Wpisy oznaczone tagiem "Large" (40)  

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Big Data has become a new buzz word in the IT industry. Everyone is talking about it and repeatedly using it to impress others, even if they themselves don’t really know what it means. Big Data is often used out of context and more as a marketing gimmick. This article aims to explain what Big … Continue reading A Simple Explanation Of What Big Data Is www.computer-product-equipment.biz/a-simple-expl…
 

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With its successful test run at the end of 2009, the Large Hadron Collider near Geneva, Switzerland, seized the world record for the highest-energy particle collisions created by mankind. We can now reflect on the next questions: What will it discover, and why should we care?

Link: www.physorg.com/news182111435.html

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The Large Hadron Collider is back on-line, our chances of being surprised in 2010 are greatly enhanced. The Higgs Boson is still high on the watchlist, but there are other exotic particles that could steal the spotlight.

Link: www.timesonline.co.uk/(…)article6972839.ece…

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The search for the meaning of the universe may lead to inventions whose purpose is often ambiguous. I was asked recently what the Large Hadron Collider, the giant particle accelerator outside Geneva, is good for.

Link: www.nytimes.com/2009/12/29/science/29essa.html

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Light and matter have long been seen as separate: spirit vs. flesh, earthy vs. divine. However, according to Wilczek, physics has blurred the line between light and matter, showing that reality is far from permanent, but rather ever-changing.

Link: fora.tv/(…)Frank_Wilczek_The_LHC_and_Unified_Field_…

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A massive ancient moon that has since disappeared may be the reason Uranus now lies on its side. Insert your Uranus joke now.

Link: www.newscientist.com/(…)dn18239-large-moon-of-uranu…

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CERN announced early Monday that the Large Hadron Collider has become the world’s highest-energy particle accelerator. The LHC pushed protons to 1.18 TeV (trillion electron volts), surpassing the previous record of 0.98 TeV held by Fermilab’s Tevatron.

Link: www.wired.com/(…)lhc-sets-new-world-record…

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After a series of complications and setbacks, the Large Hadron Collider sees its first particle-particle collisions after a weekend of furious activity. While these weren't at any significant energy, the milestone marks an important step in getting the mammoth machine up and running and filling in the last space on the particle bingo card.

Link: arstechnica.com/(…)large-hadron-collider-starts-up-…

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