CERN's Large Hadron Collider observes a “B meson” decay into a pair of muon particles, which is the first time any such event has been captured.

CERN’s Large Hadron Collider has been accomplishing some impressive things throughout its time. While it took a several year hiatus from activity, the Large Hadron Collider, or LHC, managed to capture something impressive that researchers had previously missed several years ago. The discovery would have occurred during the 2011 and 2012 data collection periods and during that time researchers believe that they had seen a B meson decay into a pair of muon particles.

These meson particles are essentially subatomic matter, or particles that break down quickly due to their volatile nature. Guy Wilkinson of the LHC team pointed out that, “It is testament to the excellent performance of the LHC, and the sensitivity of our experiments, that we have been finally able to observe this extremely rare but important decay.” The finding is remarkable, but the finding is something that scientists would never have expected to find with this particular data sweep.

Tiziano Camporesi, a spokesperson for the team that actually put together the data through the extensive analytical stage that this data went through pointed out, “The search for new particles and the study of rare decays are complementary strategies for discovering new physics.” However, the CERN team pointed out in a statement that said, “These rare decays have not revealed any hints of new physics.”

All of this information ultimately comes from scientists and researchers working to challenge and correct some of the gaps that exist within the Standard Model of Physics. At the end of the day, this is about delivering some of the best information possible, to people who want to answer really some of the questions that have stood in physics for decades. While much has been accomplished, when it comes to determining the ability scientists have in identifying new things, even newer and better answers to some old questions are needed.

If though, these results can spur further research that might be able to challenge or answer some of the questions left by the Standard Model of physics, then perhaps we can start getting further with answering some of these questions that have become necessary in going any further with the study of physics. It could also go a long way to answering questions about our origin that haven’t ever been able to be identified due to limits in scientific study.

2 COMMENTS

  1. All of these experiments are leading to a disaster for humanity. God is angry that much of mankind ignores the Bible and lives “just anyway they want”. He is going to let CERN breach the force field that separates the demonic realm from our world; allowing these evil creatures to invade and kill people without mercy. The only safely will be those that have trusted Jesus Christ, repented of their sin and turned to Him completely as Lord and Savior. Turn to Jesus Christ now, repent of your sins and ask Him into your life as Lord and Savior.

    • IGNORANCE IS A SIN AND YOU HAVE FELL INTO SATAN’S TRAP. GOD CREATED THESE AMAZING THINGS FOR US TO DISCOVER. GO BACK AND HIDE UNDER YOUR ROCK WHERE SATAN WANTS YOU.

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