CERN Scientists Reveal Shocking New Discovery That Alters Everything – Video

CERN Scientists Reveal Shocking New Discovery That Alters Everything – Video

CERN Scientists Break Silence On Terrifying New Discovery That Changes Everything

CERN has once again captivated the world with its groundbreaking discoveries in the field of particle physics. The renowned laboratory has announced a game-changing discovery made by their Large Hadron Collider that has the potential to revolutionize our understanding of the universe. Scientists have reported anomalous readings that could signal the existence of extraterrestrial life in a parallel universe.

The discovery centers around an anomaly in the decay pattern of a particular type of quark known as the beauty quark. The data obtained from the Large Hadron Collider indicated that these quarks decay into muons only seventy percent as often as they decayed into electrons, contrary to predictions based on the standard model. This anomaly suggests the possible existence of a brand-new force-carrying particle and an entirely new field of physics.

This unprecedented discovery has the potential to answer long-standing questions about dark matter, the Higgs boson, and even unify the fundamental forces of nature. If confirmed, this new force could expand the standard model, leading to a deeper understanding of the physical world.

The Large Hadron Collider, with its ground-breaking experiments and massive scientific impact, continues to push the boundaries of human knowledge, and this discovery is yet another testament to the incredible possibilities of scientific exploration.

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CERN has made headlines yet again. The renowned  laboratory for particle physics has announced a   rather unprecedented discovery made by their Large  Hadron Collider that may likely cause a shift in   our understanding of the universe. Scientists  have reported that these anomalous readings  

Could signal the existence of extraterrestrial  life in a parallel universe. In This video,   we will be discussing the just-announced  CERN discovery that changes everything. The Chilling Discovery In a recent experiment with  the Large Hadron Collider,   CERN scientists noticed something strange with a  particular kind of quark. Quarks are the building  

Blocks of all matter and are of different types.  Physicists call the different types ‘flavors’. Some of these so-called flavors of quarks were  extremely unstable and decayed rapidly. The   subject of this particular anomaly was the  beauty quark, which has an average lifespan  

Of one and a half trillionths of a second. It  turned out that the quark’s decay pattern was   radically different from what scientists  predicted based on the standard model. Based on their predictions, when a beauty quark  decays, it should be influenced by the weak force  

And transform into what is called leptons,  which is a set of lighter particles, either   an electron or a muon, with the standard model  predicting a 50-50 chance for both particles. But what the data from the Large  Hadron Collider was showing was   relatively different. The data  showed that these quarks decay  

Into muons only seventy percent as  often as they decayed into electrons. This was especially attention-worthy because  electrons and muons are carbon copies of each   other; the only difference is that the  muon is two hundred times heavier. Still,   it should not affect the rate of transformations.

All the forces within the standard model are  supposed to pull on these two particles with   equal strength, and because the  beauty quarks decay through the   weak force, both should result from the  transformation the same number of times. There is only one way for this anomaly to occur:  

If a new type of particle that has never been  seen before gets involved with the process. Some researchers have been made to speculate  that some new type of physics could be at play. A new force-carrying particle  should mean brand-new physics,   which could expand the standard model  and answer many unanswered questions.

The Possibility of New Physics Currently, we do not have  many ways to probe particles,   so the theory of the Standard Model is our  best understanding of how the strange world   of particles behaves. The Standard Model  is a scientific framework that describes  

Everything we know about the building blocks  of the physical world with pinpoint accuracy. But the shocking thing is that, even with  this relatively high level of accuracy,   physicists are well aware that this model still  needs to be completed, and plenty of pieces still  

Need to be added to the reality puzzle. Out of  all the fundamental forces, the Standard Model   can only describe three: the electromagnetic  force, the strong force, and the weak force. Currently, it has no description  of the force of gravity and no   explanation for the dominant form of  matter in the universe, dark matter.

During recent experiments, researchers  noticed an anomaly within the data they   were analyzing that did not correspond with  what is known within the standard model. Even though it is not generally uncommon to find  results outside this model with the sheer amount  

Of data that the LHC puts out, this time, however,  something has caught the attention of scientists,   and they knew that they needed to take a  closer look to discern this new phenomenon. What Could This Brand New Force Be? To explain this unprecedented discovery,  

The researchers have considered that  there may be a new fundamental particle,   which they have called Z prime, which  is a brand-new force-carrying particle. And even though this force is more than  likely to be extremely weak because there   have been no signs of it until now, According to the researchers,  

This force would interact with electrons and  muons in different ways, but the extent of   its interactions with the particles of the  standard model remains a mystery for now. This would be a breakthrough that  physics has been waiting decades   for if they found new force-carrying particles.

