“Big Bang” re enactment is expected to reveal secrets of the universe, Scientists say
The historic experiment on the “Big Bang” is expected to reveal some interesting facts about the origin and evolution of the universe and there is nothing to fear that it will bring the world to an end according to scientists involved in this.
This 6.4 billion euro project is expected to reveal facts which will initiate considerable advances for the society at large according to Robert Aymar. Aymar is a physicist from France who is the head of the research center at CERN.
Brian Cox, a physicist from Britain said if the results did not emerge as expected and something unexpected turns up, it is even better as this will make us realise how little we know about nature.
Gerardus t’Hooft from the University of Michigan said he is eagerly waiting for the unexpected and hoping the LHC or the Large Hardron Collider will bring up unknown facts.
The Collider will be started up on Wednesday and scientists will recreate a mini version of the Big Bang by colliding particle beams at the speed of light. This will take place in the tightly sealed Large Hadron Collider at CERN.
Voices of concern ring all over CERN. Scientists are being inundated with mails fearing undesirable consequences which may endanger the planet. Scientists however scoff at these rumors which they claim are spread by conspiracy theorists.
According to Aymar, the head of CERN, all fears are purely based on fiction and that this experiment was perfectly safe. He also added they will have an opportunity of understanding the workings of the universe.