Monthly Archives: July 2012

  • A cool new way to checkout where “God” was found.

    The Large Hadron Collider is the Apollo program of the 21st Century. The project involves thousands of scientists and engineers from 111 nations and it is perhaps the most complex scientific project undertaken. The world's largest and highest-energy particle accelerator operated by CERN had a simple task - to find God. Well, the God Particle
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  • Could Higgs help us find life elsewhere?

    4th of July 2012, a date which will live in infamy, at least for the physicists amongst us. It was the day when the 'God particle' gained its independence from the realm of the unknown and could no longer be called the god-damn particle! I have been wondering if the discovery of the Higgs Boson could help
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  • Decoding the discovery: Another giant leap for mankind

    I have always wondered what it would have been like to be alive when Einstein proposed his theories of relativity, or when Watson & Crick cracked the structure of DNA or when Armstrong & Aldrin landed on the moon. Well, I experienced it yesterday, when I witnessed history in the making.


  • Higgs Boson: Yes/No/Maybe?

    It is always good to see science covered in the mainstream media. It is equally disheartening to see misinterpretation of scientific results. I am sure you've been hearing a lot about the "discovery" of the Higgs Boson particle, also (unfortunately) coined as the "God particle". If you are not a physicist, you might find difficulty
  • Astrobiology Research Focus Group Applications DUE TODAY!

    Hello! If you are planning on attending the Astrobiology Graduate Student Conference (AbGradCon) in August, please consider applying for the 4th annual Research Focus Group (RFG). The research focus group is an intensive (BUT FUN) three day workshop (August 24-26th) designed to group students from different research backgrounds to come together and