Psst! The LHC is running, and we're still alive.

by JGordon on Mar. 30th, 2010

The Large Hadron Collider recorded its first record-breaking proton collisions today, smashing subatomic particles into each other with about 3.5 times as much energy as any other experiment.

I don't know about all of you, but I haven't been consumed by a micro black hole yet. Or maybe I have, and I just don't realize it. If that's the case, don't even worry about it—life in the hole is pretty much like it was on the outside.

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