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Higgs Boson data captured at CERN’s LHC?

Billions have been spent researching the little fellow, but it seems that scientists (mad, bad and downright boffin-like) may be ready to start discussing the physical characteristics of the Higgs Boson particle. KitGuru picks up a white coat, clipboard and pen to see what’s what down in old Geneva town. …

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Scientists find first indication of Dark Matter at LHC

Scientists at Cern’s Large Hadron Collider has made a breakthrough in discovering the first signs of Dark Matter. The LHC is a 17 mile long circular underground track that is chilled to almost zero degrees Kelvin. It has been recording incredibly violent collisions, the likes of which haven’t been seen …

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