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How it works, the Large Hadron Collider

How it works, the Large Hadron Collider

Delving into the largest and most complex scientific instrument ever built

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Cypeq Cypeq (3374 days ago)
Latest comment: lol funniest part moving battery and magnet S: allmost like cyclotrone...
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Latest comment: lol funniest part moving battery and magnet S: allmost like cyclotrone...
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Guest: Irish fella (3375 days ago)
I built one just as good in my spare room, using scrap, discarded packaging and lots of AA batteries. The resultant mini black hole is very usefull for compacting empty beer cans prior to recycling.
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I built one just as good in my spare room, using scrap, discarded packaging and lots of AA batteries. The resultant mini black hole is very usefull for compacting empty beer cans prior to recycling.
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