The fourth of the United Nations Planetary Projects completed during the Twenty-third century. This particle accelerator, dedicated to the theoretical physicist that predicted and named quarks, was constructed parallel with the Sanchez Ring girding the Earth’s equator at an altitude of 2,000km. The accelerator pushed concentrated clouds of heavy leptons, protons, and antiprotons using superconducting electromagnets powered by the Tesla Ribbon. The counter-rotating clouds of particles were studied in collision at eight sites around the circuit. Energy levels of Tev were achieved in some of the experiments that confirmed elements of the supersymmetry theory and Manifold theory.