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A Higgs Setback: Did Stephen Hawking Just Win the Most Outrageous Bet in Physics History? | Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network

A Higgs Setback: Did Stephen Hawking Just Win the Most Outrageous Bet in Physics History? | Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network | Particle Physics | Scoop.it
No Higgs boson! Is mass a myth?http://t.co/KQElLg8...
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Physicists build first single-photon router

Physicists build first single-photon router | Particle Physics | Scoop.it
(PhysOrg.com) -- By demonstrating that an artificial atom embedded in a transmission line can route a single photon from an input port to one of two output ports, physicists have built the first router working at the single-photon level.
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Higgs boson range narrows at LHC - BBC News

Higgs boson range narrows at LHC - BBC News | Particle Physics | Scoop.it

Higgs boson range narrows at LHC. BBC News. It remains the only major particle in the Standard Model yet to be observed, and its discovery or elimination is one of the LHC's chief objectives.

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Hunt for the Higgs enters endgame - physicsworld.com

Hunt for the Higgs enters endgame - physicsworld.com | Particle Physics | Scoop.it
Delegates at the Lepton Photon 2011 conference in Mumbai debate the latest results from CERN's Large Hadron Collider...
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Physicists closing in on the elusive Higgs boson | GazetteNET Q/A

A: The Standard Model is this big picture that's been developed over decades. It says that the smallest objects are quarks and leptons, and it includes the strong, weak and electromagnetic forces. ...
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» Super-Dense Stars May Squash Neutrons Into Cubes

» Super-Dense Stars May Squash Neutrons Into Cubes | Particle Physics | Scoop.it
Deep inside the super-dense hearts of exploding stars, gravity may squash neutron particles from spheres into cubes.
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Further Studies on Neutrinos Could Shift Particle Physics

Further Studies on Neutrinos Could Shift Particle Physics | Particle Physics | Scoop.it
Two different experiments on two totally different continents may hold evidence that particles called ‘neutrinos’ can change shape in an unusual way.
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Has the LHC seen the Higgs Boson at 144 GeV?

Has the LHC seen the Higgs Boson at 144 GeV? | Particle Physics | Scoop.it
Once again rumours are circulating that the Higgs Boson has been seen and now they are more stronger than ever. At the EPS conference it was seen that both ATLAS and CMS have an excess of events p... (Has the LHC seen the Higgs Boson at 144 GeV?
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Hunt for 'God Particle' Higgs Boson Comes Home Courtesy LHC@home - International Business Times

BBC NewsHunt for 'God Particle' Higgs Boson Comes Home Courtesy LHC@homeInternational Business TimesNow you can be a history maker, as CERN initiated a new volunteer project in its search for the elusive "God particle" - the Higgs boson, which allows...
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Why Quantum Physics Ends the Free Will Debate | Dr. Kaku's Universe | Big Think

Why Quantum Physics Ends the Free Will Debate | Dr. Kaku's Universe | Big Think | Particle Physics | Scoop.it

Today, Dr. Kaku addresses a question posed by Joanna Lew: Why does Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle prove that humans have free will?


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Researchers prove existence of antiproton radiation belt around Earth

Researchers prove existence of antiproton radiation belt around Earth | Particle Physics | Scoop.it
Italian researchers using data from the satellite PAMELA have proven that theories showing there ought to be a ring of antiprotons encircling the Earth due to cosmic rays colliding with nuclei in the upper atmosphere are correct.
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LHCb - Large Hadron Collider beauty experiment

LHCb - Large Hadron Collider beauty experiment | Particle Physics | Scoop.it
RT @LHCbExperiment: Important #LHCb results obtained at #LHC at #CERN were presented at the Lepton Photon conference at Mumbai (India), see http://t.co/mJFa5GT...
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World-record pulsed magnetic field achieved; Lab moves closer to 100-tesla mark

World-record pulsed magnetic field achieved; Lab moves closer to 100-tesla mark | Particle Physics | Scoop.it

Researchers have set a new world record for the strongest magnetic field produced by a nondestructive magnet. The scientists achieved a field of 92.5 tesla on Thursday, Aug...

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New neutrino data may explain origins of matter - Daily Californian

New neutrino data may explain origins of matter - Daily Californian | Particle Physics | Scoop.it

New neutrino data may explain origins of matter and could explain why there is more matter than antimatter in the universe.

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Last and hardest leg of God particle hunt - Calcutta Telegraph

Last and hardest leg of God particle hunt - Calcutta Telegraph | Particle Physics | Scoop.it

"It is proving hardest to find where we most hope to see it," said Rolf Heuer, a particle physicist from Germany, and director general of CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear...

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Higgs boson signals fade at Large Hadron Collider

Higgs boson signals fade at Large Hadron Collider | Particle Physics | Scoop.it
Cern scientist says he sees 'no striking evidence of anything that could resemble a discovery' in hunt for Higgs boson...
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Fermilab scientist receives $2.5 million award for innovative accelerator work - Symmetry magazine

Fermilab scientist receives $2.5 million award for innovative accelerator work - Symmetry magazine | Particle Physics | Scoop.it

Fermilab scientist receives $2.5 million award for innovative accelerator work. Symmetry magazine Photo: Fermilab Alex Romanenko, a materials scientist at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.

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BNL hopes to shed light on physics mystery

The search to understand why matter dominates antimatter in the universe will be aided by a new experiment by Brookhaven National Laboratory and two partners in California and China.After eight years (BNL hopes to shed light on physics mystery: The...
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Dark matter may be an illusion caused by the quantum vacuum - PhysOrg.com

Dark matter may be an illusion caused by the quantum vacuum - PhysOrg.com | Particle Physics | Scoop.it
PhysOrg.comDark matter may be an illusion caused by the quantum vacuumPhysOrg.comLike his previous study featured on PhysOrg about a cyclic universe successively dominated by matter and antimatter, Hajdukovic's paper on a dark matter alternative is...
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Simulate proton smashing with updated LHC@home - Ars Technica

Simulate proton smashing with updated LHC@home - Ars Technica | Particle Physics | Scoop.it
Simulate proton smashing with updated LHC@homeArs TechnicaParticle physics may be all about finding the unknown, but to do that we need a really strong grip on the known.
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Fermi Telescope Catches Thunderstorms Hurling Antimatter into Space

Fermi Telescope Catches Thunderstorms Hurling Antimatter into Space | Particle Physics | Scoop.it

From a NASA press release: Scientists using NASA’s Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope have detected beams of antimatter produced above thunderstorms on Earth, a phenomenon never seen before. Scientists think the antimatter particles were formed in a terrestrial gamma-ray flash (TGF),


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100-year-old model of the atom to be celebrated

100-year-old model of the atom to be celebrated | Particle Physics | Scoop.it
PHYSorg Science News Wire : 100-year-old model of the atom to be celebrated -- a press release is provided to you “as is” with little or no review from PhysOrg.com staff. (RT @bravelittlemuon: #HappyBirthday to The Atom!
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