Large Hadron Collider Creates "Mini Big Bang"
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The Large Hadron Collider has successfully created a "mini-Big Bang" by smashing together lead ions.

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The scientists working at the LHC, housed in a 27km-long circular tunnel near Geneva, achieved the unique conditions on 7 Nov 2010. The experiment created temperatures a million times hotter than at the centre of the Sun.   Physicists hope to learn more about the so-called 'strong force' - the force that binds the nuclei of atoms together and that is responsible for 98% of their mass.
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