After a 3-year shutdown, CERN collider is ready for restart

The 27-kilometre-long collider, which found the Higgs boson particle, will resume its operations this week after a three-year shutdown.

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  1. If somebody could unlock 100% of the human brain it would be the greatest thing on earth.

  2. Luckily … the rest of science didn’t stop for three years. Imagine shaking a can of soda and opening it. Three years later asking what was …. C”MON

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