Large Hadron Collider: A huge machine like the Large Hadron Collider discovered a particle named Higgs Boson about a decade ago.
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the most powerful particle accelerator ever
According to scientists, through this discovery some unresolved questions of physics can be answered and it may also be the beginning of changing our perspective of understanding the universe.
Humans have been trying for thousands of years to uncover the secrets of the vast universe, but the dark matter, dark energy and innumerable stars, constellations and planets present in the universe remain the subject of mystery.
Scientists have been trying to solve the complex process of dark matter for a long time and now it seems that scientists around the world have come closer to solving this mystery.
The Large Hadron Collider, the 'great machine' engaged in the search for dark matter, will start working again at its full strength from Tuesday, July 5.
According to scientists, three quarters of the entire universe is made up of dark matter, but scientists still do not know anything about it.
In such a situation, the work of upgrading the world's most powerful particle accelerator (Large Hadron Collider).....
....present in the European Organization of Nuclear Research, known as CERN, Switzerland, has been going on for some time to search for dark matter.
After upgrading the supermachine, if scientists are able to understand the secrets of dark matter, then the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) will be achieving great success.
It is worth noting that a huge machine like the Large Harden Collider had discovered a particle named Higgs Boson, which is known worldwide as the God particle, about a decade ago.
The Higgs boson was one of the greatest discoveries of the 21st century.
British molecular physicist Dr. Clara Nelist is part of the team that has been formed to discover dark matter.
Clara explained that the Higgs boson is actually a special particle because the way the initial particles acquire their mass is related to it.
When these particles come into contact with each other in the Higgs field, they acquire mass.
The Higgs boson has been called the god particle because the process of gaining mass has been linked to the Big Bang.