Monday, April 6, 2009
Scientists search for new knowledge. They want to find out how things work—from inside cells to the edge of the universe.
So they’re disappointed when they don’t find what they expected or nothing at all, when nature throws them a curve when they expected a fastball.
Steven Weinberg, the Nobel Prize physicist at The University of Texas at Austin, hopes that the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) strikes out.
Basically, he said, what’s the fun in finding what you’re looking for? It’s
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