Large Hadron Collider - How does it work?

Nice animation that explains how speed at some point reaches a maximum and from there on only changes in mass.
Let's hope they get their answers related to the Higgs particle and not end up swallowing the world in a black hole.

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1. modder8her 4 years ago

finally.Snotr@it's.best.com

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2. Chumney_Warner 4 years ago

Awesome this is what snotr is for :)

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3. yurtb 4 years ago

cool and simple video thanks mr snotr!

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4. eddie2042 4 years ago

this would be an awesome roller coaster hehe...

btw they're still trying to find the Graviton, the particle which is thought to be responsible for gravity. they say they're going to find it at the LHC.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graviton

i love physics :D

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5. Rexxae 4 years ago

Intresting really, I always wondered how the universe was made.. :O

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6. Chumney_Warner 4 years ago

#4 The LHC is for the higgs bosson, i think the graviton expieriements are down varius deep mine shafts around the world with detectors in tanks of water.

i love physics as well :)

What i dont like about physics is all the maths :D

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7. timppi 4 years ago

this is the coolest shit.

#(removed comment) & #(removed comment) too many hard words?

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8. TheIsingGuy 4 years ago

A misconception from the media, the LHC wants to discover the higg's boson, the source of mass, which would complete the current particle physics model. A gauge field coupling to the Yang-Mills model of weak force gives rise a "Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking" that gives a factor of mass squared in the equation of motion, which was massless before the coupling.

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9. MiNo 4 years ago

The protons are going to go through each other.

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10. donatelo 4 years ago

cool...beam me up scotty

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11. archis 4 years ago

To whom of those scientists should I sent my crowbar?

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12. h4x0r 4 years ago

My god, it's full of stars!

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13. Comment rated too low. Show this comment MakeTnotWar 4 years ago

2001 - nice one No. 15
And short before they find the answers to the last big questions of the universe the USA heated up the planet so much that we all go extinct.

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14. Bahira 4 years ago

Just keep bread away from this thing it cant handle bread.

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15. Gringo_el_Diablo 4 years ago

Gigidy-Gigidy-God Particle!! :(|)

All you need is:
1. PVC Tubes
2. AA Batteries
3. Refrigerator Magnets
4. Adams!
= Backyard Black Holes! :O

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16. kainim 4 years ago

99.9% speed of light, i do i want to know how many G's that is? yes, yes i do :)
+anyone ever wondered, when they collide you have to add up both speeds to know what the impact is, which means its almost twice the speed of light, if you follow that you cannot exceed speed of light, (if you reach it your mass becomes infinite) so this should mean their mass becomes infinite

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17. eupatriot 4 years ago

@16, you've got a really good point/theory :)
makes one think!

Also #8 is right, they are looking for the higgs boson particle (god particle).


Good video

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18. Xeromyr 4 years ago

@16

It may seem like two objects traveling near the speed of light colliding together may be able to achieve this, but it takes an infinite amount of energy to reach the speed of light. And two objects colliding at near the speed of light does not equate to infinite energy, nor does the rapid deceleration of the two objects traveling in two different directions equate to any object traveling faster than the speed of light in any direction. The objects are subject to extreme diminishing returns.

It's like driving a car with its head lights on. Lets say that light travels at 186,000 miles per second, and the car is traveling .001 miles per second, this does not mean that the beam of light is traveling at 186,000.001 miles/s. The light still has a maximum -total- velocity of 186,000 miles/s.

This means that if you were in a car traveling at 185,999.999 miles/s, and you turned your head lights on, you could actually watch the beam of light slowly grow ahead of you at a speed of .001 miles per second.

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19. SixaxisDualshock 4 years ago

#18 Add to that: #16 even tries to compare speed to acceleration. Obviously not the brightest chap around..

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20. archis 4 years ago

''This means that if you were in a car traveling at 185,999.999 miles/s, and you turned your head lights on, you could actually watch the beam of light slowly grow ahead of you at a speed of .001 miles per second.''
No you would not notice light slowly passing you at speed .001. You would see it passing by at speed of light no matter what speed are you traveling. That's the only absolute thing in our world - speed of light.

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21. Jakester88 4 years ago

This reminds me of http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/469806

This is the most interesting video i've seen on snotr for a while, keep it up!

