UT physicist helped in 'God particle' discovery
CERN/Associated Press This image made available by CERN shows a typical candidate event including two high-energy photons whose energy is measured in the CMS electromagnetic calorimeter.
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#1 Jul 5, 2012
What's the big deal here? I find the neighbor's 'dog particles' all over the lawn every morning.
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