By Andre Sterenberg Frankenthal and Amara McCune This is the final post of a three-part series on the Muon g-2
This is post #2 of a three-part series on the Muon g-2 experiment. Check out Amara McCune’s post on the
This is post #1 of a three-part series on the Muon g-2 experiment. April 7th is an eagerly anticipated day.
In Part I of the series we saw how dark matter could cause mass extinction by inducing biosphere-wide cancer, stirring
Article Title: "FASER: ForwArd Search ExpeRiment at the LHC" Authors: The FASER Collaboration Reference: https://arxiv.org/abs/1901.04468 When the LHC starts up
We might not have gotten here without dark matter. It was the gravitational pull of dark matter, which makes up
Generic searches in proton collisions: Because (theoretical) imagination shouldn't be the limit.
How would you describe dark matter in one word? Mysterious? Ubiquitous? Massive? Theorists often try to settle the question in
Title: “A Strong No-Go Theorem on Wigner’s Friend Paradox.” Author: Kok-Wei Bong et al. Reference: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1907.05607.pdf There’s one thing nearly
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