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Experiments with the new CERN hadron collider trigger a conspiracy at the end of July 5 – what's really happening

There are many DOOMSDAY conspiracy theories as the July 5th new CERN Large Hadron Collider experiment is set to produce unprecedented levels of energy.

The European Atomic Energy Agency is celebrating its 10th anniversary by reopening theLarge Hadron Colliderafter it was closed three years ago. The European organization, also known as

CERN, operates the world's largest particle physics laboratory.

The main function of CERN is to provide the particle accelerator and other infrastructure required for high energy physics.

Through international collaboration, such as the creation of the World Wide Web, a number of high-profile experiments have been built at the institute.

CERN will also be used to refer to laboratories with 2,660 staff in 2019 and approximately 12,400 users from institutions in more than 70 countries.

CERN is set for a series of events starting July 3, 2022, celebrating the 10th anniversary of the discovery of the Higgs boson.

On July 5, 2022, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) will collide at an unprecedented energy level.

The world's largest and most powerful particle accelerator, the LHC, is at the heart of the conspiracy theory surrounding CERN.

People share a superstition about a "portal" that opens after two high-energy particle beams are set to move at a speed close to the speed of light before they collide.

"Anyway, @ CERN will open a multidimensional portal on July 5th and use dark matter! Everything is fine," someonesaid on Twitter. rice field.

"What if CERN really opened a portal to hell or something?" Another persontweeted.

CERN became news after the release of the hit show Stranger Things in 2016.

Scientists argued that gravity could be used to test the possibility of the existence of other dimensions. It was seen critically for this reason.

"One way to see evidence in other dimensions involves gravity-specifically, the theoretical particles associated with gravity called gravitons",energyI reported.

"According to one theory, gravitons can move in all dimensions, not just what we live in.

" And CERN's Large Hadron If we can create gravitons with colliders, we can see evidence that they leave our dimension in other dimensions.

This theory and the hit TV show made people feel uneasy about what happened on July 5th.

However, this is

The start of Run 3 of the LHC will be livestreamed on CERN's social media channel.

This marks the beginning of a new physics season on the laboratory's flagship. Accelerator.

Ten years after the groundbreaking research on the Higgs boson was submitted to the packed CERN auditorium.

CERN states that the event looks back on the Higgs decade. Science has brought this field while enjoying new perspectives.