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Tag: Large Hadron Collider

The Search for the God Particle

by on Oct.01, 2008, under Particle Physics

LHC beam steered into the collimator

The world survives the start-up of the biggest ever scientific experiment September saw the start-up of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world’s biggest, most complex and most expensive scientific experiment ever built. Situated beneath the Franco-Swiss border near Geneva, it has been over a decade in construction. The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) […]

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Visitors from the Future due this Year

by on Mar.16, 2008, under Newsflash

The TARDIS

Two Russian mathematicians have caused a stir in the normally staid world of theoretical physics. Irina Aref’eva and Igor Volovich have not only proposed a mechanism for time travel, but they have given it a timetable as well. The pair, from the Steklov Mathematical Institute in Moscow, have been speculating on what might happen when […]

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