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MANY TikTok accounts have been sharing doomsday theories about CERN’s Large Hadron Collider, sparking fear on the platform.
Conspiracy theories about the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) have been running rampant on TikTok, raking in millions of views.
On July 4 2012, scientists used the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) to study a spin-zero particle known as the Higgs boson.
Ten years later, the Geneva-based physics institution announced they were firing up the LHC once more.
But now conspiracy theorists believe that the LHC will open a “portal” to another dimension following experimentation, which resumed on July 3.
One TikTok user claimed that scientists are trying to “reverse engineer the Big Bang”.
“There’s a possibility that this can create a black hole, an alternate universe or a portal,” the TikToker said.
That video has garnered more than 400,000 likes and nearly 20,000 comments.
“I don’t know man I’m very concerned about it,” one user commented under the popular reel.
A second TikToker made a similar claim in a separate video that has received more than 250,000 likes.
“The [scientists] are opening a portal to another dimension, where the other universes are,” she said.
“They know this, they’re just trying to hide it from you.”
In response to the video, one fear-stricken user said: “Jesus Christ protect us all.”
Meanwhile, other TikTok creators have been demystifying CERN and the LHC’s purpose to others via ‘debunking’ videos’.
User @New_Age_Mythbuster posted a reel that shared facts from CERN’s website in an attempt to quell people’s fears.
What is the LHC?
CERN’s Large Hadron Collider is the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator.
It’s located 300 feet under the Swiff-French border in a massive tunnel.
First launched on September 10, 2008, LHC remains the latest addition to CERN’s accelerator complex.
What is CERN using the LHC for?
CERN studies high-energy physics and is using LHC to further its research.
LHC basically uses electromagnetic fields to make particles move extremely quickly.
CERN has been conducting a series of experiments that began on July 3, 2022.
On July 5, the experimental collisions at LHC uncovered three new “exotic particles”, per Fox News.