Question 1: Current particle accelerators are only able to speed up particles up to around 0.16c. However, in nuclear reactors, radioactive nuclei release subatomic particles, i.e. electrons, at more than 0.75c. To increase efficiency and perhaps to observe how particles collide at high speeds, would it be possible to use a magnetic field to control the direction of the emitted electrons by radioactive substances? Where we put two identical radioactive particles in the particle accelerator (i.e. Ra-228), such that the half lives are equal. When they emit radiation, can we alter their random emission direction by applying a magnetic field, so that the particles collide? Question 2: To ensure a higher chance of radiation emission, can we use the Quantum Zeno effect, to increase the chance for which particles decay?