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Large Hadron Collider 15:28 - Oct 14 with 1736 viewsBLUEBEAT

N to the T

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Large Hadron Collider on 16:14 - Oct 14 with 1265 viewsRadioOrwell

Honestly don't know what n to the t means.

help?
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Large Hadron Collider on 16:25 - Oct 14 with 1243 viewscatch74

Large Hadron Collider on 16:14 - Oct 14 by RadioOrwell

Honestly don't know what n to the t means.

help?


Think bible and then replace new with no and testament with text? At least that’s my take.

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Large Hadron Collider on 16:43 - Oct 14 with 1206 viewsWD19

Large Hadron Collider on 16:14 - Oct 14 by RadioOrwell

Honestly don't know what n to the t means.

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NT = No Text

Which in this case is/was not strictly true.
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Large Hadron Collider on 17:23 - Oct 14 with 1141 viewsEireannach_gorm

Large Hadron Collider on 16:14 - Oct 14 by RadioOrwell

Honestly don't know what n to the t means.

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https://www.convertunits.com/from/newton/to/T
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Large Hadron Collider on 17:46 - Oct 14 with 1103 viewsRadlett_blue

Is there a Small Hadron Collider anywhere?
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Large Hadron Collider on 18:01 - Oct 14 with 1077 viewsThe_Flashing_Smile

What about it?

Trust the process. Trust Phil.

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Large Hadron Collider on 18:37 - Oct 14 with 1046 viewsGeoffSentence

Large Hadron Collider on 17:46 - Oct 14 by Radlett_blue

Is there a Small Hadron Collider anywhere?


There are four other hadron colliders all of which are smaller than the Large Hadron Collider, so ny definition there is a rsmall, quite small, medium and quite big hadron collider as well as the large one.

I am sure that the board's resident particle phycisist can give much more detail

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Large Hadron Collider on 19:26 - Oct 14 with 1003 viewswkj

Large Hadron Collider on 18:37 - Oct 14 by GeoffSentence

There are four other hadron colliders all of which are smaller than the Large Hadron Collider, so ny definition there is a rsmall, quite small, medium and quite big hadron collider as well as the large one.

I am sure that the board's resident particle phycisist can give much more detail


There is a 5th in the works that has a radius of 100km. I'm certain that the people of Geneva are buzzing.


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Large Hadron Collider on 19:53 - Oct 14 with 976 viewsThe_Flashing_Smile

Large Hadron Collider on 18:37 - Oct 14 by GeoffSentence

There are four other hadron colliders all of which are smaller than the Large Hadron Collider, so ny definition there is a rsmall, quite small, medium and quite big hadron collider as well as the large one.

I am sure that the board's resident particle phycisist can give much more detail


Is there a Fun Size Hadron Collider?

Trust the process. Trust Phil.

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Large Hadron Collider on 20:12 - Oct 14 with 958 viewsCrock

Large Hadron Collider on 16:14 - Oct 14 by RadioOrwell

Honestly don't know what n to the t means.

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Nuts to the tits

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Large Hadron Collider on 20:54 - Oct 14 with 915 viewsfactual_blue

Large Hadron Collider on 19:53 - Oct 14 by The_Flashing_Smile

Is there a Fun Size Hadron Collider?


You can get a Massive Hadron Collider at W H Smiths for £1 with any other purchase.

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Large Hadron Collider on 21:17 - Oct 14 with 893 viewsNthsuffolkblue

Large Hadron Collider on 16:14 - Oct 14 by RadioOrwell

Honestly don't know what n to the t means.

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It seems to have generated more replies than if the OP had actually stated something.

Nothing to the text ... means nothing more to say?

So, unless you want to Google the Large Hadron Collider and find out if something notable relating to it has happened really means just "nothing to say".

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Large Hadron Collider on 22:00 - Oct 14 with 850 viewsDarth_Koont

Large Hadron Collider on 19:53 - Oct 14 by The_Flashing_Smile

Is there a Fun Size Hadron Collider?


A hula hoop plugged into the mains.

Depends on your idea of fun though.
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Large Hadron Collider on 23:35 - Oct 14 with 782 viewsMelford

Chris Morris and Simon Cox in conversation.
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Large Hadron Collider on 00:57 - Oct 15 with 745 viewsBasingstokeBlue

Wut?
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Large Hadron Collider on 01:05 - Oct 15 with 711 viewsBasingstokeBlue

Large Hadron Collider on 16:14 - Oct 14 by RadioOrwell

Honestly don't know what n to the t means.

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It’s BlueBeat’s way of saying “I’m too fkn lazy to explain myself. I’ll just leave this post title to see if anyone can figure out how stoned/drunk I am”.

