Large Hadron Collider produced no exotic new stuff, so …
“This is an exciting time for dark matter research, because we’re getting closer and closer.”
Just when it became obvious they were crackpots, Templeton is funding them.
And what does Uri Geller’s nonsense say about string theory in general now that nobody found the Higgs boson?
“The distant frozen world of Eris, once considered to be the largest of the dwarf planets, may actually be the same size as Pluto.”
“The pieces don’t assume a human audience or viewpoint—and they don’t aim to appeal to us, either.”
“It seems that reionisation must have happened quicker than astronomers previously thought.”
“covering all forms of speculative science and speculative fiction”
We’d thought the essential mystery was the exact relations between the four fundamental forces, but now that writer Stuart Clark mentions it, ….
“Some people have argued that it is time to give up since testability is wanting. “
“If it turns out that chaotic inflation is correct, then much of what we observe in nature will be due to the accident of our particular location … “
And why did she think “Knocking at Heaven’s Door” was an okay title for her book? Haven’t people had enough of this cue-schlock-music meaningfulness?
So it will be really interesting to see is whether, in a year or so, some sources are rewriting history to show that they never really thought there was a Higgs boson.
“with a talk entitled: The Quantum Theory of Knots.”
Explains anything you wondered about?