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The acronym—CERN—is based on an old French name, Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire [European Council for Nuclear Research]. ) CERN scientists conducted a study in 2003 that showed fast-moving particles called cosmic rays collide with particles in Earth’s atmosphere with even greater energy than they would in LHC. If such collisions were powerful enough to bring about doomsday, they would have already done so. Worries about the risks associated with LHC operation illustrate the confusion and debate over the usefulness of these high-energy devices.
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Advances in Photochemistry by James N. Pitts, etc.