May 16, 2013

Where Supersymmetry Belongs: In a Coffin

Ethan Siegel, Starts with a Bang!

AP Photo

Over the past 100 years, our picture of the Universe has changed dramatically, on both the largest scales and the smallest.

On the large-scales, we’ve gone from a Newtonian Universe of unknown age populated only by the stars in our own Milky Way to a Universe governed by General Relativity, containing hundreds of billions of galaxies.

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TAGGED: Supersymmetry, Standard Model, Particle Physics


October 19, 2013
Why Is There Something Instead of Nothing?
Natalie Wolchover, Quanta
It felt like the Apollo control room seconds before the moon landing. For the approximately 60 physicists crowded into a conference room at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna, Russia, on June 14, this was the... more ››