rense.com Boing Boing Breaking News, Current Events, Latest News and World Events at allvoices.com Prison Planet.com This Foot-Long Box Is the Most Advanced Particle Collider in the World The CERN particle collider is 17 miles long. China just announced a supercollider that is supposed to be roughly 49 miles long. The United States' new particle collider is just under 12 inches long. What it lacks in size, it makes up for in having a bunch of plasma inside of it, allowing researchers at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in Menlo Park, Calif., to accelerate particles more than 500 times faster than traditional methods. "If you want to build a next generation high energy physics particle collider, there are two ways of thinking," Litos told me. First, he said, you could build them even bigger than the Large Hadron Collider or the proposed followup, Compact Linear Collider, which is supposed to be 31 miles long. To be clear, the foot-long collider in Menlo Park isn't looking for the Higgs Boson or performing any of the important work that CERN has been doing. "We send them in right after another. Researchers line up the lasers that will help operate the accelerator.
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