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Following recent announcements in the press one might be led to believe it's Fermilab trying to stall physics at Cern. Or have I been reading too many conspiracy theories.
Don't know much about the strength of the electo/magnetic fields that faulty devices can generate or how far there range can be. I know the LHC is a very sensitive machine. There are homes above the LHC Tunnel, could the hump be cause by a faulty/noisy domestic appliance that is switched on 24/7 suc...
- Mon Mar 29, 2010 9:41 am
- Forum: Controversial topics
- Topic: Mental illness
- Replies: 180
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There is a positive effect to the "End of the World" fear-mongers and that is that it triggers many experts to come out of hiding and explain in intricate detail why the end of the world is not going to be caused by the scare. There is much knowledge that is diverged in this way that otherwise would...
- Sat Mar 27, 2010 8:41 am
- Forum: The Accelerator
- Topic: Interesting development - short circuit in SPS
- Replies: 16
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Yup and I can remember people saying "It'll never catch on" and "Who'll ever use Email"
Hi everyone, just joined out of interest in Cern and its research projects. Not studied Physics since 60's so don't know that I'll be contributing much. I've been working commercially in IT for decades and my forte is probably databases. I have my own personal collider, he's a Deerhound named Ben wh...