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(BBC)   UK backs US plan to shoot beam of high energy subatomic particles at South Dakota   (bbc.co.uk) divider line 4
    More: Interesting, neutrinos, particles, Antiparticle, South Dakota, Particle Physics, British Universities, Fermilab, nuclear reactions  
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2014-02-16 03:17:42 PM
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jjorsett: Aquapope: Anybody think the Tea Party will go for funding for this?  The supercolliding superconductor in Texas was killed long before the Teabaggers even existed.  And this experiment is suppose to help us understand how the universe was created, which we already know because of this free book I found in a hotel room.  So this is a non-starter.

Being a member of the Tea Party movement and an engineer and an atheist, I say in the nicest possible way: take your infantile trolling to the politics tab where it belongs.


Lol, then you should really no better!

/btw, Bob Jones University Engineering degrees aren't worth much these days.
2014-02-16 12:43:07 PM
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fta "It is as big as the search for the Higgs and will revolutionise our understanding of physics."

It's amazing what you can do with a McDonald's soft serve machine held together with duct tape.

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2014-02-16 10:31:09 PM
1 votes:
I honestly did not read the article. I was just wondering what would they be beaming to South Dakota? What is in SD that would warrant this kind of experiment...

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2014-02-16 02:07:38 PM
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