Big Bang and religion mixed in Cern debate

By Victoria Gill BBC News

An image of data recorded at Cern during experiments is search of the Higgs boson (c) Cern The discovery of a “Higgs-like particle” inspired this religious and scientific meeting

Some of Europe’s most prominent scientists have opened a debate with philosophers and theologians over the origins of everything.

The event, in Geneva, Switzerland, is described as a search for “common ground” between religion and science over how the Universe began.

It will focus on the Big Bang theory.

The conference was called by Cern, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, in the wake of its Higgs boson discovery.

Cern is the home of the Large Hadron Collider, the world’s largest particle accelerator, situated beneath the French-Swiss border region near Geneva.

 

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