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Large Hadrons Collider Could Be Used As Time Machine

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hey, can the Large Hadrons Collider Be Used As Time Machine? Does anyone know about it?

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    Professor Thomas Weiler and graduate fellow Chui Man Ho are suggesting it's a possibility, and doesn't defy the laws of physics. However, they're very clear to point out that this is just a theory, and it would only involve particles, not human beings. "Our theory is a long shot," Weiler, who is a physics professor at Vanderbilt University, admitted to the school's research news department, "but it doesn't violate any laws of physics or experimental constraints." The researchers propose that the Large Hadrons Collider (LHC), a 17-mile long particle accelerator in Geneva, Switzerland, could be used to send a theoretical particle back or forward in time, according to LiveScience. That particle, the Higgs singlet, is purely theoretical at this point and is related to another highly theorized (and slightly more well-known) particle, the Higgs boson.

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