From: Sjouke Burry on
Sam Wormley wrote:
> On 3/19/10 3:43 AM, Magnetic wrote:
>> Today night the physicists-criminals from CERN accelerated protons to
>> the record energy 3.5 TeV per beam. At the regions of collisions,
>> probably, the rays were on skew lines (two lines that do not intersect
>> but are not parallel). It is not excluded that there were accidental
>> collisions of protons.
>>
>
>
> The LHC temps are many orders of magnitude below those
> of the very early universe. Even cosmic rays are 6-12
> orders of magnitude greater than the LHC.
>
About a hundred people have tried to confuse M with facts.
It does not work.
He is like a maniak blind to all arguments and info.
From: Sam Wormley on
On 3/19/10 3:43 AM, Magnetic wrote:
> Today night the physicists-criminals from CERN accelerated protons to
> the record energy 3.5 TeV per beam. At the regions of collisions,
> probably, the rays were on skew lines (two lines that do not intersect
> but are not parallel). It is not excluded that there were accidental
> collisions of protons.
>


At 5:20 a.m., local time, in Geneva, Switzerland, physicists sent two
proton beams racing around the Large Hadron Collider's oval-shaped,
17-mile-long (27-kilometer-long) underground tunnel.

Each beam packed a powerful 3.5-trillion-electron-volt (TeV) punch´┐Żthe
highest energy yet achieved in a particle accelerator, or atom smasher.
(Learn more about atom smashers.)

The Large Hadron Collider had also set the previous record. Last
December the LHC smashed two 1.18-TeV beams to create a 2.36-TeV collision.