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Doomsayers link Iran quake to 'Big Bang'
It was just after few hours of the LHC experiment of Big Bang when the violent earthquake reading 6.1 on the Richter scale struck southern Iran. Possibly, Lord Shiva's violent dance might have commenced, say doomsayers

WAS THE earthquake that shook Bandar Abbas in Hormuzgan province of South Iran on Wednesday (September 10) at 1100 GMT an effect of the CERN’s Large Hadron Collider Experiment (LHC)? This landmark experiment also took place on the same day at 1 pm Indian Standard Time (IST). Probably the Doomsday of the universe is not so far, if the prophets of doom are to be believed.

It was just after few hours of the LHC experiment when the violent earthquake reading 6.1 on the Richter scale struck southern Iran. The Doomsday may not be far when the entire earth will be destroyed into pieces and the living beings will face their ultimatum.

These negative thoughts have been set loose by pessimists because of the earthquake. People are thinking such because the LHC experiment has occurred in the French-Swiss border that is just above the Eurasian plate. This tectonic plate is near to the Indian and Arabic plates. Possibly, today’s earthquake is the impact of CERN’s LHC Experiment.

Large Hadron Collider (LHC), a 27-km-long underground experimental station was set up to conduct another Big Bang explosion, aiming to create one more earth. Being one of the most powerful particle accelerator ever built on earth, this collider is able to generate particle beams, which are extremely powerful. It is contained in a circular underground tunnel through which the scientists are attempting to circulate a particle beam.

The masterminds behind such a landmark experiment belong to the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN). A huge amount of $ 4 billion has been spent in this historical scientific experiment. Earlier, critics demanded not to conduct such an experiment as the Large Hadron Collider could have an effect on Earth. But some groups also supported the same idea, stating the same as an innovative scientific step.

There are warnings from different strata of society that the same collision can create a huge ’Black Hole’, which will engulf the entire earth and bring it to an end. But ignoring all kinds of contradictory statements, the CERN officials have conducted their test today. The concerned scientists have attempted to search the missing links in the standard model of physics. The relevant subject suggests three fundamental interactions among the elementary particles. According to the scientists, the first high-energy collision will occur on October 21, 2008. But today’s earthquake in Iran can pose a big question mark. Does the world start to end?
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