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CERN/ATLAS | Jets of Particles (HD)

CERN/ATLAS | Jets of Particles (HD)

Neon sign at CERN

Neon sign at CERN

Tohoku Earthquake at J-PARC Main Ring #1. (March 11, 2011) (We had a bad accident the day before yesterday in Japan. Be careful!! May, 2014)

Tohoku Earthquake at J-PARC Main Ring #1. (March 11, 2011) (We had a bad accident the day before yesterday in Japan. Be careful!! May, 2014)

Don't act like you're not impressed. CERN is the place where scientists go to disprove theories I've never believe and to make the world more awesome.

Don't act like you're not impressed. CERN is the place where scientists go to disprove theories I've never believe and to make the world more awesome.

CERN-Forscher fanden neues Teilchen. 04.07.2012 - 10:50    relevant.at

CERN-Forscher fanden neues Teilchen. 04.07.2012 - 10:50 relevant.at

I can't be sure if all of these are legitimate, but even if they're not, somebody somewhere is very god at computer photo editing.

Some Ridiculously Cool Natural Phenomena

I can't be sure if all of these are legitimate, but even if they're not, somebody somewhere is very god at computer photo editing.

ALMA Telescopes. Very Large Array (VLA) of 27 antennas at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory.

ALMA Telescopes. Very Large Array (VLA) of 27 antennas at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory.

The Particle Zoo: Subatomic Particle plushies

The Particle Zoo: Subatomic Particle plushies

Truant particles turn the screw on supersymmetry: Data collected by experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (including its CMS detector, pictured) have provided little support for supersymmetry theory. Absence of evidence is not necessarily evidence of absence. That’s what theoretical physicist John Ellis of King’s College London says of the latest result in the search for supersymmetry, an idea that has captivated particle physicists for 30 years.    enrico sacchetti

Truant particles turn the screw on supersymmetry: Data collected by experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (including its CMS detector, pictured) have provided little support for supersymmetry theory. Absence of evidence is not necessarily evidence of absence. That’s what theoretical physicist John Ellis of King’s College London says of the latest result in the search for supersymmetry, an idea that has captivated particle physicists for 30 years. enrico sacchetti

Engineers and technicians work to carefully align and install the inner detector in the center of ATLAS, on August 23, 2006. (Claudia Marcelloni/© 2012 CERN)

Engineers and technicians work to carefully align and install the inner detector in the center of ATLAS, on August 23, 2006. (Claudia Marcelloni/© 2012 CERN)

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