Physicists are hopeful that, if this  discovery is confirmed, it could help   unlock established mysteries of the universe  and answer age-long questions like what dark   matter is or paint the full picture of the  Higgs boson’s role in creating our reality.

Some scientists have come up with a theory  that this unknown force may help achieve one   of physics’s biggest goals for the past century:  to unify the fundamental forces of nature. The Large Hadron Collider CERN, which is The European Council for Nuclear  Research, has been carrying out astonishing  

Experiments since the organization first came  into existence in the mid-fifties. They have   been brought into the spotlight numerous  times for various reasons, good and bad. The different experiments that they have  carried out have brought mixed feelings among   people. Some of their experiments have sparked  fear of the possible creation of black holes,  

Rips in our reality, and a host of  other theories due to the huge size   of the organization’s funding and the nature  of their research. Of all their experiments,   one of the most famous and  controversial achievements   which stands out even to this day came when  the Large Hadron Collider was constructed.

The Large Hadron Collider, the largest  particle accelerator in the world,   spans over twenty-seven kilometers  in circumference and costs over   four and a half billion dollars.  That’s a huge amount of money! However, even with this ridiculously large  sum of money, many positive supporters of  

CERN’s experiments would argue that the  money was well spent because the LHC,   since its construction, has led to some  of the most groundbreaking discoveries   of the past few decades. One such eye-opening  discovery is the discovery of the Higgs boson,   which, strangely, is also called the ‘God  particle,’ and many other particles that,  

Before their discovery by the  LHC, had never been seen before. This massive LHC can accelerate various particles  around and around the loop. It does this until   the particles travel near the speed of light and  complete over eleven thousand laps per second. How did they achieve this? They accomplished  this with extremely powerful electromagnetics,  

Creating a magnetic field within the  accelerator. This magnetic field is   more than one hundred thousand times stronger  than the magnetic field surrounding Earth! But only some people are fans of  science, especially not science,   which seems as controversial as the experiments at  CERN. Some people have been wary of the effects of  

Generating a magnetic field of this magnitude  on electronics in the local area and even the   effect it would have on the Earth’s magnetic  field. Let’s hope it doesn’t tear it down. When these particles get to their top speed,  

Which is ninety-nine point nine nine nine  nine nine nine one percent the speed of light,   the particles traveling in opposite directions  are forced to collide with one another,   resulting in a powerful collision to release  massive energy and an assortment of particles.

The LHC was built with the ability  to accelerate a variety of different   particles. This will allow researchers to see  different particles arise after the impacts. What Elon Musk Has To Say According to Musk, between 1998 and  2008, the Large Hadron Collider,   the largest and highest energy particle  collider in the history of mankind,  

Was constructed by CERN. This process was  done with the assistance of more than 10,000   scientists, hundreds of universities, and  laboratories from over one hundred countries. It is located in a tunnel with a 27-kilometer  circumference. The border between France and   Switzerland, close to Geneva, is about  175 meters below ground. The energy of  

The first collision recorded in the Large Hadron  Collider was 3.5 Tera electron volts per beam,   which is nearly four times more than the previous  world record, and that is not all. After the LHC   was further enhanced, the energy went as  high as 6.5 Tera electron volts per beep.

Musk stated that Proton beam collisions  are what the Large Hadron Collider does   best. But in addition to that, it can speed up  beams of heavy ions, especially lead ions. Pro   Photon and lead collisions are usually  carried out for one month each year.

The primary objective of the Large Hadron  Collider is to allow physicists to test   the predictions of many particle physics  theories. It is worth noting that they   are looking for the enormous family of  new particles predicted by subatomic   particle theories and measuring  the features of the Higgs boson.

