The Large Hadron Collider Discovers 3 New Exotic Particles 

By Vishnu

CERN, the world’s gigantic atom smasher

CERN, based in Geneva

The observation of three new "exotic particles" could provide clues about the force that binds subatomic particles jointly.

The LHC consists of a 27-kilometre ring

Scientists at CERN say they have observed a unique type of "pentaquark" 

the third time the LHC has carried out collisions since its debut in 2008.

The LHC's underground ring of superconducting magnets propel microscopic particles along a 17-mile circuit and at nearly light speed, smashing them together