We are very excited to know more about the exact constitution of our Universe and galaxies. And thats why trying to find out the origin of Universe. Dr Tara Shears explains why scientists think that most of the mass in the universe is made up of something we can’t see & how a new experiment called the Large Hadron Collider might finally tell us exactly what this “Dark Matter” is. We are very hopeful to LHC experiment and the results out of this experiment. In a matter of fact we can trace out about this dark matter which is also referred in prehistoric or ancient cultures of world. This is an awesome news that we once again started finding it. This will make more balance in our evolution process because this time missing constituent will kept in mind.
Equal amounts of matter & antimatter were created at the birth of the universe but there’s very little of it around today. Dr Tara Shears explains why this is one of the greatest mysteries in science & how it might be solved by the biggest experiment in history.
P.S: Tara Shears is a particle physicist and Royal Society University Research Fellow at the University of Liverpool. Since obtaining her PhD in 1995 she has worked on experiments at CERN, the European Centre for Particle Physics, in Switzerland, and at Fermilab in America. Her research interests focus on the properties of bottom quarks and the light they may throw on new fundamental particles and interactions.
A documentary on “Aurora Borealis” the so called The Northern Lights directed by Alan Booth reveals the historical and modern beliefs of Aurora at polar reasons especially where generations are eye witness of this Mystical and strange phenomenon.