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+ - LHC prepares marathon Higgs hunt-> 1

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gbrumfiel (1917934) writes "Physicists at the Large Hadron Collider are preparing to run the collider until the end of 2012 in the hopes of finding the Higgs particle, part of the mechanism that endows other particles with mass. The machine was originally supposed to stop in 2011 for a year long upgrade, but scientists now think they can find the Higgs if they run for longer. “If we stop the machine with 3,000 people apiece in the experiments waiting for data, there is no way we could get home at night without having slashed tyres on our cars," says Sergio Bertolucci, CERN's director for research and computing."
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LHC prepares marathon Higgs hunt

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