First: I just want to make a quick note here that the world did not end after this week’s Super Blood Wolf Moon. I gave it a few days just to be sure. It is what it is. But you know what else hasn’t blown up Earth? CERN’s Large Hadron Collider.
I don’t even know what to make of this one. It’s much better to read the press release for a full explanation. But, suffice it to say, scientists over at CERN have performed measurements once again confirming that protons and antiprotons share the same magnetic moment (or g-factor). At least, so far, it seems that …
The physicists at CERN may claim they’re simply researching the hidden secrets of our universe, but some believe their goals are far more nefarious. Here are just five of the strange allegations CERN and its Large Hadron Collider have faced over the years. What are they really up to?
Stephen Hawking’s second Reith Lecture, given this week on BBC Radio 4, contained quite a few interesting comments, not the least of which was the possibility that we could harness a black hole to power the entire planet.
We’re swiftly approaching the end of September, and if you’ve been paying attention to any, let’s say, alternative news sources, you probably know what that means: the end date of the latest doomsday prophecy is at hand.
Scientists working with data from CERN’s Large Hadron Collider have discovered a possible anomaly that may overturn our Standard Model of particle physics. The scientists, comprised of a team at the University of Maryland, studied data collected during the LHC’s initial run back in 2011-2012.
The mad scientists over at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider announced today the discovery of a brand new particle: the pentaquark.