Big Bang to Operate Again after Two Years Shutdown

Published By : 07 Apr 2015 | Published By : QYRESEARCH

The European physics research centre had a wait for exact two years. In 2013, scientists at the European physics research centre, ‘European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) had to force shutdown the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) from operating. This was done to upgrade to a system with high energy beams.

The wait was long exactly two years, as said by Roger Moore physicist from University of Alberta. The ‘Big Bang’ came into operation on Sunday that was restarted by researchers from European Organization for Nuclear Research. The ‘Bing Bang’ after the upgrade is doubled in power. Since the restart, the researchers are back on the work to hunt illusive dark substances that supposedly make up for a quarter of the composition of the universe.

As per the researcher Roger Moore, scientists delve into the universe to observe there is a great amount of matter that is not atoms. As per the researcher, it is the stuff that can be accounted for composition of matter in the universe.  It is not atoms, but makes for all the matter in the universe. It has gravitational field as well.

If the particles that have been discovered are examined, they do not possess the properties that are exhibited by those found in the universe. So far it is a mystery about dark matter which was created in the Big Bang, increasing the accelerator with high energy may take the clock back in time to study dark matter.
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