CERN is proposing a new underground accelerator under Geneva, with a circumference of 80 kilometres – 50 miles, three times the size of the current Large Hadron Collider, in order to solve how gravity works. ATLAS Drawing. Image credit: Wikimedia Commons
Scientists from the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), two months after they found the Higgs boson the ‘God particle’ (on July 4), they propose to build an even larger Collider to solve how gravity interacts on a molecular level.
Image credit: CERN
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