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Today the same 27 kilometre tunnel that housed the LEP machine is home to the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), which is due to circulate its first protons on 10 September. Four huge detectors have been built to study collisions between protons travelling shy of the speed of light. I ve been lucky to visit them all and they are truly massive. The biggest, called ATLAS, stands 25 metres high and is 46 metres long. It is the largest detector built at a particle collider and it is mind boggling in its complexity. Numbers are all very well. But, honestly, they don t get across the scale of this behemoth. I ve read heaps of articles about the LHC, seen lots air max women of photographs and even listed to the rap and they still don t capture the hugeness of the LHC. So I m totally thrilled to finally find something that does. Photographer Peter McCready specialises in so called virtual reality photos. 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Do they really exist or are they figments of theorists overactive imaginations? We re at the start of the journey that s about to find out. Don t miss our special guide to the LHC in the 30 August issue of the magazine. Valerie Jamieson, deputy features editor (Image: Peter McCready)All comments should respect the New Scientist House Rules. If you think a particular comment breaks these rules then please let us know, quoting the comment in question. Man s technology has exceeded his grasp. The World is not Enough Zealous Nobel Prize hungry Physicists are racing each other and stopping at nothing to try to find the supposed Higgs Boson (aka God) Particle, among others, and are risking nothing less than the annihilation of the Earth and all Life in endless experiments hoping to prove a theory when urgent tangible problems face the planet. And the answer is, science is nike free uk what we do when we don t know what we re doing." And CERN spokesmodel Brian Cox follows with this stunning quote, "the LHC is certainly, by far, the biggest jump into the unknown."The CERN LHC website Mainpage itself states: "There are many theories as to what will result from these collisions,." Again, this is because they truly don t know what s going to happen. They are experimenting with forces they don t understand to obtain results they can t comprehend. If you think like most people do that They must know what they re doing you could not be more wrong. nike air max shoes By Anonymous on August 16, 2008 3:54 AM If they knew what was going to happen they wouldn t need to do the experiments. By Anonymous on August 16, 2008 12:37 PM Well, high energy collisions between large mass particles obviously never happen anywhere in the vastness of the whole universe apart from in man built machines because the universe is anthropocentric and we are the deciding factor in all things. All created from discoveries in science and physics. By Colin on August jordan air max 16, 2008 2:43 PM I m pretty sure these conditions have happened on Earth already, this will just be the first time we see them. By Anonymous on August 16, 2008 4:11 PM Hold on a minute! This intriguing pile of hardware is tucked away in a tiny corner of the surface of a small planet. Even the next generation but three the accelerator track round the circumference of the moon will be only a drop of small beer in this universe. By Diversity on August 16, 2008 5:18 PM I guess the next step is to build a Collider in orbit so that earth s gravity is out of the question.

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