If you thought the world was going to end with the activation of the Large Hadron Collider, it ain’t over yet!
There’s something bigger and much badder come in the future.
The Daily Mail writes:
A laser powerful enough to tear apart the fabric of space could be built in Britain.The major scientific project will follow in the footsteps of the Large Hadron Collider and will answer questions about the universe.The laser will be capable of producing a beam of light so intense that it will be similar to the light the earth receives from the sun but focused on a speck smaller than a pin prick.Scientists say it will be so powerful they will be able to boil the very fabric of space and create a vacuum.A vacuum fizzles with mysterious particles that come in and out of existence but the phenomenon happens so fast that no-one has ever actually been able to prove it.It is hoped the Extreme Light Infrastructure Ultra-High Field Facility would allow scientists to prove the particles are real by pulling the vacuum fabric apart.Scientists even believe it might help them to prove whether other dimensions actually exist.
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