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22. blackd 4 years ago

#18 actually #20 is right if you were able to see the head lights beam as in slow motion this will mean that you will see any light source like that. This will well make you live very hard :).

Luckily from your perspective when you flip that switch the lights will go instantly on, because the time you exist in will be slowed.

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23. nooitaf (admin) 4 years ago

since when can we see light that comes from our viewpoint ?!?
we are only able to see reflected light, thus light coming back.
8-)

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24. liverpoolboy 4 years ago

#12 Great commet #(removed comment) interesting stuff fella. Global warming is big bucks, someones making big money, Have to look out for that news. #16 Its back to relativity school for you mate, you have missed a lesson somewhere
#18 SORRY DUDE... WRONG NICE TRY BUT WRONG. Your space that you would occupy going that fast would shrink and so no matter even if you got that close to the speed of light you would still measure the same speed.
#20 sorry just read your reply..you answered it better...Relativity is such a easy concept but so hard to explain cos it goes against common sense.
#23..and?

This is the best vid i have seen on snotr....More please


To all.. good comments even if there wrong thoughts are good. ;) ;)

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25. badboy007 4 years ago

WHAT the hell does this even do and why is it on here?

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26. Xeromyr 4 years ago

@20, @22, @24


I see your points. I'll admit that my analogy is incorrect. I was absent minded about the slowing down of time as your acceleration increases from 0.

But there still remains the blue and red shifts. The "tinting" of the color spectrum that would occur if you were traveling at near the speed of light.

The objects you are approaching would appear blue in color, and the objects you are leaving would behind appear red in color.

Thanks for the the reminder. :)

In any case, two objects traveling at near the speed of light, then colliding, will not equate to infinite mass. Period.

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27. angrytattedguy 4 years ago

Very amazing I was wondering how this monster worked besides the simple it smashes shit together exp on tv. I think it's even funnier that people were actually concerned about the creation of mini black holes on earth its like dude were on the brim of a supermassive blackhole in the center of our galaxy get over it.

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28. kainim 4 years ago

#19, i didn't quite do that, you obviously don't know what i mean, but thats ok, i KNOW you can't do that, but i meant to show that if you think that way you could see why a lot of people think the LHC will create a blackhole... get it now no need to say i'm dumb, just missunderstanding

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29. Zebedee 4 years ago

#(removed comment) You're wrong. Your argument is rubbish.

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30. jaappaap 4 years ago

If you enjoy science video's have a look at http://www.sciencedump.com. The snotr video above was also posted here but quite a bit earlier. See also this video also on the LHC: http://www.sciencedump.com/content/brian-cox-lhc

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31. Selfdestruct 4 years ago

Cool video but lets hope these brainiacs dont create a black hole especially
if it;s being tested in Dec 2012.

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32. denniscav 4 years ago

Due to glancing collisions instead of head-on between the protons traveling in near opposite directions in the LHC, the resultant particles that result will not be the same or, perhaps even similar to those that were formed during, and immediately following, the 'Big Bang'.

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33. badboy007 4 years ago

#(removed comment) get a life lol writing that much
who even cares...

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34. edelros 4 years ago

Great documentary on the LHC ! Crisp and easily understandable ! I like it so much that I want to have a copy of it in my laptop for reference. How can this be made possible ? Thanks and more power

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35. jurb 4 years ago

www.sciencedump.com for more LHC and other science video's. Great Site! Thanks jaapaap.

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36. Dachabs 4 years ago

well im gonna go to bed smarter today

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37. mandabrot 3 years ago

Are u listening to yourself? the comments you all posts on here, is like one mind expressing it self. we all know the big question here. but ignore it like a disgusting site. why do we all talk around the main question. if these so called great minds of all nations contributing on a journey to the abyss of concepts. have they really thought about that one math question? 100 percent is no where close to equaling to 99.9. That point one percent. yet so mi-nute in making a whole. but with just one whole, it is magnificent in meaning. are they really making a collider? such an easy math question. if they want to reproduce the big bang, this is no way of doing it. am pretty sure when the big bang, if it did happen. the particles would be accelerating at the speed of light. With the speed of light as an very important factor in this process. i could easily be convince that the ramifications would have more profound outcome. so how did these particles initially get accelerated. without its own hlc? just like u guys am talking mumbo jumbo.

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38. santhihere 3 years ago

Wow ..like it a lot ..informational