Hadrons are subatomic composite particles  consisting of quarks and are bound together by   a strong force, similar to how the electromagnetic  force holds atoms and molecules together. Baryons like protons and neutrons are some of the   commonly understood hadrons.  The Pion and Kaon mesons,  

First identified during cosmic ray tests in the  late 1940s and early 1950s, are also included. The LHC brings two opposing particle  beams together so they can collide. A Particle Explosion When these particle collisions eventually occur,   it would result in a shower of particles  whizzing out in all directions;  

These particles have a relatively short  lifespan. Most of them stay in existence for   a fraction of a second or millisecond before  decaying out of existence into nothingness. By varying the types of particles, researchers  can discover new particles in these flurries.   With the help of specially designed technology,  super-sensitive detectors are placed around  

The collision sites to prevent the loss of any  information from every collision, and this massive   amount of information adds up and requires a  huge amount of time and manpower to sift through. The experiments carried out at the  LHC can create more than fifteen  

Petabytes of raw data from these  collisions every year, which the   scientists then meticulously comb through  to sort out the data they are looking for. The LHC achieved a significant milestone  in 2017 when scientists permanently put   over two hundred petabytes of data into  its tape libraries. To put this massive  

Amount of data into consideration,  it would mean that one petabyte   worth of data is equal to around two  hundred and fifty thousand movies. The Higgs Boson The Higgs boson is said to be an elementary  particle that is associated with the Higgs  

Field. It is the quantum excitation of this field;  it’s just like the same way you see ripples in the   sea. The boson itself is like a completely new  kind of animal amid other animals in the zoo of   particles. It has neither the quantum properties  of elementary matter nor those of the carriers of  

Quantum interactions such as electromagnetic  force, weak force, or nuclear interactions. The Higgs boson was discovered  at the Large Hadron Collider,   a groundbreaking discovery made  simultaneously by the two large   multipurpose experiments ATLAS and CMS. It  was announced on the 4th of July 2012 at CERN.

At the time, the new scalar boson was  observed mainly in two rare decay channels,   which offered the cleanest signal; the  decay was observed in a pair of photons,   which involved a purely quantum virtual process,   and the direct decay in a pair of Z bosons,  the carrier of the neutral weak interaction.

The discovery of the Higgs boson at that  time may have completed the standard model,   but this wasn’t the end of investigating  this elusive particle. One of the significant   discoveries made since 2012 involved  confirmation of the decay of the Higgs. According to CERN at that time,  

The investigation of this elusive particle  will deepen during the third run of the LHC,   particularly when the particle accelerator’s  high luminosity upgrade is completed in 2029. This will allow the LHC to conduct more  collisions, providing researchers with   more opportunities to spot exotic physics,  including phenomena beyond the standard model.

CERN has estimated that as the  accelerator is upgraded each year,   it will create 15 million of these particles.  This is compared to 3 million Higgs bosons   created by the LHC in 2017. This may be key  to detecting other flavors of the Higgs boson.

Theories that go beyond the standard  model of particle physics also predict   as many as five different types of Higgs boson,   which may be produced less frequently than the  primary Higgs boson. Even before the upgrades,   scientists have already provided strong  evidence of a magnetic Higgs boson.

But what is so important  about this Higgs boson anyway? This Higgs field played an extremely important  and decisive role in the first moments after the   universe’s birth. It determines the very nature of  the vacuum which fills our space-time. It Is why  

Matter and interactions exist as we know them, and  it is responsible for the appearance of the mass   of all known elementary particles. Without the  Higgs field, and thus without the Higgs boson,   there would be no atomic elements,  stars, or life in this universe. Why is The Higgs Boson Called The ‘’God Particle’?

The Higgs boson’s moniker “the God  Particle ” was strengthened upon   its discovery due to popular media. The  origin of this is usually linked to Nobel   Prize-winning physicist Leon Lederman  who had referred to the Higgs boson in   frustration as the “Goddamn Particle” with  regards to how difficult it was to detect.

According to Business Insider, when Lederman  wrote a book on the Higgs boson in the 1990s,   he had wanted the title to be “The Goddamn  Particle,” but the publishers refused and   changed this to “The God Particle.” That was  the beginning of a troublesome connection   between the particle and religion,  which still bothers physicists today.

Still, it’s hard to overstate the importance of  the Higgs boson and the Higgs field because only   particles would have mass with this aspect of  nature. That means there would be no stars, no   planets, and no people, something which may be a  little justification for its hyperbolic nickname.

