The astoundingly complex LHC “atom smasher” at theCERN center in Geneva, Switzerland, will be fired up to its maximum energylevels ever in an attempt to spot – or even generate – tiny black holes. Ifsuccessful a totally new universe will be exposed – modifying completely notonly the physics books but the philosophy books too. It is even probable thatgravity from our own universe may “transfer” into this parallel universe, researchersat the LHC say. The experiment is assured to intensify alarmist critics of theLHC, many of whom at first warned the high energy particle collider would startthe end of our universe with the making a black hole of its own. But so farGeneva stays intact and securely outside the event horizon.