Sunday, November 22, 2009

CERN: LHC is better understood than before

That's right... CERN didn't understand their Big Bang Machine before, The Large Hadron Collider, even after issuing a safety report by their own people, but they understand it far better now. Explains CERN physicist Brian Cox's numerous statements of not knowing what to expect. You'll love his last statement. <-- Click!

Steve Myers, Director for Accelerators at CERN:
"The LHC is a far better understood machine than it was a year ago. We've learned from our experience, and engineered the technology that allows us to move on. That's how progress is made." Link

So to all you fear mongers, the LHC is better understood now. Not fully understood, but maybe one day when we implode. Don't make me call you anti-science!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

So these jokers lied when they stated in their safety report that future experiments are safe when they didn't understand the machine? Probably still don't!

Why isn't anyone trying to stop these psychos?!!!