Ghosts have been a subject of interest for science for a very long time. Though the books and research have always negated the reality of ghosts. Still, throughout the decades, scientists have pursued the research. Brian Cox, who is a professor of astronomy and physics in University of Manchester, have denied the existence of Ghosts entirely and have clarified it with an evidence in his podcast titled as The Infinite Monkey Cage, that if they would have existed then the CERN’s Large Hadron Collider would have been able to capture them.
Cox explains that LHC Particle Accelerator has superconducting magnets as well as accelerators which can detect millions of particles moving at high speeds. He also added that the machine is built with the technology that can comprehend to every possible mystery in the universe. Speaking about the no-ghost theory as stated by the scientist, he explains that the LHC Particle Accelerator has been reading out information related to decay of particles, and in return provides a possible lead on new particles. Covered in a press release by CREN.
No Ghost Energy Around
Cox has backed up his argument with the scientific law which states that -any energy form is subject to dissipation upon heating. The law comes under the second law of thermodynamics. The scientist claims that ghosts should be made of energy basically and not matter which makes it an easier job of recognising them by the LHC Particle Accelerator.
“If we want some sort of pattern that carries information about our living cells to persist then we must specify precisely what medium carries that pattern and how it interacts with the matter particles out of which our bodies are made”, confirms Cox to Independent.
About LHC Particle Accelerator
LHC Particle Accelerator is one super machine that scientists have created to study the interaction in between the particles. An excellent built, the LHC particle accelerator is capable of reading the hidden elementary particles as well. CERN’s LHC Particle Accelerator is located near the safe vicinity of the Franco-Swiss border and is approx 17 miles long.