Particle collision/bubble chamber CERN  --  Am I the only one who thinks this looks like Gallifreyan writing?

Particle collision/bubble chamber CERN -- Am I the only one who thinks this looks like Gallifreyan writing?

CMS cern images are like science meets art!

CMS cern images are like science meets art!

Full Result Of Higgs Boson Experiments Have Been Published : Have You Read? - On July 4, 2012, scientists/physicists at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) announced that they have discovered Higgs Boson, the 'God particle'. It's being called 'God Particle' because the particle is believed to be the key to unifying the standard and quantum models of physics. After that, many experiments were done in August to be more sure. Recently, full result of Higgs Boson has been published officially…

Full Result Of Higgs Boson Experiments Have Been Published : Have You Read? - On July 4, 2012, scientists/physicists at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) announced that they have discovered Higgs Boson, the 'God particle'. It's being called 'God Particle' because the particle is believed to be the key to unifying the standard and quantum models of physics. After that, many experiments were done in August to be more sure. Recently, full result of Higgs Boson has been published officially…

Did the Large Hadron Collider Just Debunk Superstring Theory?

Did the Large Hadron Collider Just Debunk Superstring Theory?

The calorimeter of the Large Hadron Collider, where particle collisions are measured: just a small part of the 17-mile tunnel. The LHC accelerates a tiny amount of matter -- a billionth of a gram, less than a speck of dust -- to such speeds that something hit by the beam receives an energy equivalent to the detonation of 200 lbs of TNT. At such energies, scientists can recreate the conditions that existed just after the Big Bang, and help to answer questions about how the universe came to…

Large Hadron Collider ready to restart

The calorimeter of the Large Hadron Collider, where particle collisions are measured: just a small part of the 17-mile tunnel. The LHC accelerates a tiny amount of matter -- a billionth of a gram, less than a speck of dust -- to such speeds that something hit by the beam receives an energy equivalent to the detonation of 200 lbs of TNT. At such energies, scientists can recreate the conditions that existed just after the Big Bang, and help to answer questions about how the universe came to…

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