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July 5th, The world is Ending !! Hoax or Truth?

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Large Hadron Collider CERN July 5th: The world is ending on 5th July !! Well, these kinds of news have always remained in the limelight. This is not the first time people are spreading such sort of things.

This time the news is being spread after the European Organization CERN (Centre European de Recherche Nucleaire) has announced that it is going to restart the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) on the 5th of July. They are restarting it to celebrate its 10th anniversary.

CERN is the operator of the biggest physics laboratory in the world that is dedicated to the study of particles. It built the LHC, which is the biggest and highest-energy particle collider in the world. A team of researchers developed it to understand the physics of particles by colliding them at extreme energy levels.

Operational eras of the collider:

Its first operational round was from 2009 to 2013, the second one was from 2015 to 2018, and now on the 5th of July, its third operational era will begin. The collider was shut down in 2018 to carry out some maintenance work, and now it is being restarted. 

According to the information available on the CERN’s official website, this time, the scientists will conduct experiments to understand the properties of the matter under extremely hot and dense conditions.

Will the world end on 5th July?

After the news of the restart of LHC came out, people started speculating about the consequences. People are saying that the world will end on the 5th of July because LHC will result in the opening of a black hole since the collider is extremely powerful. They are saying that two high-energy particle beams will open a portal before the collision, and the black hole will finish life on Earth. 

And the good news is that there is no truth lies in these speculations. It is just a hoax spreading on social media like others that were spread in the past.

The live telecast of the event:

CERN will broadcast the event of restarting the collider on its social media channels, and you will be able to watch it online.

To watch the live telecast of the LHC restarting event, use any of the following links:

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