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Posted By: Scott Wilson Next month, humanity’s most powerful and expensive tool for breaking stuff at the subatomic level, and possibly its best hope for figuring out some of the fundamental building blocks of the universe, will return to operation after a two-year hiatus (a hiatus which was necessary for planned maintenance operations). CERN’s Large […]
Posted By: Jolene Creighton The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is one of the most amazing (and important) pieces of technology ever developed. This is the device responsible for the discovery of the Higgs Boson. If you are unaware, the Higgs boson was the missing piece of the Standard Model. It helps to explain the means […]
Posted By: Jolene Creighton Have a problem understanding dark matter and dark energy? Don’t know why scientists think it’s out there? Hopefully, this guide will give you a good breakdown of the topic. In short, these features are required, in some form or another, to reconcile the geometry of space with the total amount of […]
Posted By: Edis Tireli Researchers at The University of South Carolina, USC, have proposed that a link between string field theory and quantum mechanics does exist. The link assumes that string field theory is a fully consistent definition of the theory and thereby find in its structure that quantum mechanics emerges. What is String Field […]
Posted By: FQtQ Contributor The collaboration for the LHCb experiment at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider announced the discovery of two new particles in the baryon family. The particles, known as the Xi_b‘- and Xi_b*-, were predicted to exist by the quark model but had never been seen before. A related particle, the Xi_b*0, was found […]