How the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) Works… For Dummies

Since the LHC has been successfully powered up yesterday and a lot of confusion remains on what CERN’S Big Bang machine truly does, I thought that some of you might like getting some extra information on the subject.

Created by CERN employee Chris Mann, the following presentation explains in relatively simple terms the inner working of the Large Hadron Collider, from the injection process all the way up to the collision phase.

Haven’t got enough yet? The LHC Rap is another great way to learn more about the multi-billion dollar device.

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9 Responses to How the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) Works… For Dummies

  1. Good video. Everyone can undestand what that's all about. Good for us, there will be no black hole there. (Only in some ignorant heads, that is).

  2. Good video. Everyone can undestand what that’s all about. Good for us, there will be no black hole there. (Only in some ignorant heads, that is).

  3. I have been following the story for some time and I could not get it into my little head. now that i have seen this video it made sense