LHC Collides at 7 TeV


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What the title says...
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when can we expect to see a higgs(in terms of energy ranges)?
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30 minutes and no black hole yet? I feel cheated.

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LHC Collides at 7 TeV


http://op-webtools.web.cern.ch/op-we...s.php?usr=LHC1
http://webcast.cern.ch/lhcfirstphysics/
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It's been really exciting, though the webcast was crappy
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Quote Quote by Borek View Post
30 minutes and no black hole yet? I feel cheated.
"And boom goes the dynamite"


All kidding aside, this is fantastic! This is even on the front page of CNN... particle physics as popular culture. We live in a strange and wonderful age, even if it can be a pain in the ***. Go LHC!

EDIT: Heh, they're having a bit of a drink in the CMS control room. I see a lot of smiles, so I'd say life is good in Geneva!
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Mar30-10, 08:21 AM
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Honestly, those guys and gals at the LHC are drinking in almost every photo I see of them!

I had 50 new text messages from CMS, CERN, ATLAS, ALICE, LHCb, LHCf, and USLHC all talking about the new energies. I need to unsubscribe from a couple of those!
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0MG!1 Is the LHC on for realz!?
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30 minutes and no black hole yet? I feel cheated.
Live Coverage: Has the LHC destroyed the earth yet?

http://www.hasthelhcdestroyedtheearth.com/

Regards, Hans.
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Press conference about to start:

http://webcast.cern.ch/lhcfirstphysics/

Regards, Hans
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Quote Quote by Hans de Vries View Post
Live Coverage: Has the LHC destroyed the earth yet?

http://www.hasthelhcdestroyedtheearth.com/
Thanks, I forgot about the site but just looking makes me really feel better
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Quote Quote by Hans de Vries View Post
Live Coverage: Has the LHC destroyed the earth yet?

http://www.hasthelhcdestroyedtheearth.com/

Regards, Hans.
That was great.
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That was great.
It might ruin the aesthetic, but I can't help but think that site could turn a profit with some advertising all around the "NO", if you published the link in the right places. Tell people to check often!
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:D

no Angels or Demons yet?

:P
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Quote Quote by Frame Dragger View Post
site could turn a profit with some advertising
Tin foil hats?

Actually site has quite a lot of traffic (see alexa.com) - I am surprised.
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Quote Quote by Borek View Post
Tin foil hats?

Actually site has quite a lot of traffic (see alexa.com) - I am surprised.
Oh yes, we could do a BRISK business in tin foil! Hell, trust us, it's PF BRAND foil! For the lazy paranoid we could have pre-made caps, or for the deluded soul who still wants to be fashionable, tinfoil lining tastefully tucked away in a 10-gallaon cowboy hat.

As for the traffic... I wish I could say I'm surprised, but I spend too much time with people to even hope anymore.
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Long, but very good legal brief by UT law professor up on arxiv:

[THE BLACK HOLE CASE: THE INJUNCTION AGAINST THE END OF THE WORLD
http://arxiv.org/pdf/0912.5480

There have been some reputable scientists along the way claiming the case against LHC black holes was not full proof; their story and the story of the LHC responders is discussed, followed by in interesting discussion of how the legal system might approach the argument and assess risk.
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Quote Quote by mheslep View Post
Long, but very good legal brief by UT law professor up on arxiv:

[THE BLACK HOLE CASE: THE INJUNCTION AGAINST THE END OF THE WORLD
http://arxiv.org/pdf/0912.5480

There have been some reputable scientists along the way claiming the case against LHC black holes was not full proof; their story and the story of the LHC responders is discussed, followed by in interesting discussion of how the legal system might approach the argument and assess risk.
I have good friend who is an electrical engineer-turned-lawyer (ghastly, I know, lovely guy though) who is going to eat this up with a spoon. Hell, I'm liking it myself. Thanks mheslep!


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