Tech giant and billionaire Elon Musk has hit social media with another outbreak. This time, the founder and CEO of Tesla called CERN’s Large Hadron Collider. Musk shared a meme on Twitter in which he called CERN’s Large Hadron Collider “evil technology.” The meme read: “Please let me use the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. I am normal and can be trusted with demonic technology the world has never seen before. »
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator located underground in Geneva, Switzerland. The Large Hadron Collider was built by the European Organization for Nuclear Research with the participation of over 10,000 scientists, hundreds of universities and laboratories, with the cooperation of over 100 countries. It is located in a tunnel 27 kilometers (17 mi) in diameter and 175 meters (574 ft) deep below the Franco-Swiss border near Geneva. The LHC is one of the most expensive scientific instruments ever built, with a budget of €7.5 billion (about $9 billion or £6.19 billion as of June 2010).
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The Large Hadron Collider is on the hunt for dark matter, using its unique accelerator to slam atoms together in a discovery that could completely change science. According to CERN scientists, stars, planets and galaxies in the universe make up only 5% of its matter. The LHC first became operational on September 10, 2008.but the first tests were delayed by 14 months, from September 19, 2008 to November 20, 2009, due to a magnet blowout incident that damaged over 50 superconducting magnets, their supports, and the vacuum tube.
No wonder Elon’s tweet got a lot of attention and split the internet. Many users fried it, and only a few agreed with Musk’s opinion.
“Let’s go back to calling technology you don’t understand ‘demonic’, shall we? You are very 1400 Elon,” one user wrote, snapping at Musk. “This is the beginning of the end of the world. Pass the popcorn,” another user told Musk.
Let’s go back to the name of technologies that you don’t understand “demonic”, right?
Very 1400 of you Elon.
— Andres Bordoni (@BordoniAndres) August 21, 2022
This is the beginning of the end of the world. Pass the popcorn
— 𝕯𝖆𝖓𝖆 🌞 (@daelmor) August 22, 2022
One user criticized Musk, saying, “Bro, you have enough money to build your own. Create it and pretend you did it so you can “fact check” their research.
Rumors that this is a “gate to hell” are greatly exaggerated. The deadly ones do not wish us harm and want to be our friends.”
Brother, you have enough money to build your own. Create it and state that you did it so you can “fact check” their research.
Rumors that this is a “gate to hell” are greatly exaggerated. The deadly ones do not wish us harm and want to be our friends.
— trollUlikeAhurricane (@TrollULikeThis) August 21, 2022
One user wrote in support of Musk: “All possible outcomes are incomprehensible. Why do we, as a population, allow them to test without restrictions? To which one user replied: “The CERN particle accelerator cannot create a cosmic black hole. The machine will also not cause displacement in time or space. This machine is used by researchers to analyze how particles in the universe work. »
All possible outcomes are unfathomable.
Why, being densely populated, do we allow them to test without restrictions?
— Crypto King (@Cryptoking) August 21, 2022
The CERN particle accelerator cannot create a cosmic black hole. The machine will also not cause displacement in time or space. This machine is used by researchers to analyze how particles in the universe work.
— johnny-bravo.eth (@johnnybravoeth) August 21, 2022
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