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CERN Are At It Again


denverbroncos

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The scientists at CERN in Switzerland have apparently seen a rare tau neutrino for only the third time. These subatomic particles have been some of the most elusive to observe for scientists. This finding is critical, as the more we find out about subatomic particles the more we are able to improve our understanding of particle physics and begin to understand our universe. There is a good article summing up the sighting of the tau neutrino here:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/28/tau-neutrino-particle-cern-gran-sasso_n_2970347.html?utm_hp_ref=science

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Hey this is the stuff Leonard researches in the big bang theory! Fyi I am referring to the episode that Sheldon teaches penny physics

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