Time Travel, Possible through the Large Hadron Collider, Scientists Theorize

By on Mar 16, 2011 in Astronomy, Opinion, Science Comments

Time travel is a fascinating occurrence that man, since time immemorial, had tried to fathom out and discover. Recently, according to international science news sites, March 15, 2011, Scientists theorize that the atom smasher, Large Hadron Collider (LHC,) could be used to send messages to the past or the future.

When the Large Hadron Collider was revealed to the public two years ago, speculations about it causing Armageddon had inundated the Internet. The paranoia faded when experts assured the public that there was no cause for concern, as the LHC will not bring about the end of the world.

Considered as CERN’s “world’s biggest experiment,” the LHC is an outstanding breakthrough in physics. Physicists have been simulating the Big Bang to discover what occurred during the creation of the earth and the universe and with LHC, they could do this.

The time travel could be made possible through a “Higgs Singlet” which is still on the road to discovery. Whether scientists could finally create or come across this “Higgs Singlet” in today’s generation is a question that no one knows the exact answer to.

This video uploaded by vmahajan9 explains the Large Hadron Collider.



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