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Post Monkey General
Member No.: 13
Joined: 14-September 07
I'm very excited by the news that the Large Hadron Collider
will begin it's first attempt at beam circulation on September 10, 2008.
That leaves us all less than a month before the world is swallowed by the micro-black holes that those foolish Eurpoean scientists intend to create!
In all seriousness, though, this is really exciting news. There are a lot of questions in particle physics that could be answered once this baby begins it's actual colliding
on October 31st.
I'm still reading up on the LHC and it's experiments, so forgive me if this thread seems a little naive, but I'm learning.
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