360-Degree Pannable Tour Of The Large Hadron Collider

March 14, 2016


Note: 360-degree video worked for me in Chrome but looks like a headache in Firefox. Consider yourself lovingly warned. *kisses on forehead*

This is a pannable, 360-degree tour of the Large Hadron Collider. The Large Hadron Collider is best known for being the world's most powerful particle accelerator, providing proof of the Higgs Bosom particle, and being the butt of Large Hardon jokes. It will also probably create a black hole and swallow the galaxy. But not before I stand in front of one of the detectors and bombard myself with high-speed particles with the hopes of gaining superpowers. And will those superpowers be enough to save earth when the black hole tries to swallow it? SPOILER: Even if they are I'm not doing it.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Lindsay P, who wants to take a 720-degree tour of the Large Hadron Collider. Come on Lindsay, that is way too many degrees. Anything over 540 and your head might explode.

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