Science has made to many mistakes claiming it's to benefit humanity.

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