Alalam24, Scientists at the world’s largest particle project in Switzerland have proposed building a new particle collider, much larger than the one that currently exists.
The new collider aims to discover new particles that could revolutionize physics and lead scientists to a more complete understanding of how the universe works.
If approved, the project would be three times larger than the current massive machine in Switzerland.
However, the cost of building the new collider, estimated at £12 billion, has raised eyebrows, with one critic calling the project’s spending “reckless.”
These funds, which represent only the initial construction cost, would come from member states of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), of which Britain is also a member. Some experts have questionedtheeconomic logic of such an expense.