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UK Daily Mail
Sept 10, 2012

After discovering the smallest particle that could ever exist, the team at Cern is now considering scaling up – with a brand new collider.

The Geneva-based team which discovered the Higgs Boson this summer is now looking to the future, and are proposing a new underground accelerator with a circumference of 50miles (80kms) – three times the size of the current one under Geneva.

The collider will be used to solve a new batch of mysteries of the universe, such as how gravity interacts on a molecular level.

Any new collider is unlikely to be built until 2025, but the Cern team wish to get a head-start, concerned by the 25-year wait it took between proposing the first collider, and its completion in 2008.

The team is considering a range of options now the original $4.6billion particle collider has served its intended purpose.

Another option is to tear down the colliders in the current tunnel, which runs in a 27km (17miles) circular track around 150m underground near Lake Geneva, and build more sensitive equipment in its place.

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