The Higgs Bosons and the LHC explained

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0 1. spla300 commented 8 years ago

Ok... so have they learnt anything interesting???
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+9 2. The-Creamster commented 8 years ago

#1 yes they have, they have discovered the 'God' particle and created Blackholes which last for an infinitely small time. It's only a matter of time before they discover something else new.
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+9 3. Zebulun commented 8 years ago

I learned from this video...
That there are people so much smarter than me, it makes my head asplode.
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-7 4. WildMonkey commented 8 years ago

Damn fools, don't they know God did it? They so dumb.
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+1 5. ughlah commented 8 years ago

Well, this might be the answer why seti will never find intelligent life. Intelligence comes from wanting to know things. Maybe curisosity kills all the cats.

If adding more and more energy will lead to the discovery of a huuuge energy output which could start a small black hole inside that collider, which would soon swallow everything. I guess thats the big fear of all those end of the world parties happening over there.
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+2 6. Natan_el_Tigre commented 8 years ago

A quote comes to mind:

"To understand is to perceive patterns."
- Isaiah Berlin

And so does a movie:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0138704

Enjoy!
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0 7. cyberdevil commented 8 years ago

I was thinking more of the drawing techniques being used than what was being said. Even though the drawing is sped up that's some fast animation.
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0 8. Limberg commented 8 years ago

I was hoping the movie would be Pi (is it me or does the feeling of this clip resemble the one in pi ?!)
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+3 9. ringmaster commented 8 years ago

I find the cafeteria sounds very annoying.
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0 10. chuchesaku commented 8 years ago

#2 i'm sorry to correct you, but to this day no man discovered the boson particle yet and it remains a hypothetical thing.
#1 they have discovered 12 new particles so far but they are still collecting data.
you need data from billions of collisions to spot such a tiny difference that would point to the boson particle :)
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0 11. librabooks commented 8 years ago

Pretty much everything is "hypothical" in modern - science. What remains unfounded is the info that remains. Welcome to the 21st century folks! Either you get it, or you leave it up to your Iphones.
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+2 12. smodd commented 8 years ago

#5 sorry to disappoint you but the smaller a black hole is, more heat is releasing and therefore lasting miliseconds so you could never sustain a tiny black hole only superbigones can survive like the ones in the center of the galaxy ...thats why scientist laugh when everyone says what u did...
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0 13. sharingan commented 8 years ago

explained like this makes me feel that i'm able to understand it!
other wise... eehm... never ever! :)