Author Archives: Jon Butterworth

About Jon Butterworth

UCL Physics prof, works on LHC, writes (books, Cosmic Shambles and elsewhere). Citizen of England, UK, Europe & Nowhere, apparently.

Muon g-2

Obviously the big thing this week is the new measurement of the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon, at Fermilab. I’ve written about this experiment a few times before, see these articles. I haven’t had time to write anything about … Continue reading

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A growing anomaly

The LHCb experiment at the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) today released an update of a measurement that many of us physicists have been keeping a close eye on for quite some time. At the Cosmic Shambles Network

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War Poetry

The marching band came down along Main StreetThe soldier blues fell in behind O it was sad enough, weak enough, mad enough,Light in their loving as soldiers can be.First to risk choosing them, leave alone losing themNow, in far battle, … Continue reading

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Leptons Four the Win

This was a labour of love… (arXiv)

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