Discussion in 'Physics' started by nsaspook, Apr 23, 2016.
Pop goes the weasel.
I had caught the fur story earlier.
And that second story proves the rap music is destructive.
Are they going to collide two squirrels together at light speed. We're doomed I say, doomed!
I heard it was a weasel.
"Burnt remains of a furry animal were found near gnawed cable, but scientists haven’t finished analyzing the remnants yet."
I couldn't figure out what "fouine" is in that second article in post #2. I did a google search.......and came up with a french rap singer.
So, is fouine,...... animal, vegetable or mineral?
So, Pop goes the weasel?
That's what happens when you gnaw on an 8,000 volt transformer.
And here I thought it was some kind of chemical spill.
66 kilovolts, actually... I wonder if there's a weasel heaven out there...
Thanks to LHC we know 1000 (+) quantum particles.
The last discovered quantum particle was “God – particle”.
Why from 1000 (+) particles only the “God – particle” received Nobel Prize . . .
The energy of LHC can be higher and then can be possible to discover
some kind of a new particles . . . “Zeus-particle”, “Brahma –particle” . . . . .
. . . and they also would like to have Nobel Prize.
Today some famous physicists think that “string particle”
can be a primary particle of nature and “string theory” can offer a
new description of nature. But to observe “string-particle”
would require a LHC roughly the size of the solar system.
Obviously that such solar- LHC cannot be created today, but . . . .
. . . but in the future . . . . in future . . . vivat solar-LHC.
I suspect your numbers are a bit over the top.
That and a lot of the particles are components of larger particles.
Particle tracks. Set the Visualization control to auto rotate for a cool display.
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Not scientific joke.
A young boy was asked what he wants.
The boy answered: I want the Moon as big as the Sun,
then I will not afraid of darkness.
Scientific no- joke.
A young scientist was asked what he wants.
The young scientist answered: I want a LHC roughly the size
of the solar system then the „ string particle“ will be observed and then
I will exactly know in which dimension I live , in 11-D or in 27-D
or in the middle between them .