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  • Paolo David Photography
    sparkling with conCERN

    sparkling with conCERN

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    Large Hadron Collider

    Large Hadron Collider

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    Vibration tortures

    Vibration tortures

  • Worldwide Wayman
    Particle Deceleration

    Particle Deceleration

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    Quantum Quiver

    Quantum Quiver

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    Quantum Quiver (Framed Cream & Titled)

    Quantum Quiver (Framed Cream & Titled)

  • MorganFractals
    Quantum Quiver (Framed Cream)

    Quantum Quiver (Framed Cream)

  • habitathoov
    Me, flying over a sand-bar in southwestern Florida

    Me, flying over a sand-bar in southwestern Florida

  • habitathoov
    Powered-Paragliding Montuak, NY

    Powered-Paragliding Montuak, NY

  • MorganFractals
    Quark Framed White 24x18J

    Quark Framed White 24x18J

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    Anti-Quark 18x12J

    Anti-Quark 18x12J

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    Anti-Quark Gold 18x12J aka Sunflower

    Anti-Quark Gold 18x12J aka Sunflower

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    Quark 18x12J

    Quark 18x12J

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    Quark Blue 18x12J

    Quark Blue 18x12J

  • newtownbee
    Photos from the issue dated June 14, 2013

    Photos from the issue dated June 14, 2013

  • newtownbee
    Photos from the issue dated June 14, 2013

    Photos from the issue dated June 14, 2013

  • mjmphotographic
    The downstream end (proton direction) of the CDF detector shortly after completing its two-day journey out of the tunnel.

    The downstream end (proton direction) of the CDF detector shortly after completing its two-day journey out of the tunnel.

  • mjmphotographic
    The arcs are muon detectors and the yellow steel absorbs unwanted particles like electrons thereby improving the signal-to-noise ratio of the chamber.

    The arcs are muon detectors and the yellow steel absorbs unwanted particles like electrons thereby improving the signal-to-noise ratio of the chamber.

  • mjmphotographic
    The void left by the CDF detector in the Tevatron.

    The void left by the CDF detector in the Tevatron.

  • MorganFractals
    Higgs Boson Shines Framed 16x12J Best viewed at original size to better appreciate details. Lapped sphere and diamond pattern used heavily at many sizes. A tribute to the Higgs boson, an elementary particle predicted by thoretical physics decades ago. Higgs was finally found in the tracings of particle collisions at the world?s most powerful accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider at the CERN laboratory near Geneva. Physicists announced the discovery on July 4, 2013.

    Higgs Boson Shines Framed 16x12J

Best viewed at original size to better appreciate details. Lapped sphere and diamond pattern used heavily at many sizes. A tribute to the Higgs boson, an el ...

  • MorganFractals
    Higgs Boson Shines 12x8 J Best viewed at original size to view details. Lapped sphere and diamond pattern used heavily at many sizes. A tribute to the Higgs boson, an elementary particle predicted by thoretical physics decades ago. Higgs was finally found in the tracings of particle collisions at the world?s most powerful accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider at the CERN laboratory near Geneva. Physicists announced the discovery on July 4, 2013.

    Higgs Boson Shines 12x8 J

Best viewed at original size to view details. Lapped sphere and diamond pattern used heavily at many sizes. A tribute to the Higgs boson, an elementary particle pr ...


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  • Black Holes In My Backyard?

    Black Holes In My Backyard?

    by GorillaSushi
    The Hadron collider will be smashing protons moving at 99.999999% of the speed of light into each other to recreate conditions existing a fraction of a second after the big bang. According to some theoretical models, tiny black holes could be produced in collisions at the LHC. They would then very quickly decay into what is known as Hawking radiation (the tinier the black hole, the faster it evaporates) which would be detected by experiments. But any physicist will tell you that there is no way to prove that generated black holes will decay!


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