Higgs boson cartoon

higgs boson signature discovered - cartoon

Higgs boson cartoon
The Higgs boson is popularly known as the God particle

The large hadron collider at CERN is searching for the Higgs boson, a subatomic particle that is in theory responsible for giving the phenomenon of mass to other particles (and thus to everything in the universe that has mass).

Cartoon showing the discovery of the signature of the Higgs boson, Higgs particle or God particle as it is popularly known in the press.

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The search for the Higgs boson (God particle) – cartoon

search for higgs boson

Cartoon about finding the Higgs boson (or God particle).

The large hadron collider at CERN is searching for the Higgs boson, a subatomic particle that is in theory responsible for giving the phenomenon of mass to other particles (and thus to everything in the universe that has mass).

Cartoon showing the discovery of the Higgs boson, Higgs particle or God particle as it is popularly known in the press.

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Was Einstein wrong? Cartoon – can neutrinos travel faster than light?

Faster than light time travel cartoon

Neutrino cartoon
Faster than light travel cartoon
Time travel cartoon

A cartoon about the announcement that neutrinos may be capable of traveling faster than the speed of light, disproving Einstein’s theory of relativity (which states that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light).
Einstein and the Theory of Relativity have been questioned recently due to the reported observation of neutrinos travelling faster than light – a phenomenon that is impossible under Einstein’s theory – in experiments carried out by the Opera collaboration (short for Oscillation Project with Emulsion (T)racking Apparatus). The experiments have been done several times with similar results

A strip cartoon related to faster than light travel, neutrinos, e=mc squared wrong, e=mc2 wrong, CERN, the Large Hadron Collider, LHC, e=mc squared flawed

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Science Cartoon. Theoretical physics cartoon

String Theory Cartoon. A scientist trying to find the answer to the question - How long is a piece of string?

Science cartoon
String Theory Cartoon

A cartoon showing a theoretical physicist writing equations on a blackboard. He is trying to answer one of the fundamental questions in theoretical physics – How long is a piece of string?

A cartoon about string theory, superstrings, superstring theory, nature of the universe, structure of reality, subatomic physics, nuclear physics, theory of everything.

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Einstein cartoon: theory of relativity wrong?

Einstein cartoon - theory of relativity flawed

A cartoon showing a flaw in Einstein’s Theory of Relativity

Scientists standing on a mathematical model of space-time (or analogy to space-time), with a crack appearing in the model.
Einstein’s Theory of Relativity has recently (2012) been questioned due to the reported observation of neutrinos travelling faster than the speed of light – a phenomenon that is impossible under Einstein’s theory. The observations are probably wrong

The cartoon is related to CERN, the Large Hadron Collider, faster than light travel, neutrinos, e=mc squared
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Large Hadron Collider Cartoon – LHC cartoon

Large Hadron Collider cartoon

Large Hadron Collider cartoon
LHC cartoon

A cartoon about the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN. The collider is being used to try to search for the Higg’s boson or ‘God Particle’.

The cartoon shows a hypothetical gift in the research centre’s gift shop at CERN.
The end of the kaleidoscope resembles the radiating spokes of the LHC, hence the Large Hadron Colliderscope.

A cartoon about subatomic particle physics
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