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Yes, but what is it? That has been many people's reaction to the furore over the Large Hadron Collider, due to be switched on this Wednesday. The biggest, most expensive experiment in history is attracting both scientific hyperbole and hysteria. Some say it will reveal the universe's secrets and lead to the elusive Theory of Everything. A few fear that unleashing unimaginable power beneath the Swiss countryside will result in the end of the world. But how?
And what do all these words mean? Is an understatement. A giant circular tunnel, with several loops, stretches for 27km under the land between France and Switzerland.
One of its experimental chambers is bigger than the nave of Westminster Abbey. The name for one of the types of particle that make up an atom. These tiny bits of energy will be propelled by giant magnets around the tunnel circuit at almost the speed of light. Is what they will do when they meet other hadrons being beamed in the opposite direction, at the same great speed.
The resulting explosion will create , times more heat than the sun, apparently. Thankfully, it will only happen for a moment, in an area a billion times smaller than a speck of dust. Pronounced "sern". The money came from 20 countries, including Britain, which has played a leading role.
Is what they are trying to recreate. Or rather what happened a trillionth of a second after the universe was created by an explosion, For that tiny moment, it is believed everything was molten plasma.