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Will the collider prove that God does not exist?
The Large Hadron Collider aims to reproduce conditions just after the “Big Bang” 14 billion years ago in an attempt to gain new insights into how the universe was formed.
It may prove the existence of the so-called “God particle,” the mysterious theoretical atomic fragment that lies at the heart of matter.
It may even point to the possible reality of a number of new dimensions.
But by going so close to the origin of the universe it is, some believe, “staring in the face of God.” If it manages to explain the mysteries of creation, does that then mean there is no God?
Do you believe in the Big Bang theory – and is it compatible with the existence of God?