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CERN launches investigation into fake ‘satanic human sacrifice’ ritual video shot at the facility

CERN launches investigation into fake ‘satanic human sacrifice’ ritual video shot at the facility

After reading this, you might wonder whether such activities take place at a facility known as the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator, also called the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). A video shows a group of researchers at the CERN carrying out a ‘satanic human sacrifice’ ritual.

Possibility of finding new particle bleak: LHC scientists

Possibility of finding new particle bleak: LHC scientists

Scientists working on the Large Hadron Collider have cleared at the International Conference on High Energy Physics (ICHEP) that the discovery of new particle might be many years away.

The scientists were quite disappointed, as there was a lot of excitement when they started LHC to collect data as it showed a bump, but in the latest results they did not see any signs of a bump. David Charlton of Birmingham University said that the two separate LHC detectors, Atlas and CMS, have picked up matching bumps. But it could be considered only as a pure coincidence.

Speculations high on new particle discovery with LHC

Speculations high on new particle discovery with LHC

Researchers at CERN are preparing to unveil the data from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), after hiatus of three years of the confirmation of the existence of the Higgs Boson. The researchers said that the probability of finding something new is highest.

Scientists have been sifting through the debris from the smash-up of two beams of protons, so as to have hint of previously undiscovered particles. Last year, scientists were able to detect more photon particles than expected.

Short Circuit in Electrical Equipment within Large Hadron Collider delays launch

Short Circuit in Electrical Equipment within Large Hadron Collider delays launch

The Large Hadron Collider, the largest and most powerful particle accelerator ever built, would not be restarted this week. Its restart has been postponed due to a short circuit in electrical equipment in the collider.

It is said that the delay could make the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) collider to remain offline for a few weeks before the machine could be switched on. Two years back, the supercollider was shut down for an upgrade to be completed.

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