pretty cool to watch the web cams from inside the collider
On Saturday evening 9-Nov, at around 8 p.m., after passing through the LHCb detector, for the first time since last year's incident, protons arrived at the doorstep of the CMS experiment, thus completing half the journey around the LHC's circumference.
Low energy protons from the LHC were dumped in a collimator just upstream of the CMS cavern. The calorimeters and the muon chambers of the experiment saw the tracks left by particles coming from the dumping point (a so-called 'splash event', see image). During the weekend, bunches of protons were also sent in the clockwise direction passing through the ALICE detector and were dumped at point 3.
The way the Higgs field works has been likened to the way photographers and reporters congregate around a celebrity. The cluster of people are strongly attracted to the celebrity and create resistance to his or her movement across a room. In other words, they give the celebrity "mass".
After reading their attempt to explain it, it makes me wonder how Lindsey Lohan losing her purse affects theories in physics.
I predict they will NOT find the Higgs Boson because it doesn't exist. I have no evidence to support my prediction, but I'm sticking with it.
You're cool, Boss, don't worry about it . . . i consulted the runes, the martian fossilized blood vessels and the local Holy Roller, and your prediction is a lead pipe cinch.
Have you started your blog yet? That will give out a place to link here to support your arguments.