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Seth Zenz | Imperial College London | UK

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Walking Across the LHC

About a month ago, I walked back to Saint-Genis-Pouilly, France from the CMS experiment site after my last meeting of the day, which basically amounts to walking the width of the LHC ring: about 6 miles. Here are a few pictures from the walk:

More pictures, and commentary, on Google+…

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2 Responses to “Walking Across the LHC”

  1. Stephen Crowley says:

    Maybe associated with these pictures would be a helpful link to research articles describing the (quantum mechanical) theory of how electromagnetic spectrum of particles emitted from the viewers “display device” or “terminal” projects these “images” onto the photo-receptors of human eyes and possible genetic variation of the receiver.

  2. EDBM says:

    Recommended reading: QED – The Strange Theory of Light And Matter by Dick Feynman.

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