Finally, I visited the longed-for LHC European Large Hadron Collider and its exhibition hall Globe of Science and Innovation. It is free of charge. The exhibition hall is open every day. Individuals can visit it anytime, but they can't enter CERN. They need to book the group online several weeks in advance. The particle accelerator in a 27-kilometre tunnel 100 metres deep beneath the border between Geneva and France, Switzerland, was built in 40 countries. CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, invited more than 7,000 scientists and engineers from 80 countries to study basic physics (such as the origin of the universe), where it is said that most of the world's smartest brains are located. These include more than 100 experts from China. A real scientist gives you a deep and simple explanation. We were introduced to Professor Qian from Peking University, who has worked here part-time for 29 years. This is the forefront of the development of basic physics in the world. The Higgs boson, known as the God particle, was discovered 50 years ago in 2013, beautifully adding the last piece of jigsaw to the standard elementary particle model. I joined a group of young people in their 10s and 20s, potential future scientists, who stayed there for a whole day before reluctantly leaving.
The European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN) is an important global particle research institute, focusing on simulating the initial state of the universe after the Big Bang. This is the world's most talented place, is the world's largest particle physics laboratory, from 80 countries, 6500 scientists and engineers are engaged in scientific research here. The "God Particle" (Higgs Boson), which has just won the Nobel Prize in Physics, was found here. The world's largest particle accelerator, the 27-kilometer-long Large Hadron Collider (LHC), is buried deep underground and runs through the border between Switzerland and France. It is where antimatter is made and stolen in the novel Angel and Devil, and where Richel's eternal destination is the Big Bang of Life. At the same time, it is also the birthplace of the World Wide Web (www). The Microcosm exhibition is next to the Reception of CERN, located in Building No. 33 of CERN. The European Organization for Nuclear Research (EURO) is not only a research institute, but also a popular science base. Visitors can visit the exhibition, the Microcosm and the particle collider in advance. At CERN's restaurant, you can still get good coffee, plentiful lunch and delicate dessert for very little money. The people sitting next to you may be the realistic version of Sheldon, or the future Einstein. Listen carefully. Maybe they are really discussing the universe about the ultimate human pole.
This is the world's highest technology in physics, the most famous here is the nuclear collider, known as the place where black holes can be made. In fact, after the visit, I don't think there is much mystery, but I still benefit a lot from learning physics here. It's worth bringing children.
I have to say that CERN's hardware is good and convenient, such as Fiat 500, which can be used for free and short time, free letter service in Switzerland, staff members are all kinds of nice. It's really a disguised benefit that a wealthy boss can send his research migrant workers to work here for a period of time, but the task must be completed first, and then the boss will give you the money.
Perhaps the most talented place in the world is the European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Meihan, western Geneva. This is the world's largest laboratory of particle physics, unknowingly powerful God's particle found here. 6,500 scientists and engineers from 80 countries are doing scientific research here. When you wander around the door, you meet TA said. Maybe it's Einstein II.
In the forefront of scientific research in the world, more than 10,000 people are here to explore the origin of the universe and the essence of the world. Both pavilions are doing very well, so that people can clearly understand what is done here and how it developed. Let me feel that if I have the chance to choose my life again, I must do the research of quantum science.
Here is the world's largest particle physics laboratory, focusing on the initial state of the universe after the Big Bang. Here, you can visit the Museum of Particle Physics. There are famous particle colliders, guided lectures, listen carefully, very good science popularization base.
I feel very lucky to have been invited to work in Cren and think that the Chinese people have given us a lot of explanations and understanding of physical knowledge. A place ignored by the Chinese government can actually cultivate a lot of rich students, which will give some impetus to China's manufacturing industry and so on.