Alicia Hunsicker - Art through the eyes of Science. The Past, Future, and Particle Colliders

Alicia Hunsicker Particle collider detectors are the eyes scientists use to visualize the smallest building blocks of nature.

Large Hadron Collider - World's Largest and Highest-energy Particle Accelerator

World's Biggest Machines - biggest machines, largest machines

Large Hadron Collider - World's Largest and Highest-energy Particle Accelerator this is the product of science. This machine and the intellect of all those associated with it, reveal more about our reality than any religious dogma.

What are the chances that a particle collider's strangelets will destroy the Earth?

Scientists at Brookhaven Lab have begun detecting head-on collisions between gold nuclei in the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC), the world's newest and biggest particle accelerator for studies in nuclear physics.

Particle collision | Large Hadron Collider

Physics-Astronomy: CERN has detected extremely rare particle decay for the first time // particles always decay

Looking like something from the set of Transformers, the Canadian TIGRESS detector photographs the gamma rays coming from exotic isotopes of different elements as they interact and decay.

The Art of Physics: Winning Photos of Giant Particle Colliders

Looking like something from the set of Transformers, the Canadian TIGRESS detector photographs the gamma rays coming from exotic isotopes of different elements as they interact and decay.

Large Hadron Collider in the CERN Center, Geneve - http://inlinethumb62.webshots.com/37821/2516492330098829966S600x600Q85.jpg

Large Hadron Collider in the CERN Center, Geneva, Switzerland and France. It straddles the border of those two countries. It is the largest scientific project of mankind.

The 7 Most Important Scientific Breakthroughs of 2017 -  The pace of technological change is accelerating  and every new year seems to bring a more incredible list of scientific breakthroughs than the last.  This time 2017 is no exception and the year was filled with game-changing innovations that are on the cutting edge of science. These breakthroughs will surely alter how we think of the world and they will likely also translate into future unknown technologies that will affect how our…

Massive advancements in gene editing, space travel, and quantum theory highlight the list of the top scientific breakthroughs of

Electromagnetic particle shower where particle tracks (moving from bottom to top) show multiple electron-positron pairs created from the energy of a high-energy gamma ray photon produced by a neutrino collision

Images of Big Bang experiments inside particle accelerators at CERN

Meet the only detectable traces of the most exotic particles in the universe currently known to science - courtesy of CERN, Hadron collider the 16 mile-long ring that is the world's largest particle accelerator, located in Geneva, Switzerland

The surreal scenes of Asheville artist Morgan Santander are sometimes impossible to place, but many of them begin life as collages of archival art and photographs.

The surreal scenes of Asheville artist Morgan Santander are sometimes impossible to place, but many of them begin life as collages of archival art and photographs.

"Witches' Sabbath" by Morgan Santander reflects the artist's love of Renaissance and Baroque obscurities.

"Witches' Sabbath" by Morgan Santander reflects the artist's love of Renaissance and Baroque obscurities.

Morgan Santander attributes his love of unsettling imagery to his father, a Mexican playwright and actor with well-developed artistic tastes.

Morgan Santander attributes his love of unsettling imagery to his father, a Mexican playwright and actor with well-developed artistic tastes.

Asheville's Morgan Santander bases his paintings off of collages that he makes using obscure images from old library books.

Asheville's Morgan Santander bases his paintings off of collages that he makes using obscure images from old library books.

First Collision In Most Powerful Particle Collider Ever | IFLScience

CERN announced that the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) successfully tested particle collisions at the highest energy level possible after its updates, 13 TeV

07 Oct ‘17:  Exposed - Global Particle Collider Network Under Our FEET! Must Watch - YouTube - Quinn Michaels - 8:14

Exposed - Global Particle Collider Network Under Our FEET!

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