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Time travel, God's particle and Higgs singlet: how messages might be sent to the past or future

Stephanie Gardiner, SMH | March 23, 2011
Scientists believe they are one step closer to creating time travel.

The Large Hadron Collider, which cost more than $4 billion to build, has attracted plenty of controversy.

Before it started working, some feared it would create black holes and its operation was delayed several times due to a string of technical problems, including a liquid helium leak in 2008.

 

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