Why Do Some Scientists  Still Study the Higgs Boson? Besides the obvious necessity to perform the most  precise characterization of the new particle,   there are two main reasons why scientists  still study the Higgs boson. First,   they want to understand how the physical vacuum  in which we live was created in the early  

Universe. Secondly, they want to understand  how this physical vacuum can be made stable. The Higgs field is unique, providing a non-zero  mean expected potential energy to the physical   vacuum! In essence, this is what makes  the whole difference for our universe.  

Scientists believe that there is a possibility  I’m accessing the shape of the energy potential,   which is responsible for the very  existence of the electromagnetic   force of infinite range and the weak  force acting at very short ranges. To do this, scientists must study how the Higgs  bosons interact with themselves! And for this,  

They need to produce pairs of Higgs bosons! The Higgs boson helped solve the important  question of the origin of the mass of all other   elementary particles. However, its mass is yet to  be explained. Any symmetry of the theory does not  

Protect this mass and brings unwanted instability.  To such an extent that through quantum processes,   the physical vacuum itself could become  destabilized by quantum fluctuations. Fortunately, this is on timescales, which is  considerably larger than the known lifetime of   the universe, but scientists are still looking for  additional Higgs boson-like particles that would  

Signal the existence of the new physics that  is needed to stabilize the Higgs boson mass. All these factors motivate the analysis  of much more data and, if possible,   access to higher collider energies.  This is why thousands of scientists   worldwide are still dedicated to  the task even after ten years!

Why Did it Take So Long to  Discover The Higgs Boson? The Higgs Boson was proposed  in 1964 and discovered in   2012. Science enthusiasts have  wondered why it took so long. It is because the Higgs boson is  both heavy and extremely unstable.   To produce such a heavy particle,  the scientists had to concentrate  

A considerable amount of energy in a small  volume. They needed a high-energy collider. Once the Higgs particles are produced, they  decay in many different ways, and only a small   fraction of them can be distinguished from the  common background. Scientists constructed the  

Largest and most complex detectors to identify  such particles. Then, they analyzed hundreds   of billions of proton-proton collision  events to extract a Higgs boson signal. Could CERN have opened a Dimensional Portal? The question remains: will CERN’s  projects and discoveries help us   make bold discoveries? Or will it  send us to meet our ultimate demise?

Conspiracy theorists have three popular  theories regarding what CERN is really up to. The first and scariest theory which caused people   to point accusing fingers at CERN is  that CERN is trying to open a portal   leading to hell. Some people believe that  CERN’s tampering with subatomic particles  

Traveling at the speed of light will lead  us past the gates of the ultimate fire. However, CERN has clarified that its goal  for creating antimatter is to understand   matter and mass better. The encyclopedia  has defined antimatter to be subatomic   particles with the reverse electrical  charge of matter. Those who support the  

Big Bang Theory think that antimatter was  created during the universe’s formation and   should represent matter equally. But on  the flip side, antimatter is very rare. The second CERN conspiracy theory is that  of the Mandela Effect.The Mandela Effect is  

Simply a phenomenon when many people remember an  event from the past occurring differently than in   reality. Some conspiracy theorists think CERN’s  particle experiments will likely cause shifts in   our reality and push our world into an alternate  dimension, creating a large-scale Mandela Effect. Third and finally, some  conspiracy theorists believe  

That human sacrifice happens  on-site at the CERN complex. A video supposedly appeared online 2016 claiming  that ritual sacrifices were happening at CERN. The   video supposedly showed several cloaked figures  walking around the grounds of CERN. It was   speculated that the footage captured a young girl  being stabbed in the chest by the cloaked figures.

According to The Guardian, at the time, a  CERN spokesperson came up to debunk the claim,   saying that the ritual was staged as  part of an elaborate prank.The question   of whether police investigation took  place after that is yet to be answered.

It is no news that CERN has been a long-time  target of conspiracy theories. Thus,   it’s no surprise that on July 5, 2022, when  scientists resumed activity after three years of   completing upgrades and maintenance, conspiracy  theories would also show their faces online.

