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Regina Caputo | USLHC | USA

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Thanks for the memories

Hi blog-enthusiasts,

So much has happened with the LHC over the past year or so since I started blogging. We’ve recorded splash events, first collisions, stable running and accelerated beams, and now machine operations are going full steam ahead at record breaking energies. Although I’ve enjoyed sharing my thoughts and updates, all good things must come to an end.

Thanks to all my readers who’ve kept up on my posts. I know they’ve been sparse over the past month but I’ve realized that I can’t really do justice to the LHC blog and do the rest of my work. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading what I’ve had to say and best of luck to the rest of the bloggers!

Regina

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3 Responses to “Thanks for the memories”

  1. Harbles says:

    I have enjoyed following your posts here, great insight into the mysterious world of high energy particle physics.
    Best wishes on whatever future endeavours you pursue.
    Start a blog or something.
    Peace.

  2. Flip Tanedo says:

    Best wishes, Regina! We’ll miss you.

  3. mark says:

    Best wishes as well from me, your posts have always been excellent and made me smile on numerous occasions. You will be missed by many I think :)

    Regards
    Mark

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