Particle accelerator. The new facility being built to find out if the string theory is correct.?

If anybody knows where this facility is located or a web page concerning the particle accelerator would be much appreciated. More specifically the one to find if there are in fact, Gravitrons.

3 Answers

  • extton
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago
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    That's one of the reasons, yes. Even if a number of the versions of string theory are proven wrong by the accelerator, it will still enable us to learn a lot about how particles behave at higher energy levels.

    If string theory is validated, then we might know something about gravitons because of how they are described by certain string theories.

    If string theory is invalidated, then the accelerator won't tell us anything about gravitons.

    The new accelerator is being called the "large hadron collider", and it located in switzerland. You can read more about it here:

  • 1 decade ago

    CERN- LHC Large Hydron Collider, due to be completed next year, will collide two seven-trillion-volt proton beams.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    One was started in Texas, but Clinton and the Dems killed it.

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