1.- Electroweak interaction broke its symmetry about 1ps after the Big Bang and two different types of interactions appeared: weak interactions and electrodynamics. 2.- The LHC at Geneva is routinely conducting experiments above the energy threshold of electroweak unification. Could these experiments reproduce (at a very small scale) the state the Universe was at 1ps after the Big Bang? 3.- If so, have they foud any evidence of the massless right and left handed electrons? Have the found any evidence of the three massless W bosons and the massless B boson? 4.- If not, can they? After all, there are no such fields in our frozen Universe. How could all these particles exist without the corresponding vacuum fields from which they could be brought into existence?