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Edgar Carrera | USLHC | USA

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The IEEE month’s question on the LHC

One of our kind readers has sent us the last issue of  “the institute” magazine from the IEEE.  Its month’s question on page 9 has to do with the LHC and it reads:

Do you think the LHC is a worthwhile scientific endeavor? Will it help answer important questions about the nature of our universe?

Of course, my simple answers would be: yes and yes!  However, since  the IEEE is one of the most important (if not the most important) association related to technology and engineering,  it might be worthwhile elaborating on the answer.  Apparently anyone can make a comment to the address indicated in the magazine.

Enjoy!

Edgar Carrera (Boston University)

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