330 feet under Cessy, France (CNN) -- The biggest hazard for anyone lucky enough to see CMS, one of the major detector experiments deep underground at the Large Hadron Collider, is tripping.
"So watch where you step," physicist Joe Incandela said as we descended in an elevator 27 stories below the surface of the Earth.
Absolutely insane this complex. A true feat of human engineering.
I agree I just wish we can spend that much money time and effort on things we can control a little better. We will not be significant enough to get anything really meaningful out of this universe experiment. We have so much to still learn about earth and our selves yet know one really invests into it like they do CERN..
And to be honest... That thing is extremely dangerous and scary, if I remember right I read something saying that when they collide it forms a tiny black hole or something...
How long till we get a Particle Accelerator?