Scientists today carried out a "heart transplant" on the Large Hadron Collider - world's largest and most powerful particle accelerator - by replacing a key component inside one of its experiments. The new pixel detector was installed in a complex and ... Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
STRANGE columns of light seen hanging above a city skyline could be a sign something awful is about to be started by the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), a conspiracy theorist has warned. By Jon Austin PUBLISHED: 15:34, Mon, Feb 6, 2017 | UPDATED: 15:49, Mon, Feb ...Express UK, 1 month ago
The LHC’s strong magnetic field could be enough to draw an asteroid to Earth, putting life as we know it at risk, according to the start warning. The powerful atom smasher in Geneva has caused much worry for conspiracy theorists, with claims including ...Express UK, 1 month ago
Scientists using the world's largest and most powerful particle accelerator have discovered a new system of five particles all in a single analysis. The exceptionality of this discovery is that observing five new states all at once is a rather unique event, ...Business Standard, 3 days ago
'Ignorance isn't a problem when it's a question of common citizens having forgotten (or never learnt) middle school science.''It becomes a problem when it's displayed by policymakers and people of some influence,' says Devangshu Datta.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com The USA hosts the greatest scientific establishment in the world. It also has a president who says, 'You know what uranium is, right? It's a thing called nuclear weapons. And other things.' That self-same president also ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
The problem with most educational video games is that fun takes a back seat to education. Games such as Math Blaster and Number Munchers are little more than glorified quizzes, and it’s no wonder kids would rather play Candy Crush or Angry Birds, says Lauri ...The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago
Dark matter is believed to be five times more prevalent in the universe than ordinary matter. But it interacts so weakly with other matter - like the protons and electrons that make up the stuff around us - that, to date, it has defied our attempts to detect ...catchnews.com, 2 months ago
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