While science hopefuls may find this news  disappointing, it is clear that CERN has   no plans to open a portal to hell,  the future, or any other dimensions. Ghost Particles Detected Beams of protons keep whizzing around  the 27-kilometer loop of the world’s  

Largest particle accelerator, more than 300  feet underground. For over a decade now,   its ability to smash particles  together at extremely high energy   has been helping humanity peek into  the virgin frontiers of physics. FASER, the Forward Search Experiment detector  at the LHC, has achieved an unexpected goal.  

For the first time, it spotted high-energy  neutrinos created by a particle collider,   detecting 153 events that were neutrino  interactions with extremely high certainty. This significant milestone in particle  physics could help scientists deepen   their understanding of highly energetic  neutrino interactions in the universe and  

Unravel the secrets of how stars  burn and explode into supernovas! Neutrinos are tiny subatomic particles that  are found almost everywhere. Every time atomic   nuclei combine or break away, neutrinos  come into existence. They are produced by   cosmic rays and radioactive decay in particle  accelerators and nuclear reactors on Earth,  

And even in a banana – from the natural  radioactivity of the potassium in the fruit. However, these massless and chargeless particles  are the ultimate cosmic ‘ghost.’ Once produced,   they rarely interact with matter. About 100  billion neutrinos pass through each square  

Centimeter of our body every second, but they  are so elusive that we can’t even feel them. This elusive nature earned them the  nickname ‘ghost particles,’ scientists   have been chasing them since they were first  seen zipping from a nuclear reactor in 1956.

Physicists first detected the signatures of  six neutrinos in 2021, but it took them two   whole years to finally collect enough data to  conclude that these ghostly particles were real! James Boyd, a particle physicist at  CERN and co-spokesperson for FASER,   explained that the ghost particles  can tell us about deep space in ways  

We can’t learn otherwise. These very  high-energy neutrinos in the LHC are   crucial and help us understand exciting  particle astrophysics observations. The experiment will continue to take data  until the end of 2025. Scientists expect to   find more such ‘ghost neutrinos’ and unveil the  intricacies of physics that we’re yet to explore.

Can The Large Hadron Collider Trigger Earthquakes? Earthquakes are natural hazards that are  caused by the movement of tectonic plates.   When these plates move towards, apart, or  even past each other, they can lock up and   build up stresses at their boundaries, such  as the middle of the Atlantic Ocean or along  

The Pacific rim. When the plates suddenly slip  apart, this stress is relieved, which causes a   release of huge amounts of energy, leading to an  earthquake. The LHC cannot trigger earthquakes. Many earthquakes occur across the Earth each year,  teaching several million, but most are too small  

To be detected without monitoring equipment.  There is no way by which the LHC could trigger   earthquakes, and there is no correlation between  LHC operation and the occurrence of earthquakes. Some high-precision instruments  at CERN can detect earthquakes   due to their sharp sensitivity  to tiny movements. In the LHC,  

There are more than a hundred Hydrostatic  Levelling Sensors. These sensors monitor   the displacements of the magnets that steer beams  of particles around the LHC’s 27-kilometer ring. These sensors can detect the waves emitted by  earthquakes occurring very far away after their  

Journey through the Earth. The Precision Laser  Inclinometer is another tool used to measure   the movements of underground structures  that can affect the precise positioning   of the LHC’s particle detectors. These are  also sensitive enough to detect earthquakes. CERN and Its Purpose.

CERN is an acronym for the French “Conseil  Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire,” or   European Council for Nuclear Research; it  is a provisional body that was founded in   1952 and saddled with the responsibilities  of establishing a world-class fundamental   physics research organization in Europe.  At inception, pure physics research was  

Concentrated on understanding the inside  of the atom, hence the word “nuclear.” Our understanding of matter today is wider.  It goes much deeper than the nucleus,   and CERN’s main area of research is particle  physics. For this reason, the laboratory   operated by CERN is often called the European  Laboratory for Particle Physics. Particle  

Physics studies the fundamental constituents  of matter and the forces that act between them. At CERN, the scientists use the world’s  largest and most complex scientific   instruments. They use these to study the  basic constituents of matter. We want to   advance the boundaries of human knowledge by  delving into the smallest building blocks of  

Our universe. What will CERN uncover next, and  what will it mean for the future of science? What are your thoughts on these discoveries? Do  you think they can potentially affect us? Let   us know in the comments. Thank you for watching.  Remember to like and subscribe to see more videos.

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