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Story | Jul 2, 2014 | 10:23 AMDeep beneath the plains of Illinois, in a man-made cavern filled with racks of scientific equipment, someone has spray-painted a white circle onto the bare rock wall. Stand in front of it and you are standing in the path of the most powerful beam of neutrinos in the world, which is emerging from a nearby particle accelerator at Fermilab, America's main particle-physics laboratory. With any other kind of accelerator, standing in the beam would have spectacular and fatal consequences. But your correspondent was not vapourised--nor, several weeks later, has he developed either cancer or superpowers.
Story | Nov 11, 2013 | 2:30 AM
So far, 2013 has been many things to many people. In China, it's the Year of the Snake, at the United Nations it's the International Year of Water Cooperation and, according to a quick search of the Web, it's also the year of the Chromebook, Red Sox, wide...
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