Thursday, October 31, 2013

Recommended by us: "Fermilab special Halloween edition" :)

Fermilab Today special Halloween edition

For the Halloween occurence the popular scientific website "Fermilab Today" decided to put related links and fake news. Take a look here and have fun :)






An interesting article: "CMS uncovers the elusive pumpkin particle"



The CMS experiment has seen evidence of one of the rarest interactions in particle physics: the pumpkin-flavor phenomenon pictured above. In most cases of the illustrated interaction, two pairs of pumpkin particles are released: a jack-o-lantern with a Cinderella squash and two common round varieties. In even rarer instances, the interacting particles may decay into delicious pies. Image: Grim Pivarski, Scare-ah Witman
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