“We are absolutely and totally confident that the LHC machine is perfectly safe, just as we were last year. And I'm not at all worried about it being destroyed by its own future!”
- Lyndon Evans, Ph.D., Physicist and Manager, LHC Construction
“We’re really confident with the LHC that we’re going to find the Higgs boson or something similar, which will help to explain what’s going on in the universe.”
- Steven Goldfarb, Ph.D., LHC Muon Spectrometer, ATLAS ExperimentNovember 19, 2009 CERN Geneva, Switzerland - Beginning Friday night, November 20, 2009, on the border between Switzerland and France, not far from Geneva, and three hundred feet underground, humans will try again to start producing subatomic energies close to those in the Big Bang. By early Saturday morning, the first beam of particles should be circulating one way around the LHC’s 17-mile-long underground ring. Then a second beam traveling in the opposite direction should start soon after. But the first low-energy collisions won't happen until about a week later.
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