Monday Jul 28
First Glimpse of Higgs Bosons at Work Revealed
An extremely rare collision of massive subatomic particles could reveal the nuts and bolts of how the subatomic particles called Higgs bosons impart mass to other particles.
After 84 years, weather watcher Richard G. Hendrickson still right as rain
For 84 years, Richard G. Hendrickson has checked the thermometers twice a day, measured the rain gauge if there was precipitation, checked the snow height in winter and reported the wind and cloud cover at the family's farm in Bridgehampton.
Proton Spin Mystery Gains a New Clue
Protons have a constant spin that is an intrinsic particle property like mass or charge.
LI temperatures haven't hit 90 in one year, weather service says
July 20 -- marks the first anniversary of the last time Long Island MacArthur Airport had a temperature of 90 degrees or above, meteorologists say.
Storms forecast for LI; flash flood advisory in the city
With the United Nations and Tudor City in the foreground, lightning strikes in the sky over the East River as a major storm approaches Manhattan on July 2, 2014.