QuoteWe saw minsk in 5th Avenue last year.Back to USSR? :DBTW Google has this weird description of the Belarus' capital city Minsk.

Simulated black hole experiment backs Hawking prediction

it seems to be saying they're going to make a black hole in the lab

let's hope it doesn't go wrong and destroy the Earth

it seems to be saying they're going to make a black hole in the lab

let's hope it doesn't go wrong and destroy the Earth

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Only simulated people on a simulated earth need simulate concern.Simulated black hole experiment backs Hawking prediction

it seems to be saying they're going to make a black hole in the lab

let's hope it doesn't go wrong and destroy the Earth

I would say no reason to loose out on any beauty sleep due to black hole (simulated) dreams!Only simulated people on a simulated earth need simulate concern.Simulated black hole experiment backs Hawking prediction

it seems to be saying they're going to make a black hole in the lab

let's hope it doesn't go wrong and destroy the Earth

"A black hole often represents depression and stress and anxiety. It is important at this time to consider your own mental health. The true meaning of this dream is that you need to rest over the next two months. Any dream displaying a black hole is a signal that you need time to recuperate and regenerate. "

Black hole dream

For fans (and critics) of the LHC - an interesting conference coming up in July:

If this appears sideways, just click and it will right itself.

Not sure if there will be conference proceedings later on, but will post again if so.

If this appears sideways, just click and it will right itself.

Not sure if there will be conference proceedings later on, but will post again if so.

Just a mathematical coincident between the proton mass and the proton radius (possible proton radius) or something more to it?

\(r_p=\frac{\hbar}{2m_Pc}\sqrt{\frac{1}{2\alpha-\alpha^2}}\approx 0.872015\times 10^{-15} \mbox{ m}\)

or even simpler from the reduced Compton of the proton

\(r_p=\frac{\bar{\lambda}_P}{2}\sqrt{\frac{1}{2\alpha-\alpha^2}}\approx 0.872015\times 10^{-15} \mbox{ m}\)

where \(m_P\) is the proton mass (CODATA), \(\alpha\) fine structure, and \(\hbar\) is the reduced Planck constant. And a particle with reduced Compton equal to half the proton radius if travel at speed \(c(1-\alpha)\) will have relativistic mass equal to the proton mass, that is how I found equation above. That would be rather fun, a particle traveling (rotating?) with speed \(c(1-\alpha)\) and relativistic mass equal to the proton mass, surrounded by a particle (electron) traveling with speed \(c\alpha \). And naturally \(c(1-\alpha)+c\alpha=c\), conservation of velocity particle pair.

or just some correlation versus causality?

\(r_p=\frac{\hbar}{2m_Pc}\sqrt{\frac{1}{2\alpha-\alpha^2}}\approx 0.872015\times 10^{-15} \mbox{ m}\)

or even simpler from the reduced Compton of the proton

\(r_p=\frac{\bar{\lambda}_P}{2}\sqrt{\frac{1}{2\alpha-\alpha^2}}\approx 0.872015\times 10^{-15} \mbox{ m}\)

where \(m_P\) is the proton mass (CODATA), \(\alpha\) fine structure, and \(\hbar\) is the reduced Planck constant. And a particle with reduced Compton equal to half the proton radius if travel at speed \(c(1-\alpha)\) will have relativistic mass equal to the proton mass, that is how I found equation above. That would be rather fun, a particle traveling (rotating?) with speed \(c(1-\alpha)\) and relativistic mass equal to the proton mass, surrounded by a particle (electron) traveling with speed \(c\alpha \). And naturally \(c(1-\alpha)+c\alpha=c\), conservation of velocity particle pair.

or just some correlation versus causality?

- Traden4Alpha
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Or it's teenage gods pranking the humans in the universe/antfarm.Just a mathematical coincident between the proton mass and the proton radius (possible proton radius) or something more to it?

\(r_p=\frac{\hbar}{2m_Pc}\sqrt{\frac{1}{2\alpha-\alpha^2}}\approx 0.872015\times 10^{-15} \mbox{ m}\)

or even simpler from the reduced Compton of the proton

\(r_p=\frac{\bar{\lambda}_P}{2}\sqrt{\frac{1}{2\alpha-\alpha^2}}\approx 0.872015\times 10^{-15} \mbox{ m}\)

where \(m_P\) is the proton mass (CODATA), \(\alpha\) fine structure, and \(\hbar\) is the reduced Planck constant. And a particle with reduced Compton equal to half the proton radius if travel at speed \(c(1-\alpha)\) will have relativistic mass equal to the proton mass, that is how I found equation above. That would be rather fun, a particle traveling (rotating?) with speed \(c(1-\alpha)\) and relativistic mass equal to the proton mass, surrounded by a particle (electron) traveling with speed \(c\alpha \). And naturally \(c(1-\alpha)+c\alpha=c\), conservation of velocity particle pair.

or just some correlation versus causality?

A Major Physics Experiment Just Detected A Particle That Shouldn't Exist

since the model can't be wrong, clearly the particle doesn't exist

since the model can't be wrong, clearly the particle doesn't exist

Scientists observe decay of Higgs boson particle into two bottom quarks

August 28 2018

http://cms.cern/higgs-observed-decaying ... -submitted

August 28 2018

http://cms.cern/higgs-observed-decaying ... -submitted

They are looking to replace the Large Hardon Collider with a FuCC?

from earlier in the thread

As they always do.LOL. Will there be the day when any scientist says: "Well that's it chaps, we have discovered everything there is know, time to get a proper job. Can the last one out turn-off the lights?"my guess that they'll say they're tantalizingly close to finding it, but they just need a bigger machine.

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