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10 Reasons the Multiverse Is a Real Possibility
The multiverse — different realms where every choice spawns a separate universe for a different version of ourselves. Learn more at HowStuffWorks. See more »
Where do they get the particles for accelerators?
Grabbing particles for collisions isn't as easy as just cupping your hands and blowing some subatomic particles into the LHC. So how does it happen? See more »
What is supersymmetry?
Supersymmetry just might explain how the tiniest parts of the cosmos work. Learn more about what supersymmetry is at HowStuffWorks. See more »
What is the multiverse?
The multiverse is an extension of the Standard Model that tries to explain some big outstanding questions. Learn more about the multiverse. See more »
What does the Higgs boson look like?
When something as important as the Higgs boson rocks our world, we want to know everything about it. So what does the Higgs look like? See more »
Why is the LHC 27 kilometers in circumference?
Why do such itty-bitty pieces of barely-matter need 27 kilometers to roam? Learn why the circumference of the LHC is so long at HowStuffWorks. See more »
What do particle physicists see when collisions happen?
What do particle physicists see when collisions happen? Find out what particle collisions look like in this article. See more »
Can the LHC prove string theory?
String theory is the basic idea that everything in the universe is fundamentally composed of vibrating strings. Can the LHC prove that it's true? See more »
Can supersymmetry and the multiverse both be true simultaneously?
Supersymmetry: the idea that the particles we know about have as-yet-underscovered force partners. Multiverse: exactly what it sounds like. Can they coexist? See more »
Has the LHC found any practical uses for the Higgs boson?
The Higgs boson has been hailed as a keystone in our understanding of the universe. Find out whether it has practical uses in this article. See more »
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