27km of tunnel underground ,designed with mind to send photons around a circle that closses through Switzerland and France.
80 nations contribute scientic advance.
two beams of protons swing 'round through the ring they ride 'til in the heart of the detectors
they're made to collide!
and all that energy packed in such tiny bit of room becomes mass particle created from the vacuum and then ...
LHCb sees where antimaters gone.
ALICE looks at collisions of lead ions
CMS and ATLAS are two of a kind;they're looking for whatever new particles they can find
the LHC accelerates the protons and lead. and the things it discovers will rock you in the head.
we see the asteroids and planets, stars galore.
we know a black hole resides at each galaxy's core.
but even all that matter cannot explain what holds all these stars together something elese remains.
this dark matter interacts onry through gravity.
And how do you catch a particle there's no way to see?
take it back to conservation of energy, and particles appear clear as can be.
You see particles flyin' in jets they spray, but you notice there ain't nothin' goin' the other way.
You say "My law has just been violated! That don't make sense! That gotta be another particle to make this balamce!"
And it might be dark matter and for the first time, we catch a glimpse of what must fill most of the known 'Verse Because...
Antimatter is sort of like matter's evil twin.
Because except for charge and handedness of spin, they're the same for a particle and its anti-self.
but you can't store an anti-particle on any shelf.
Cuz when it meets its normal twin, they both annihilate.
Matter turns to energy, and then, it dissipates.
When matter is created from energy which is exactly what they'll do in the LHC, you get matter and antimatter in equal parts,
and they try to take this back to when the universes states: the Big Bang