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Old 25-06-2020, 02:25 PM
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Dreams of an even bigger collider than the LHC

An interesting article from Ethan Siegel on a collider to replace the LHC
With the world on economic First Aid due to SARS-COVID 2
should we continue to dream on?
Will we discover any new Physics?
Will countries continue to fund new giant size science projects?

https://www.forbes.com/sites/startsw...0#7961451d4165
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An interesting article from Ethan Siegel on a collider to replace the LHC
With the world on economic First Aid due to SARS-COVID 2
should we continue to dream on?
Will we discover any new Physics?
Will countries continue to fund new giant size science projects?

https://www.forbes.com/sites/startsw...0#7961451d4165
I expect we will see all questions are answered with a yes.
Any project at all is not a waste of money as the main game is to keep money flowing.
Bigger is always good even if you are in the business of small.
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