Scientists at CERN attempts to understand Big Bang

Scientists at CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, achieved a big success by creating mini Big Bangs that will provide them with a glimpse of the creation of the universe.

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN on Tuesday set a record by crashing proton beams into each other at 50 per second.

Speaking on the experiment, spokesperson James Gillies said, “It would be like sending more and more cars in opposite directions down one side of a motorway, more and more would be smashing into each other head-on.”

Now, scientists are making efforts to achieve particle collisions at 300 per second inside the LHC at CERN.

The experiment attempts to reveal the mysteries of the creation of the universe.

Some doomsday theorists have warned that the LHC experiment could put the whole humanity at risk by creating tiny black holes which could suck in all matter around them.

But, scientists at CERN said that the experiment could create tiny black holes but they would dissolve in just a fraction of a second.