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Wednesday 23 June 2010

Large Hadron Collider: scientists create sound of ‘God particle’

Sounds set to be made by the subatomic ‘God’ particle at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) have been simulated by scientists aiming to make the £6bn experiment more accessible.

LHC Sound, a collaboration of particle physicists, musicians and artists in London, has converted data expected from collisions into sounds in a process called sonification.

Dr Lily Asquith, one of the team, explained in a recent blog entry:

“Sound seems the perfect tool with which to represent the complexity of the data; our ears are superb at locating the source and location of sounds relative to one another, we can hear a vast range of frequencies and distinguish timbres (different instruments) before they have even played a full cycle.

This sounds to me as if someone is at last looking at different ways of sensing what is essentially hidden from human beings operating in a four dimensional space-time. Readers of my blogs will know that I believe our observable universe is but half of the whole; the other half being described in 'negative' dimensions. We also know that mathematicians have shown how manifolds described in negative dimensions can still vibrate at measurable frequencies.

Will Lily Asquith be the first person to prove the existence of man's real spiritual side. Will she prove that the Higgs Boson exists but can never be contained in our universe. I wish her luck.

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