The LHC is the world’s most influential molecule smasher, extending 16 miles in perimeter. It is covered underground close Geneva, Switzerland and utilizes 9,600 magnets to quicken particles to near to the pace of light. The LHC’s greatest magnet measures 35 tons and is around 50 feet long, creating an attractive field that is 100,000 times more effective than Earth’s. It was in 2012 that the LHC helped researchers find the Higgs boson, which is in charge of helping particles, for example, protons and electrons to have mass. The new LHC will be greater and better in 2015 with assurance of sensation.
Almost half a century after the existence of the Higgs boson – the particle that holds the universe together and gives it substance – was predicted, jubilant scientists announced that they appear to have found it.