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Large Hadron Collider on 01:50 - Oct 15 with 704 viewsArnoldMoorhen

Large Hadron Collider on 19:26 - Oct 14 by wkj

There is a 5th in the works that has a radius of 100km. I'm certain that the people of Geneva are buzzing.



How much is that going to cost? Because a quick Google says the LHC cost $4.75billion, and the Future Circular Collider is estimated at $23billion.

Any chance the people of the world could have a say on whether the money should be spent on scientific research and project development to clean the plastic from the oceans, or on active carbon sequestration? You know, actual priorities.
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Large Hadron Collider on 04:04 - Oct 15 with 667 viewswkj

Large Hadron Collider on 01:50 - Oct 15 by ArnoldMoorhen

How much is that going to cost? Because a quick Google says the LHC cost $4.75billion, and the Future Circular Collider is estimated at $23billion.

Any chance the people of the world could have a say on whether the money should be spent on scientific research and project development to clean the plastic from the oceans, or on active carbon sequestration? You know, actual priorities.


Usually I would agree, but CERN is quite good at doing important things. If we can harness a new type of power, we can find a new planet to f'kup

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Large Hadron Collider on 08:31 - Oct 15 with 598 viewsBluespeed225

I have an old school mate who worked on the collider! Hes a Doc' of physics at Warwick Uni, or was last I heard. I used to sit next to him in maths, couldn't work out how he was doing the sums set for us so quickly! He went to Chantry....
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Large Hadron Collider on 08:37 - Oct 15 with 594 viewsHerbivore

Large Hadron Collider on 01:50 - Oct 15 by ArnoldMoorhen

How much is that going to cost? Because a quick Google says the LHC cost $4.75billion, and the Future Circular Collider is estimated at $23billion.

Any chance the people of the world could have a say on whether the money should be spent on scientific research and project development to clean the plastic from the oceans, or on active carbon sequestration? You know, actual priorities.


I guess if we're too lazy and selfish to save our planet, working out how to start a new universe might be an alternative solution to us breaking this one?

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Large Hadron Collider on 08:52 - Oct 15 with 578 viewsThe_Flashing_Smile

Large Hadron Collider on 01:50 - Oct 15 by ArnoldMoorhen

How much is that going to cost? Because a quick Google says the LHC cost $4.75billion, and the Future Circular Collider is estimated at $23billion.

Any chance the people of the world could have a say on whether the money should be spent on scientific research and project development to clean the plastic from the oceans, or on active carbon sequestration? You know, actual priorities.


This is scientific research.

Trust the process. Trust Phil.

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Large Hadron Collider on 19:07 - Oct 15 with 486 viewsArnoldMoorhen

Large Hadron Collider on 08:52 - Oct 15 by The_Flashing_Smile

This is scientific research.


Ok, if you are struggling to understand the sentence, I'll rephrase it:

Instead of spending a huge sum of money to conduct scientific research into a very specific area of most interest to theoreticians, could the money be channeled into scientific research into areas of greater need and priority, such as Carbon sequestration or how to clean plastic from the oceans.
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Large Hadron Collider on 19:47 - Oct 15 with 455 viewswkj

Large Hadron Collider on 19:07 - Oct 15 by ArnoldMoorhen

Ok, if you are struggling to understand the sentence, I'll rephrase it:

Instead of spending a huge sum of money to conduct scientific research into a very specific area of most interest to theoreticians, could the money be channeled into scientific research into areas of greater need and priority, such as Carbon sequestration or how to clean plastic from the oceans.


CERN is a research center where many scientific minds go to research their own ideas with facilities reaching beyond their own means. The internet was created there, for example. There is more to CERN than particle physics.

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Large Hadron Collider on 19:52 - Oct 15 with 447 viewsDarth_Koont

Large Hadron Collider on 19:47 - Oct 15 by wkj

CERN is a research center where many scientific minds go to research their own ideas with facilities reaching beyond their own means. The internet was created there, for example. There is more to CERN than particle physics.


Indeed. When you think about the billions we spunk away on dodgy track and test, even dodgier wars and bailing out a failed economic system, this stuff is pure gold.

That’s the great thing about science: you never know what you’re going to get (E.g. The Internet) and even failure is hugely valuable because it confirms almost as much as discovery itself.
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Large Hadron Collider on 19:54 - Oct 15 with 437 viewswkj

Large Hadron Collider on 19:52 - Oct 15 by Darth_Koont

Indeed. When you think about the billions we spunk away on dodgy track and test, even dodgier wars and bailing out a failed economic system, this stuff is pure gold.

That’s the great thing about science: you never know what you’re going to get (E.g. The Internet) and even failure is hugely valuable because it confirms almost as much as discovery itself.


That is the thing really - The experiments at CERN are all a waste of money, until they aren't.

Any agreed upon hypothesis is useful, until is isn't any more.

But for every failed hypothesis and experiment, we get one step closer to a solution in most cases.

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