Step inside the Large Hadron Collider (360 video) – BBC News


A 360 tour of CERN that takes you deep inside the Large Hadron Collider – the world’s greatest physics experiment – with BBC Click’s Spencer Kelly.
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  1. Why doesn't it work for me even though I used chrome on my PC? Is it because Ubuntu doesn't support 360 view or I don't know how to use it. Please help anybody.
    Thank you

  2. It's a pile of junk and a waste of tax-payers' money.
    There has never been substantiated evidence that the universe even ever began, and certainly not with a bang. What's more, some cosmologists accept that the universe is infinite; but then if it is, how can this report suggest that the universe is 95 percent dark matter and dark energy, when you can't have a percentage of infinity?
    Why not accept that the universe never began, that it is a non-entity? The nature of the universe, after all, can only amount to a philosophical question that can never be one for science. When science becomes involved in such questions, there is always the risk that the theories will amount to nothing more than bad philosophies; and the LHC, I dare say, is based on one of these.

  3. we zijn er net achter gekomen met een illigale deeltjesversneller dat er deeltjes zijn die 16 miljoen keer sneller gaan dan de lichtsnelheid.
    we just found out in a illigale particle accelerator that particles can traffel 16 million times faster than the speed of light

  4. Yet another complete waste of money. Believe it or not, God exists. Don't take the fanatical christians or the warfaring muslims word for it – they are obviously as confused as possible.

  5. Awesome machine, great video spoiled by overpowering "music" rendering Spencer Kelley's narrative almost unintelligible at times. Was the sad-faced (behind you, at 1:32) cameraman doing the mixing as well?

  6. Ive been in the cms cavern during an upgrade in 2014. nice 360 vid. But nothing beats being there. the sheer size and smell and sounds of all the bits of gear running. amazing place. called the largest machine in the world for a very real reason!