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(Phys Org2)   Cosmic rays may have left indelible imprint on early life, say a fantastic 4 physicists   (phys.org) divider line
    More: Interesting, Electron, cosmic rays, Neutrino, Particle physics, new paper, Nomie Globus lead author of the paper, favor of cosmic rays, Louis Pasteur  
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2020-05-21 5:25:46 PM  
If fundamental particles traveling close to c experience virtually no passage of time, do they contain information that can tell us about what life was like for fundamental particles in the past, or are these particles too fundamental to be broken down into more information?
 
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